HMD Global to bring back Android-powered Nokia X, hints teaser

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Now, it has come to light that HMD Global Oy, the sole licensee of Nokia brand is bringing the nostalgia-inducing Nokia X back.

Since the device launch is so near, more details are expected to hit the Internet soon.

Nokia recently unveiled some marvelous smartphones like Nokia 6 (2018) and Nokia 8 Sirocco at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2018. The ads show two phones crossed to make an X, but not much else can be derived from it as of now.

HMD Global which now owns the license to manufacture and sell Nokia phones is likely to unveil a new device in the coming days. The latest reports suggest the company is looking to launch yet another smartphone - called the Nokia X - on April 27 in China.

The original Nokia X turned out to be a disaster for the company since it did not support the Google Play store. All the new Nokia phones will be showcased there on April 27.

VTechgraphy notes that according to a user on Baidu (a Chinese forum) the Nokia X will apparently launch in both Snapdragon and MediaTek varieties and will be available with 64GB of storage alongside either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.