In April, HMD Global introduced inexpensive smartphones Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 to the market, and is now going to release a couple more devices from this line.
These are the Nokia X60 and Nokia X60 Pro models. Interestingly, both devices should not get Android out of the box, but Huawei’s proprietary HarmonyOS operating system. At least that’s what the rumors say. Naturally, we are talking about models for the Chinese market. By the way, besides HMD Global, other Chinese companies are also planning to use the new Huawei OS. For example, Coolpad.
In addition to the Huawei operating system, the Nokia X60 and Nokia X60 Pro are also credited with rounded displays and 6000 mAh batteries. In addition, one of the smartphones can still get a camera with a 200 MP sensor.
There is no exact date for the announcement of new products yet, but rumor has it that they will be presented before the end of the year.