Rumors have been hovering for some time that HMD Global is preparing to launch a new device with a notched display. The Nokia X6 is now official and crashes on its Chinese website. His name is an ode to the Symbian phone released by the company in 2009, although it has little in common.

From the outside, the Nokia sees each piece a flagship Android phone from 2018. It has a large (19: 9) 5.8 "display with a sure-to-cleavage neckline, a metal frame and an attractive domed glass back-fingerprint It also has two cameras on the back ̵

1; a 16MP main sensor with autofocus and f / 2.0 aperture, plus a 5MP black and white lens (also f / 2.0), but the internals point to a mid-range device.

The X6 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor with either 4 or 6 GB of RAM. The model comes with either 32 or 64 GB of memory, but the 6 GB option only seems to come in a 64 GB taste. There is also support for microSD Cards up to 256 GB. The display is only FHD + (1080 x 2280 pixels), but it is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Luckily, it includes a headphone jack and a USB-C port to charge the modest 3.060mAh battery ry

[19659003] The Chinese website only mentions Android Oreo, although we can assume that it is an Android One device because HMD has announced all new versions (unless they are Android Go) like Nokia 1). Apparently, the camera has a "powerful AI algorithm" that sounds like any recently launched Android phone. The 16 megapixel front camera allows for face unlocking, another way the phone can keep up with the Jones.

Black, Blue and White are available on the X6, which will be released in China in May 21. Prices start at CNY 1,299 (just over $ 200) and go up to CNY 1,699 ($ ​​266) the top spec model. The naming convention makes sense, as the X6 positions itself as a premium version of the Nokia 6.

According to HMD, there are currently no plans to launch the X6 in other regions, although this could change in the future. Below is a Chinese promotional video with some nice pictures.