HMD Global, the maker of Nokia phones, has introduced new smartphones the Nokia X20, Nokia X10, Nokia G20, Nokia G10, Nokia C20, and Nokia C10 divided into three distinct lines.
The Nokia X brand has been synonymous with a variety of phones, including multimedia devices, a Microsoft-backed Android phone, an HMD-made Android for China, and now it is all about long-lasting 5G smartphones.
HMD has promised three years of full support, which includes three years of OS and security upgrades, as well as a three-year warranty. As part of HMD’s green campaign, the phones have a 100 percent compostable case.
The new Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 480 5G Mobile Platform powers the Nokia X20 and Nokia X10, delivering series-defying performance and truly global 5G.
They also have a clean AndroidTM One gui and run Android 11.
The flexible imaging options are driven by ZEISS Optics and AI solutions.
All of your content will be presented on a 6.67” Full HD+ punch-hole monitor.
The Nokia X20 and Nokia X10 both come with a 100% compostable case in the box engineered to be tough on the ground but soft on the earth, thereby eliminating waste.
Both phones have 5G networking (dual-SIM), as well as Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX HD/Adaptive, and NFC.
Wired networking requires a USB-C (USB 2.0) port as well as a 3.5 mm headphone jack for an FM radio receiver.
The Nokia X20 will be available in May for €350.
The Nokia X10 will be available a month later, in June, for €310.