Nokia X5 will Get a Decent Hardware Platform for a Small Cost

Written by Hassan Abbas

The next novelty of HMD Global is expected to be built on the mid-range chipset MediaTek Helio P60.

Tomorrow, July 11, the company HMD Global will hold a presentation of its new products, among which is expected to be Nokia X5. By this time, we already have high-quality smartphone renderings demonstrating its design in black and blue color variants, and also know almost everything about equipping the device, except for the hardware platform.



According to new data, Nokia X5 can get MediaTek Helio P60, instead of the previously-proposed chipset Helio P23. Given the belonging of the smartphone to the budget class, it’s very good. Recall, Helio P60 – a single-chip system with a performance at the level of Snapdragon 636, and in some cases even superior to its competitor. This is the first chipset of the company, which received a dedicated hardware unit for working with artificial intelligence.

Nokia X5

Nokia X5

Previous rumors indicate that the Nokia X5 will be equipped with a 5.86-inch display with an IPS-matrix and a resolution of 1520 × 720 pixels. The dual module of the main camera will receive a resolution of 13 and 5 megapixels, the front camera will be equipped with an 8-megapixel sensor. The capacity of the battery is 3000 mAh.

Also See: Renders Nokia X5 Showed an Unjustifiably Large Neckline

It is expected that Nokia X5 will be released in the domestic market. Outside of China, the novelty can appear as Nokia 5.1 Plus. According to available information, the device will be valued at $120-150. If this is the case, then the Nokia X5 will be one of the most attractive options for buying an inexpensive smartphone with decent features.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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