According to advertisements posted in China, the device is scheduled to launch on 27 April.
Adverts showing upcoming Nokia X have been spotted in China. This is evident from a digital advertisement in the country that teases the "X" logo with two sleek smartphones crossing each other, and the launch date mentioned below.
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Unlike the original, which ran a forked version of AOSP (Android Open Source Project) software, the new generation Nokia X is expected to be powered by pure Android, most probably v8.1 Oreo.
As of now, not much is known about the Nokia X apart from rumours that the phone could come in a choice of 4GB and 6GB of RAM. The report has also claimed that the upcoming device could be a mid-range smartphone targeted for use by professionals and working individuals.
The most interesting thing about this handset is that Back in 2014, when Microsoft purchased Nokia phone division, the company launched many low end models like Nokia X that were not able to attract users.
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