He asked if they should bring Nokia X6 to other markets.
Notably, this is also the first Nokia phone to feature the Snapdragon 636 chipset, which is coupled with 4GB or 6GB of RAM; the 4GB version comes with either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, while the 6GB model comes with 64GB. "We are still polling this!"
The Nokia X6 has finally launched a couple of days ago and we've got wind of the details.
To increase its competitiveness, the Nokia 1 has received its first price cut, taking it down to Kes.7,999, an arguably more reasonable price.
It is worth a recap on the key specifications of the "all-screen" Nokia X6 in case it does indeed go global and become widely available in the west.
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However, another report by folks at NokiaPowerUser claims that instead of the Nokia X6, HMD Global is preparing to launch the Nokia X5 and Nokia X7 globally. This could still hold true - HMD Global may still launch the X5 and X7 at some point.
HMD Global has notably scheduled a global launch event in Russian Federation on May 29 where it might reveal some details about the next Nokia X series models. With the latest software update, the Nokia 7 Plus gets a step near to be called as a flawless smartphone.
On the specifications front, the Nokia 7 Plus is equipped with a 6-inch FHD (1080×2160, 18:9) IPS display, Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB expandable storage loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo. At the time of the launch it was said to be a China only device, which is a shame as it packs an attractive set of mid-range features.
As far as cameras of the device are concerned, the phone offers a dual-camera setup on the rear which has a primary 16MP sensor, backed up by a 5MP monochrome sensor. On the front, the handset has a 16-megapixel camera sensor with an f/2.0 aperture. The phone also offers support for all major connectivity features and sensors.
Bay Area experts say Kilauea following pattern of lava flows, explosions
However, Kilauea has experienced violent explosive eruptions in the past, Poland said, including several from roughly 1500-1800. In a news conference, scientist Michelle Coombs of the US Geological Survey said the activity could become explosive again.