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Nokia X6 Could Remain Exclusive To China

One year ago   |   By Ubergizmo

A couple of days ago, HMD Global officially announced the Nokia X6. The initial launch was made in China which had some wondering about its worldwide availability, but then again given that HMD sometimes announces phones in China before the rest of the world, we suppose it was only a matter of waiting. Unfortunately that might not be the case, according to a report from NPU who claims that based on a tip that they've gotten, the Nokia X6 might remain exclusive to the Chinese market. It goes on to state that HMD could be launching two more X-series smartphones, the Nokia X5 and the Nokia...
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Nokia X6 could be made available outside China

Nokia X6 could be made available outside China

One year ago   |   By Tech Radar

The Nokia X6 was recently announced , packing a high-end design, a notch and a solid assortment of specs, but right now it's only available in China. However, you might soon be able to buy it elsewhere, as HMD Global - the company behind the phone - seems to be at least considering a wider launch. We know this because Juho Sarvikas, the company's CPO, posted a poll on Twitter asking whether the Nokia X6 should be brought to other markets. Unsurprisingly, most people are in favor, with 92% of respondents saying yes at the time of writing, but the mere fact that he asked suggests that HMD...
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New Nokia X6 Expected To Launch Globally

New Nokia X6 Expected To Launch Globally

One year ago   |   By Geeky Gadgets

The new Nokia X6 smartphone was made official earlier this week, the handset is launching in China and now it would appear that HMD Global may launch the handset globally. HMD have posted a poll on Twitter asking people whether or not they should launch the X6 globally, which suggests that this what the company...
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Nokia X6 might be the next smartphone from HMD Global to arrive in India

Nokia X6 might be the next smartphone from HMD Global to arrive in India

One year ago   |   By Tech Radar

There's a good news for Nokia fans. The company might be planning to release the newly launched Nokia X6 in global markets in coming months. For those who don't know, Nokia X6 was recently unveiled exclusively in China, and the smartphone has been gathering some serious attention from fans around the globe. While the company didn't mention about the global availability during the China launch, we are now seeing subtle hints suggesting that they are considering a global launch. Juho Sarvikas, HMD Global's Chief Product officer recently Tweeted a poll asking if the company should bring the...
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