HMD Global has today announced its latest Nokia phones featuring six new smartphones, and some 5G connectivity, that have been streamlined into three new lines. Meet the Nokia X20, Nokia X10, Nokia G20, Nokia G10, Nokia C20 and Nokia C10, while Nokia’s very own MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) will ensure you’re always connected.
The Nokia X20 and Nokia X10
The high end, mid-range X20 and X10 push boundaries for Nokia. Both devices are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G Mobile Platform and come with Android 11 straight out of the box. There’s ZEISS Optics and AI to help power up the camera system.
The Nokia X20 comes with a 32MP front camera and 64MP quad camera on the rear. Meanwhile, the Nokia X10 features a 48MP quad-camera with Cinematic capture.
Complimenting the devices is a wide 6.67” Full HD+ punch-hole display. Both the Nokia X20 and Nokia X10 also come with a 100% compostable case in the sales box, to console you for the missing charger.
The Nokia G20 and Nokia G10
The G10 and G20 slot into HMD’s G-series of Nokia phones, with even longer battery life: up to three days, the company claims. They have side-fingerprint sensors and a 6.5-inch display. The G20 has a triple rear camera system, while the G20 steps up to a 48-megapixel main camera and OZO surround sound.
The G20 will go on sale from May while the G10 will arrive in April. HMD is yet to confirm local pricing.
The Nokia C10 and C20
Finally, the C10 and C20 are focused on the affordable end of the scale. They run Android 11 Go Edition on a 6.5-inch HD+ display, and will go on sale from June and April, respectively, pricing is yet to be confirmed too.
Today’s launch wasn’t just about handsets, though, but also a new carrier. HMD Global is launching in the UK first, from the end of April, as an MVNO relying on the EE network. As with current Nokia phones, the focus will be affordability. Local plans are yet to be announced.