Nokia hasn’t been among the frontrunners of the smartphone industry in 2021 and that has been evident with the few phones they launched. We reviewed the Nokia 3.4 and 5.4 and were left wanting more. However, Nokia is possibly planning to change things around by bringing the X series phones to India. The Indian website of the company has hinted at the X20 and X10 coming to India. Also Read - Nokia 110 4G feature phone launched in India with price under Rs 3,000: Check specs, price
Both the X20 and X10 have been spotted listed on the Nokia India website under the SAR value section. Spotted by NokiaMob first, the entire section mentions all the phones listed in India and the upcoming ones. Along with the X20 and X10, the listing also mentions the C and G series phones for the Indian market. Also Read - Nokia G20 budget phone now available: Check specs, price in India, where to buy
Nokia planning X20, X10 launches
It should be noted that the X, C and G series phones are all aimed at affordable segments of the market. The X20 and X10 are the 5G compatible phones in the new lineup, flaunting the Snapdragon 480 chip. The displays on both these phones measure 6.6-inches and have Full HD+ IPS LCD panels. Nokia equipe both of them with a 4,450mAh battery along with an 18W fast charger in the box. Also Read - Tech News Today: Oppo Reno 6 series launched, Poco F3 GT specs, new Nokia phone launch
The X20 edges past with a 64-megapixel camera with ZEISS branded lenses whereas the X10 comes with a 48-megapixel main camera. The highlight of both of these phones is the promise of three years of Android OS updates, which is unheard of in the affordable smartphone space. It remains to be seen whether Nokia makes that its USP against the batch of high-equipped Chinese smartphones.
Nokia is yet to comment or confirm anything about these smartphones. Hence, it could be possible that these ratings may not indicate anything for Indian consumers. Nokia has been laidback with its marketing and planning in India.
The X, C and G series phones are expected to replace the older numbered series of phones that we have seen so far. Also, HMD Global is yet to announce plans to release a flagship-grade device any time soon. Their last outing in the premium smartphone space was the Nokia 9 Pureview that debuted a penta camera setup and Snapdragon 845 chip.