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After all, the Nokia X5 will be available July 17

Although HMD Global does not officially announce the date of launch of the Nokia X5, however, some sources point out that the device will be announced on July 17.

As expected, HMD Global will hold the launch of the flagship Nokia X5 on 20th July at 11 in China. However, before launching in just a few hours, the company announced the official Weibo social network that the event was canceled and not confirmed the new launch date of the product. According to HMD Global, the reason behind the incident was related to the location of the conference, and the company apologized to fans through the Weibo social network for the inconvenience they faced.

The cancellation notice was posted by HMD Global on July 11.

Recently, some sources said the Finnish company might have planned to launch the Nokia X5 on July 17. However, HMD Global has not yet issued any confirmation of this information, so it is not yet certain and we still need to wait for the official announcement from Nokia.

Like the Nokia X6, many rumors suggest that the Nokia X5 will be launched in China first, then it will be launched in the international market called Nokia 5.1 Plus. The phone will have a rabbit-like screen design similar to the X6, with a 5.86-inch IPS LCD screen, a 19 – 9 display. MediaTek’s Helio P60 processor, combined with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 64GB of internal memory, supports microSD expansion.

The rendered image of the Nokia X5.

The Nokia X5 is powered by a 3000mAh battery and comes preloaded with Android 8.1 Oreo. About the camera, this phone owns a camera cluster on the back with two sensors 13MP + 5MP, selfie 8MP camera on the front.

Previous reports have revealed that the Nokia X5 will be priced at 799 yuan for the 3GB version and 32GB of internal memory. Meanwhile, the 64GB version of its memory is expected to cost 999 yuan.

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