HMD GLOBAL has shown off the long-rumoured Nokia X6, a mid-range notch-equipped mobe that'll be a China-exclusive for now.
The Nokia X6 is the first Nokia-branded handset to sport an iPhone X-style display cutout, which sits adopt the handset's 5.8in 19:9 screen to give the handset an almost bezel-less design.
Under the hood, you'll find Qualcomm's middling octa-core Snapdragon 636 processor, coupled with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. There's also a 3,060mAh battery, rechargeable via the handset's USB-C port.
On the back of the X6 you'll find a dual-rear camera setup, comprising of a 16MP main and 5MP monochrome lenses, both of which have f/2.0 apertures. There's a bunch of custom photography-focused software too, including automatic AI image enhancements, HDR mode and, er, Nokia's 'Bothie' mode for using 16MP front and dual rear cameras simultaneously.
Elsewhere, the somewhat uninspiring Nokia 6 features include a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, Face Unlock support, either 32GB of 64GB of inbuilt storage expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB) and a 3.5mm headphone port.
The handset will ship running Google's Oreo OS, and if Nokia's previous Android efforts are anything to go by, it will likely receive a speedy upgrade to Android P.
The Nokia X6 is available to pre-order in China from Wednesday in black, dark blue and silver colour finishes and in three configurations: 4GB/32GB for CNY 1,299 (around £150), 4GB/64GB for CNY 1,499 (£175) and 6GB/64GB for CNY 1,699 (£195).
HMD Global has yet to confirm whether the handset will see a release in the UK. µ
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