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HMD Global reports the world's "first life-confirmation phone" with the Nokia XR20

27 July, 2021 Nokia

 

In the realm of smartphones, there's a great deal of consideration paid to having the best showcase, quickest processor, and the best camera. Be that as it may, those phones just record for a small amount of the gadgets delivered in a given year, and aren't generally the most ideal alternative relying upon your requirements. One region where we have been seeing greater action is in the rough phone market, and HMD Global has quite recently declared the Nokia XR20.

 

HMD Global reports the world's "first life-confirmation phone" with the Nokia XR20

 

The XR20 highlights 5G availability, yet in addition offers an IP68 water and residue rating, is MIL-STD-810H consistent, and can withstand drops up to 1.8 meters. This is a long ways from what we've seen from the Galaxy S21 and OnePlus 9's of the world, with many needing to slap a case on their phones right away.

 

As far as specs, the XR20 gives a 6.67-inch FHD+ show total with Corning's Gorilla Glass Victus for insurance. At the top, you'll track down a 8MP opening punch selfie camera, alongside a somewhat bigger bezel along the lower part of the phone. In addition, HMD Global cases this phone can in any case be utilized regardless of whether you're wearing gloves or have wet hands, which is helpful for everybody.

 

Giving the capacity to the Nokia XR20 is the Snapdragon 480 chipset, alongside 6GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable stockpiling (up to 512GB). There's a 4,630mAh battery, to oblige 18W quick charging and surprisingly 15W Qi remote charging, which is something you don't anticipate seeing.

 

On the rear of the phone

 

On the rear of the phone, there's a double camera arrangement featured by a 48MP essential camera and joined by a 13MP ultrawide focal point. Different highlights of the Nokia XR20 incorporate a side-mounted finger impression scanner, a devoted Google Assistant catch, and surprisingly a 3.5mm earphone jack.

 

True to form, the XR20 will transport with Android 11 out of the container. Nonetheless, HMD Global and Nokia have vowed to convey up to three significant Android refreshes, alongside four years of safety refreshes. So you can breathe a sigh of relief realizing that your new phone will last you basically until Android 14 shows up.

 

The Nokia XR20 is going to the U.S. on August 24th, and valuing begins at $550.

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