Six new Nokia smartphones have just been launched by HMD Global, extending their portfolio to various pricing categories. Three distinct brilliant smartphone series – the Nokia X series, the G-Series, and the budget-oriented C series – have introduced six new smartphones.
In the X series, the Finnish company launched Nokia X20 and Nokia X10, which target enhanced quality and extra durability. The company also launched’s Nokia G20 and Nokia G10 for mid-range customers, which put revolutionary characteristics into a genuinely safe bundle with a battery’s long life. Finally, Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 come in with the basics at a competitive price.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G processor features Nokia X20 and X10 devices. This can be view to the user mainly on the new Android One interface and runs on Android 11 out of the box. The 6.67-inch Quad HD+ punch hole monitor is made on these smartphones. ZEISS optics also support the devices.
The Nokia X20 comes with a storage capacity of up to 8GB RAM and 128GB, while the X10 offers up to 6GB RAMs and a storage capacity of 128GB internally.
The X10 comes with a 48-MP quad-cam configuration, while the Nokia X20 provides a quad-camera layout at the backside. The Nokia X20 equips with an auto snapper for 32MP at the front and an 8MP camera for the X10.
A 6.5-inch HD+ monitor from Nokia G20. MediaTek powers the G35 processor combined with 4GB of RAM. A 64GB or 128GB, the onboard memory device can expand with a microSD card. The device works out of the box on Android 11; the company has vowed to upgrade for two years already. The battery supports all of this with a 5,050mAh.
The Nokia G20 includes:
A 6.5-inch HD+ display is available on the Nokia G10. The MediaTek G25 CPU, coupled with 3GB or 4GB of RAM, provides power. A 32GB or 64GB onboard capacity handset, is available and can extend with a microSD card. The device works out of the box with Android 11; the company promises to upgrade for two years. The 5,050mAh battery is now under the limit.
The Nokia G10 packs a backrest 3-camera configuration with a 13MP primary camera, a 2MP micro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor in the primary camera.
A 6.5-inch HD+ monitor, Nokia C20 games. The SC9863a octa-core processor combined with 1GB or 2GB of RAM is made. A 16GB or 32GB the onboard storage device is available and can be further expanded using the microSD slot.
The device is running on Android 11, and the company provides two years of upgrades. It has been installed on Go Edition. There’s a battery underneath the hood of 3,000mAh. With a 5MP sensor on the rear and a 5MP on the front, the Nokia C20 is in the camera department.
Nokia C10 provides a 6.5-inch HD+ display. The Unisoc SC7331e provides quad-core processing, and either 1GB and 2GB RAM are present. A 16GB or 32GB, onboard storage device, is available and further enhanced using the MicroSD slot.
The device is running on Android 11, and the company promised two years of upgrades. It’s been installed on Go Edition. All this is power by a battery of 3,000mAh.
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