Nokia X60 is rumored to feature 200MP main camera and Huawei’s HarmonyOS

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Nokia is rumored to be planning to adopt Huawei’s newly build HarmonyOS, as a replacement to Google’s Android OS. Past reports hint that some major smartphone manufacturers including Xiaomi, Vivo are also in the works to launch HarmonyOS powered phones. However, there is no official confirmation yet. As per a report from IT Home, the upcoming Nokia X60 and X60 Pro could be the company’s first phones to run HarmonyOS.

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Nokia X60 key specifications leaks

The Nokia X60 is said to feature 200-megapixel primary camera. Currently, there is no phone in the market with such a high-resolution camera sensor. The smartphone may have a curved display and s 6,000mAh big battery. 

Currently, there is no word from Nokia regarding the Nokia X60 series launch. Notably, Huawei’s HarmonyOS does not support Google Mobile Services (GMS). So, it’s possible that the HarmonyOS powered Nokia X60 series may be limited to China only. 

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As of now, there is no official confirmation from Huawei or Nokia regarding their partnership. So, it’s better take all the details with a pich of salt. Do you think, switching to HarmonyOS will make a big impact on Nokia phones? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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