HMD’s teaser campaign heats up as the Nokia Mobile India Twitter account promises the “most awaited phone”. The campaign operates under the #BringItOn hashtag and has been building anticipation for the August 21 event.
The phone initially launched in May as the Nokia X6, a China exclusive, but then went global as the Nokia 6.1 Plus in mid-July. It’s the first notched Nokia, there’s a piece missing from its 5.8” 1080p+ screen (19:9). It’s powered by a Snapdragon 636 chipset and boasts a 16+5MP dual camera on the back and a 16MP selfie camera in the notch.
Yep, and even nothing disruptive in terms of technology, or R&D, just the kind of models that have better profit margin and where they can compete. It is not a technology strategie, but a business strategy instead. And it seems to be working. ...
9 devices... but nothing high-end (even Nokia 8 Sirocco isn't high-end).