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HMD M-KOPA X1 leaked photos and specifications14. 11. 2023 Tuesday / By: Robert Denes / Leakage / Exact time: BST / Print this page
The Finnish HMD Global has already published documents on its website about its first phone that already bears the HMD name. HMD Global has already announced that it will launch its own HMD-branded phones, and now the new M-KOPA X1 is the first "Designed by HMD" device without the Nokia logo on Kenya's M-KOPA website.
HMD Global customized the phone for the Kenyan company M-Kopa. A company offering various restriction solutions in the African market, such as phone purchases for consumers who cannot use standard banking services. The product pages highlight the phone's combination of durability, superior design and technology. While the product listing doesn't include detailed details, the images confirm the identity of the Nokia C32.
HMD M-KOPA X1 Specifications:
|Memory||4GB RAM + 3GB Virtual Memory|
|Camera||50MP Rear and 8MP Front Camera|
|System||Android 13 Operating System|
|Security||Side fingerprint sensor + face unlock|
|Display||Stylish Glass Back|
|Display diameter||6.5″ Screen|
Also, the specs cement the device's roots in the C32. The M-KOPA X1 boasts 4 gigabytes of RAM, a 5,000 mAh battery, a 50-megapixel rear camera, and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. Additional features include Android 13, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, facial recognition, a sleek glass back, and a 6.5-inch screen.
This device is sold in Africa and availability is demonstrated in Kenya through various financing options. While HMD Global and M-KOPA have yet to make an official announcement about the phone, it is already in the Kenyan company's lineup. The new M-KOPA X1 smartphone can now be found on M-Kopa's own website. The product pages describe the phone in question as combining durability, premium design and technology. The product listing doesn't say much about the device, but the images confirm that it's the same device as the Nokia C32.
The M-KOPA X1 offers 4 gigabytes of RAM, a 5000 mAh battery, a 50-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The phone also features Android 13, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, facial recognition, a stylish glass back, and a 6.5-inch screen.
The pictures show the new phone only in black. About the same color as the Nokia C32. There are only a few differences. While the Nokia version, for example, has gold details in the logo and cameras, the M-Kopa version does not. The Nokia logo has changed to the M-Kopa logo and the phone has also received a new "Designed by HMD" logo. The phone will only be sold in Africa through various financing solutions. At least now the M-KOPA X1 is available in Kenya. HMD Global or M-Kopa have not yet announced anything about the phone, but it only expands the product range of the Kenyan company.