Finnish HMD has now made its biggest mobile launch ever with six new Nokia mobiles: Nokia X20, Nokia X10, Nokia G20, Nokia G10, Nokia C20 and Nokia C10.
Nokia X20 and X10 launch Nokia’s new mid-range X-Series. Both mobiles are powered by Snapdragon 480 5g mobile platform and come with three years of security and software updates and Android 11. The screen is a 6.67 full HD plus with holes for the front camera. The Nokia X20 then has a 32 MP front camera and 64 MP rear camera at the rear while the Nokia X10 instead has a 48 MP four camera at the rear. Price is 349 euros for Nokia X20 and 309 euros for Nokia X10.
In terms of Nokia’s G series, it is now expanded with the Nokia G20 and G10. Both phones have a battery that will last for up to three days, which is the longest ever for a Nokia smartphone. Like the X-Series, three years of security updates and two years of Olympic updates are promised. The mobiles also have fingerprint readers and a 6.5-inch screen. The Nokia G20 then has a 48 MP camera while the G10 has a triple camera at the back. Price is 159 euros for Nokia G20 and 139 euros for Nokia G10.
Finally, we have the C-Series with Nokia C20 and C10 which is intended as an introductory smartphone that comes with a battery that lasts all day, two years of security updates and a hardware design that is more rugged than the industrial cut. Both mobiles have a 6.5 inch HD plus screen and Android 11 Go Edition. Nokia C20 also has LED flash on the front and back. Price is 89 euros for Nokia C20 and only 75 euros for C10.
The mobiles will be released in the UK in April and will then be rolled out globally.