Yesterday, a new leak surfaced online suggesting that Nokia will be using HarmonyOS on their smartphones. According to the leak, the Nokia X60 series smartphone will be utilizing Huawei’s HarmonyOS. This came as a shocker to many. Today, Nokia has issued a response to this leak.
Nokia has rejected this leak; the Finnish company will not be using Huawei’s HarmonyOS and will stick to their commitment of providing Android OS to their customers “our commitment to providing the best Android experience remains unwavering says Nokia.
For those unaware, the leak suggested that we will see Nokia X60 series soon. The X60 series is said to be the flagship level smartphones of Nokia we will see this year. Reportedly, there will be two smartphones in the series called Nokia X60 and Nokia X60 Pro. The flagship series to expected to hit the market in the second half of the year.
Nokia X60 series leaked specifications
The leaked specifications included a 200MP shooter, curved display, a huge 6000mAH battery and a 5G chipset. With the denial of HarmonyOS, there is still a good a chance we can see the X60 with at least powerful internals. 200MP will the highlighting feature for the next flagships. Previously, we saw leaks of Mi 12 Ultra utilizing a 192MP shooter. This year, Nokia has failed to surprised us.
Nokia is going downhill
Nokia released many new lineups for budget smartphones. They come with Android GO platform and UNISOC processors. If Nokia wants to be relevant, then they should come up with high-end smartphones as well. I believe they are not even doing justice to their number series. The Nokia 6 and 7 used to be great and recommendable devices. However, the company has failed to give value for money. Together with stock Android and decent hardware, it won’t be difficult for Nokia to have a comeback. But that’s only possible if Nokia is willing.
However, the news of HarmonyOS on Nokia was not true. What do you think of HarmonyOS? Will it ever be praised globally? Let us know in the comments section below.