Nokia 8.1 is expected to be launched on 5 December with prices starting at about Rs 23,999.
After launching several smartphones without a notch, HMD seems to have finally given in to the new trend with the upcoming Nokia X.
The video was shot at a promotional event in Beijing, where the Nokia X was on display.
The report states that it could be a revamp of the older Nokia X series with the Nokia X6 as the first device. Nothing is known for certain at the moment.
HMD confirms 27 April launch date for Nokia X in teaser at Chinese theatres, and thankfully, there doesn't seem to be a notch
It is unclear if the upcoming phone is the Nokia 10, the rumoured flagship or Nokia X, the first Android-powered smartphone with Windows Phone style interface.
According to a press statement by the company, users of Airtel will get 500MB of free 3G data per month for 3 months if they buy the Nokia X smartphone.
Now that the Nokia Android device is out, is the Rs 8599 price tag really worth it? We take a look at the pros and cons of the price range.
We go hands-on with the Nokia X, the company's love child with Google Android.