Failed to make any ripple in premiumThe market, Nokia’s new range is aimed at the more budget end of the spectrum. Its Ultrachip C and Midrange G series cost between $ 100- $ 200 and are good enough for everyday basics, while its high-end X Series provides an extremely inexpensive entry for the 5G.
Each series is launching with two phones under it (C10 and C20, for example), offering slightly different spec combinations, although Nokia has so far only given details on 20 versions in each range. All models will go on sale in the UK and Europe later this month, with most models available in the US via Nokia’s online store and Amazon. Australian availability is not known at time of writing.
At the top of the new lineup is the Nokia X20, which has a larger 6.67-inch display, 6 or 8GB of RAM (depending on variants) and an improved rear camera setup called Zeiss Optics. It also uses Qualcomm’s 5G-enabled Snapdragon 480 5G processor, which, with the X20’s price tag of 349 euros (about $ 415, converted £ 300 or AU $ 540), makes it an affordable one for 5G Creates an entry.
But the affordable 5G is a hotly contested arena andAt $ 280 or £ 229 underlines Nokia’s efforts. Both phones have multiple rear cameras and larger screens, although the MediaTek, the X20 has more RAM and a Qualcomm than the processor. How these two phones are seen stacked against each other in real world usage.
The X20 will also receive a three-year security update and while it does not come with a charger in the box (for environmental reasons), it does come with a bundled phone case, which is compatible at the end of its usable life. A nice touch.
The C20 has a 6.51-inch screen at 89 euros (converted $ 105, £ 75, AU $ 140) with its extremely low price, an Octacore processor with 2GB of RAM and 16 or 32GB storage. Will use it lightly, Which is designed to provide a smooth experience on low-end hardware. It is 4G (not 5G) and has a 5 megapixel rear camera.
It will not be a phone for either of you in mobile gaming or photography, but should provide a good experience of listening to calls, text and emails and podcasts.
Stepping into the range is the G20, which features a 6.5-inch screen, MediaTek OctaCore processor with 4GB of RAM, multiple rear cameras, and full-fat Android 11. Nokia says its capacitive 5,050-mAh battery can last up to three days of mixed use. Will go with This is a two-year Android upgrade and a three-year security upgrade,. It will cost 159 euros ($ 190, £ 135, AU $ 245 converted).
No new range of Nokia will thrill those of you who are looking for you(You should check out or ) But they provide reasonable specs for very reasonable prices. I look forward to seeing how well they perform when I hold them up for review.