Nokia X Latest Concept Images Reveals Futuristic Handset; Specs, Leaks Detailed

Daphne Planca
1:38 PM

After the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 concept recently surfaced a few days ago, a new imaginary smartphone concept design of Nokia X from the Finnish electronics company Nokia and HMD Global just popped up and is considerably different than the other concept designs lately and regular smartphones in the current market. This is a figment of imagination that a third-party source created and is from the Designed By Hege website.

According to Android Headlines, on the said website, the designer called this futuristic smartphone as the Nokia X. The concept design is both seen in images and video. In terms of specification, the Nokia X will feature a metal and glass model with stereo speakers. The logo of the company is placed in the lower-right corner on the front and back side of the device.

The overall design of the Nokia X is very interesting because the front side is mostly white. However, a black piece is included above its display and in the upper-left corners, which is the location of the phone’s sensors. This imaginary phone also sports a fingerprint scanner at the back and a SIM card tray on the left, which is possibly where the phone’s physical keys are located as well.

ZEISS branding is also visible on the Nokia X. The two cameras can be found at the back and aligned horizontally with an LED flash but are not flushed with the back side of the device. Nokia X also comes with a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack.

The designer also showed seven possible color variants of the futuristic handset. HMD Global has no official confirmation or indication that the company is working on the Nokia X. However, an Android phone having the same name was unveiled way back in 2014 and had reached 1 million pre-order in China.

So, what do you think about the latest concept design of Nokia X? Share your thoughts by writing in the comment section below.

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