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

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

HMD Global has lately been on the front foot, having launched several Nokia-branded smartphones in the past couple of years.

As per an advertisement in China, the latest smartphone may be unveiled in China on April 27. It is not known if the device is officially called the Nokia "ex" or the Nokia "ten". However, advertisements have started cropping up in China for a new, unreleased device, which everyone is calling the "Nokia X".

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HMD Global which now owns the license to manufacture and sell Nokia phones is likely to unveil a new device in the coming days. What can be said for sure is that it will be an Android One phone as HMD had announced all future phones Nokia 3 upwards will be part of the Android One program.

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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The original Nokia X turned out to be a disaster for the company since it did not support the Google Play store. We should hear more about the phone in the coming days as we approach the launch.

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