The base model Phab2 has neither Tango nor dual camera but does boast a 6.4" display and 4,050mAh battery.
What's not to like about a sub-$400 Snapdragon 821 phone?
The last phone to be built in-house, the Mercury has been previously confirmed by company CEO.
The device sports a 5-inch HD display. RAM is 3GB, while internal memory is 16GB.
The update has already been pushed out in South Korea and the US.
The leak comes in the form of what looks like a screenshot that focuses on the front of the smartphones.
We see a gold device with a fingerprint scanner on the front and a metal frame.
The update comes with the December security fixes baked in.
The weird problem makes the camera freeze up with pink vertical lines showing up in the photos.
Instead, the upcoming flagship smartphone will pack a single main snapper.
To be priced at around $808 and come with a complimentary B&O headset.
There's, however, no word on exactly when the roll-out would begin.
HMD leadership is promising a return to Nokia's core values for the upcoming devices.
Renders, a release date and some specs were leaked for a toned-down variant of the Honor 6X.
To go on sale starting December 14. Available exclusively on Amazon India.
The device is already Bluetooth certified, and also been spotted on Zauba as well as several benchmarking websites.
The $250 device is specifically designed for children aged between 3 and 8.
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