HMD Global has unveiled a new line of Nokia phones called X, G, and C series phones. As for the X, it comes in two variants of X20 and X10. The two have the same hardware but the devices differ in terms of camera features.
The X series come with 6.7 inches full HD+ 2400 x 1080p punch-hole display. The brightness is up to 450 nits, with flicker-free dimming, 20:9 aspect ratio. The phones are powered by the Android 11 operating system, Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 CPU with 5G modem.
It is also equipped with 4GB/6GB/8GB RAM, while the storage is 128GB that is expandable up to 512GB. The battery is 4470 mAh.
The X20 has a quad-camera module with ZEISS optics. The main camera is a strong 64 MP with Auto Focus, while the 5 MP lens is equipped with Fixed Focus ultra-wide attributes. There is a third sensor of 2 MP with a Depth sensor and another one – macro with LED flash. You find all of these at the rear. To the front, there is a 32 MP snapper for selfies.
The devices will arrive in colors of Midnight Sun and Nordic Blue. It will come to stores in about a month from now with a starting price of €349.
As for the X10 series, it will also come with cameras like the one stated above except that the main camera will be 48 MP, while the selfie camera will be 8 MP. These devices come in Forest Green and Snow White colors. They will cost starting price of €309.
The G will come in two variants – G20 and G10. They have the same display battery capacity, but the processor and camera features are different. The G10 will come with 3GB RAM, while the other one will come with 4GB RAM.