Back in the beginning of mobile devices, Nokia was the authoritative ruler of phones. The organization made all way of phones going from wonderfully smooth to out of control, really advancing and pushing the limits of mobile phones. This is the reason even today, the organization's image actually holds a great deal of trust with buyers.
On the off chance that you are looking for another smartphone and wouldn't see any problems with getting a Nokia, at that point you're in karma. This is on the grounds that over, best case scenario, Buy, there are really a few Nokia phones that are presently at a bargain that will make them a serious take in case you're searching for a phone that will not burn up all available resources.
This incorporates the Nokia 5.4 which is currently valued at $200, down from its unique cost of $250. The phone accompanies highlights like a 48MP quad camera arrangement and a battery that is useful for 2 days.
At that point there is additionally the Nokia 3.4 intended for the individuals who love diversion however in a moderate bundle. It is evaluated at $100, down from its unique cost of $180. It accompanies an enormous 6.39-inch HD+ show, making it extraordinary for shows and riding the web, in addition to its multi day battery life isn't anything to censure your nose at.
To wrap things up, for the picture taker there is the Nokia 8.3 5G. Valued at $480, down from $700, this is one of the more moderate 5G smartphones in the market out there. It likewise packs a PureView quad camera arrangement with worked in ZEISS true to life impacts that will allow you to make some evident photography or videography magnum opuses.
HMD has decided to redesign its whale series of smartphones and came up with three lines of phone - the C series which is the entry level series, the G series which is targeted towards budget-conscious audience, and the X series which is premium series. Despite X series being the most expensive one, it is still affordable compared to many other flagship smartphones with similar specs.
The latest smartphones introduced in the series are X10 and X20. If you are wondering what is the difference and which one you should buy, keep reading on and together we find the answer.Let's talk about the design first. To my surprise, there isn't any difference in the design of Nokia X10 and X20 and has come with the same display. Both devices share the same IPS LCD panel of 6.67-inches, full HD+ resolution with 1080x2400 pixels.
Both phones are powered by the Snapdragon 480 processor that comes with 5G connectivity. The processor might be the same but the memory and storage configurations aren't. The Nokia X10 is available in three variations - 6/64 GB, 4/128 GB, and 6/128 GB. Nokia X20 comes with 6/128 GB and 8/128GB configurations of RAM and internal storage. Both phones share the same 4,470mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging. The battery life isn't bad and can last for more than a day with a moderate usage.
Perhaps the biggest difference between these two cameras lies within the photography department. The Nokia X20 has a 48MP primary camera sensor while the Nokia X20 has a 64MP primary camera. Both phones use the Car Zeiss optics that allow these phones to deliver great picture quality. The front camera of Nokia X10 shoots selfie with 8MP camera while X20 comes with an amazing 32MP selfie camera sensor. X10 has 48MP+5MP+2MP+2MP camera specs whereas X20 features a quad camera system consisting of 64MP+5MP+2MP+2MP camera sensors. The Nokia X10 is available in Forest and Snow hues, while the Nokia X20 was launched in two different color variants: Midnight Sun and Nordic Blue.
HMD Global has officially made an announcement about its first-ever Nokia-branded 5G smartphones in the budget category. These phones are named Nokia X10 and Nokia X20. These devices feature the almost similar set of hardware specifications other than a few areas like camera, storage, and colors. Let us have a deeper look at their specs, price tag, and availability in the region.
Recently launched budget smartphones Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 have a great build made by a polycarbonate material. Both of these devices share an exact 6.67-inch LCD panel on the front with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels (FHD+), 20:9 aspect ratio, 450 nits peak brightness, and a punch-hole featured in the center of the display. Both of them measure 168.94 x 79.7 x 9.1mm but the Nokia X10 is slightly lighter at 210g compared to 220g weight of Nokia X20.
Nokia X10, X20 are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 processing chip. The Nokia X10 comes with two memory configurations - 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB internal storage. On the other hand, the Nokia X20 comes with 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB storage configuration. Both devices run Android 11 with Android One user interface on the top. The tech giant decided to offer 3 years of Android updates and security patches for both of these devices which is really great if you like to keep your phone for at least 3 years with you. The phones are powered by a reasonable 4,470mAh battery that comes with 18W fast charging support. But unlike other budget smartphones in the same category, you don't get the charger in the box and have to purchase one separately.
Other features include USB Type-C port, a dedicated Google Assistant key, a MicroSD card slot, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a fingerprint sensor placed on the side of the device. Nokia X10 is available in forest and snow colors, while Nokia X20 is available in Midnight Sun and Nordic Blue. The Nokia X10 is priced at 309 euro and Nokia X20 is priced at 349 euro. The latter will hit the market in May, followed by the former in June.
HMD Global's Nokia is planning to release soon its new gaming smartphone series called Nokia G10, the first smartphone in a Nokia G-series. The G10 has been already featured in a few reports after getting several certifications in Malaysia and Indonesia. Which indicates that the phone is near to its revealing. According to reports, the Nokia G10 could be possibly a whole new addition to its premium smartphones lineup and would be sold as a gaming device. The phone's model number, TA-1334 has previously been certified in Germany and Asian countries like Thailand, Russia.
Nokia G10 also has other model names, including TA-1338, TA-1346, and TA-1351. The phone is reportedly powered by an octa-core chip, a 6.4" screen, and a 48MP quad-camera system. The exact battery details are unclear, but the G10 charges over a standard 10W. Although we don't know anything about its release date, the phone is recently listed on a Russian E-commerce website.
The leaks suggest that the phone will be using a super-fast processor available in the market but no name has been specified yet. A few leaks suggest that the phone will be powered by Snapdragon 775 but this hasn't been confirmed yet. Nokia G10 smartphone has an IPS LCD display. The screen has a resolution of 720 x 1560 Pixels and 269 PPI pixel density. It has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a screen-to-body ratio.
According to the listing on the Russian website, the phone will feature a quad-camera system on the rear side of the device including a 48MP primary camera sensor. Some reports suggest that it will have a 108MP primary snapper. There isn't any word on the remaining three camera sensors but it is assumed to expect an ultra-wide camera, a macro camera sensor, and a depth camera sensor.
Nokia G10 offers an internal memory of 4GB along with 64GB of internal storage. The device will be available in blue color. The phone will be powered by a massive 5,000mAh battery. Nokia G10 smartphone runs on the Android v10 (Q) operating system. The phone is powered by Octa-core (2 GHz, Quad-core, Kryo 260 + 1.8 GHz, Quad-core, Kryo 260) processor.
2020 has ended and we have seen many new smartphones by some major and small mobile phone manufacturers. In the smartphone department, Nokia started last year with the launch of Nokia C2, which was then followed by Nokia 5.3, Nokia 8.3 5G, and Nokia C3. The Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4 were released in September. They completed their launch of new smartphones with the Nokia C1 plus and Nokia 5.4. So, we got three devices from the C series, two from the 5 series and one from the 1,2,3, and 8-series each. If we keep the count of last year's smartphones we might get to see the new Nokia 6,7, or 9 this year before anything else.
As the last year was about to end, there was some news about three new Nokia batteries being certified by the authorized bodies. According to the new certifications, the future Nokia smartphones might carry the 3,900mAh, 4,470mAh, and 5,050mAh batteries. The first two models were certified by TÜV Rheinland Japan and the latter by Element Materials Technology.
At least three new Nokia smartphones can be expected based on these certifications. We are not sure if there will be only three models or more that will appear as Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 5.4 share the same battery, so we can expect the same for the future smartphones as well. Currently, the maximum battery capacity supported by Nokia smartphones is 4,500mAh battery, that too only in Nokia 8.35G and Nokia 2.4. Hence, a 5,000mAh+ will be the first significant upgrade Nokia phones are going to have this year. Hopefully, it will come with the fast charging option. We don't know what next year will bring for us but I think it is time for Nokia to introduce bigger batteries and fast-charging technology to more devices.