Nokia X60 series of smartphones will not receive the HarmonyOS operating system

The other day there was a rumor that HMD Global is preparing to release a line of Nokia X60 smartphones with the HarmonyOS operating system on board. As it turned out, this is not the case.

The information was denied by Huawei. A company spokesman told the Chinese edition of the Global Times about this. That is, Nokia smartphones in China will continue to come out with the Android operating system.

Recall, according to the leaks, there will be two models in the Nokia X60 line: the regular and the Pro. The devices are credited with displays with rounded edges and energy-intensive 6000 mAh batteries. In addition, one of the smartphones can get a camera with a 200 MP sensor. By the way, a smartphone with such a sensor is also being prepared by Xiaomi.

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