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HMD launches 6 new Nokia X, G, and C series phones, two of them have 5G

HMD Global has just unveiled six new Nokia devices namely X20, X10, G20, G10, C20, and C10 in a virtual launch in the UK.
New offerings from Nokia under X series, G series, and C series

Nokia outs six new models in one event

The Finnish mobile manufacturer further categorized the six handsets into three product lines. Both C10 and C20 are considered entry-level whereas the G10 and G20 are said to be mid-range.

Meanwhile, X20 and X10 are both higher-end smartphones. Nokia provided an assurance that all of them are well-built and they will receive the latest software updates in as much as 2 to 3 years.

The X-series allows us to offer the benefits of our high-end partnerships with Qualcomm and ZEISS Optics. Finding that perfect balance between specs and affordability is what the G-series is all about. The C-series, meanwhile, thrives on delivering ultra-high value tech to the smartphone market. I’m proud of the niche we’ve carved within this extremely competitive market.

According to the HMD Global CMO Stephen Taylor, the C series aims to deliver ultra-high value tech to the smartphone market. The newest additions in this family, both runs with an  Android 11 (Go edition).

C10 will be the more affordable between the two and it features a sleek Nordic design. It has 6.517” HD+ V-notch with 2D Panda Glass with a resolution of 720 x 1600. Inside, it is powered by SC9863a Octa-core coupled with either of these three variants: 1GB/16GB, 1GB/32GB, and 2GB/16GB. Internal memory can be expanded up to 256GB.

It also comes with a removable 3,000mAh battery, without fast charging support. The device is equipped with a 5MP camera both on the rear and front. Other features include FM radio and biometric face unlock. You can have this in Sand and Dark Blue.

Nokia claims C20 to be great in low-light scenarios with its front and rear LED flash. It has the same specs as C10 except for it the 6.5” HD+ V-notch screen with an aspect ratio of 20:9. Aside from that, it comes in two variants only: 1GB/16GB and 2GB/32GB. There are two color options: Light Purple and Gray.

As for the G Series, the brand explains that it embodies the balance of delivering daily needs. 

Both handsets are said to last for three days, which is the longest battery life for Nokia. They also have a 6.5-inch V-notch display with Brightness Boost and the same Mediatek G25 8x A53 2.0GHz processor. The G10 has two variants 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB while G20 has 4GB/64GB and 4GB/128GB. 

The G20 sports a 48MP camera set-up 48MP with 5MP UW,  MP Macro,  2MP Depth lens. For selfies, there's an 8MP shooter. Meanwhile, G10 is equipped with a triple camera setup consisting of the following: 13MP main camera, 2MP Macro, 2MP Depth. 

Both devices have a removable 5,050 mAh battery and 5V2A charger. They are also packed with a Google Assistant button, a side fingerprint sensor, and FM Radio. The G20 is going to be available in Night and Glacier whereas the G10 has two colors: Night and Dusk.

Lastly, the X20 and X10 under the premium mid-range X series have wide 6.67-inch FHD+ punch-hole screens 1080 x 2400 resolution. Inside, both are powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G chipset. They have two variants: a 6GB/128GB and an 8GB/128GB. They pack a 4,470 mAh battery that is non-removable.

These devices also boast ZEISS optics and innovative AI solutions for versatile imaging technology. The X10 has a 48MP quad-camera set-up with a 5MP ultra-wide lens, 5MP depth, and a 2MP macro. In front, it has an 8MP camera.

The X20 on the other hand features the same quad-camera setting but it has 64MP in front instead of 48MP. In front, there's a powerful 32MP shooter.
Gorgeous Nokia X20 in Midnight Sun
Gorgeous Nokia X20 in Midnight Sun

The X20 arrives in Midnight Sun and Nordic Blue colors while the X10 has two color options:  Forest and Snow. These Nokia devices run on Android 11 and will receive security and software updates for three years.

Euro price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

Nokia C10 - EUR 75 (around PHP 4.3K)
Nokia C20 - EUR 90 (around PHP 5.2K)
Nokia G10 - EUR 140 (around PHP 8.1K)
Nokia G20 - EUR 160 (around PHP 9.2K)
Nokia X10 - EUR 310 (around PHP 17.9K)
Nokia X20 - EUR 350 (around PHP 20.2K)

There's no word yet regarding the availability details of the said devices for the Philippine market.
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