A user on nokibar forums of Baidu has shared some images of a possible media event held by HMD Global in China where they were asked to build their own Nokia X5's with the specifications of their choice from the pieces given to them.
I am not sure what to call this puzzle or Lego type thing but you will be able to understand what's going on by looking at the images. People were given Nokia X5 like blocks with empty slots in it and they were asked to fill those slots with the cardboard pieces available. All the cardboard pieces had different specifications mentioned on them. This is an interesting part as it could give us a hint at the specifications of the upcoming Nokia X5.
As per the specifications listed on TENAA, we know that Nokia X5 will come with a processor clocked at 2.0 GHz. There are rumors that say Nokia X5 will come with a MediaTek Helio P60 processor. However, we still don't have any concrete info on this. Also, this is hard to believe as the Nokia X5 will sit below the Nokia X6 and Helio P60 is a very powerful chip which can easily outperform the Nokia X6. If you look in the image below, you can also see the Snapdragon 625 on few of the cardboard pieces along with the SD450. Snapdragon 625 is also clocked at 2.0 GHz and this could be the chip used in the Nokia X5. However, this is just our assumption and we will find the truth in a few hours once the device is launched.
|Cardboard Pieces with different Specifications|
Some pieces also have different battery sizes and one of them has a 3000mAh capacity which is the same as mentioned on TENAA. There are several other pieces that have different specs like USB Type C, Micro USB, Camera modules, Fast charging, 5.99" display size and last but not the least is a piece that fits the wider NOTCH with a front camera.
This could be not related to the actual device in reality but there are some features that match the specifications listed on TENAA. Nokia Mobile will launch the Nokia X5 in a few hours and all of our doubts will be cleared once the Nokia X5 is officially launched.
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