Nokia C20

Nokia revamps its smartphone line-up, focuses more on longevity.


Nokia is now revamping its current smartphone and thus skipping the unconventional float-point naming scheme. However specification choice might remain useless as it is now. As of now, they have shifted to only three models – X, G, and C series.

Nokia targets longevity, specifications can RIP.

Nokia, this time is focusing on longevity and that too for the mid-range. With three series – X-series for top of the line specifications, advanced features, two-day battery life, three years of major OS updates and minor security updates. On the other hand, the G-series will feature three-day battery life, along with two years of OS updates and three years of security patches. The last, C-series will be a super budget-friendly device with a promise of all-day battery and two years of quarterly security updates, and may be barred from receiving from any major OS update.

The X10 and X20 are the top-of-the-line smartphones in the mid-range by Nokia. And yep, the specifications are somewhat meh. Both of the devices will feature Snapdragon 480 SoC with 5G capabilities. The display here will be a 6.67-inch 1080×2400 display. Alongside, on X10, you will get a 48MP main sensor, 5MP ultra-wide, and 2MP macro camera along with a 2MP depth sensor. The punch hole on the display will house an 8MP camera. Whereas the X20 will come with a 32MP front-facing camera, and a max of 8GB of RAM, and 128GB storage. The X10 will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

The G-series will have the ok-ish hardware. The G10 will feature MediaTek G25 and the G20 features MediaTek G35. They will feature an HD+ display. The G20 will somewhat have the similar camera setup like the X10, however, you have to use a waterdrop notch on the display. The G10 comes with a 13MP camera underneath, and no ultra-wide camera. You are limited to GB of RAM and 32GB of storage on G10, however, you get 4GB and 128GB of storage on G20.

The C-series is the most budget-oriented smartphones. They will run on Android 11 Go Edition. Specifications are as per requirements, with Unisoc quad-core on C10 whereas the C20 comes with an octa-code processor. 1/2GB of RAM and 16/32GB of storage.

These Nokia devices will be soon available in the UK starting April end. The g10 will ship first for £109.99. The G20 will appear in the month of may for £129.99. During the same time, your will also see X20 available for £299.99. In the month of June you will see X10 for £249.99. Later on, you can also buy the C20 devices starting £79.

Source: Android Authority

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