Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021
During an event on Thursday, April 8, 2021 (April 19, 1400), Nokia unveiled six new handsets in three G, X and C series, which include two Nokia 520s, the Nokia X20 and Nokia X10, and two 4G low-end handsets, including the Nokia G20 and The Nokia G10 and the two Android phones go by the names Nokia C20 and Nokia C10. The highest specs in this collection undoubtedly belong to the X series models that will revive the name of this forgotten family of Nokia after many years. The X20 and X10 have the same specs except for the main camera and selfie and memory options, and no other significant differences can be mentioned between them. These two phones are also Nokia's first low-end 5Gs.
X10 and X20 have the same design and both have a 6.67-inch screen with relatively large margins on the front and a set of four camera lenses The back is used, which is located inside a prominent area of a circle with the Zeiss logo. In the design of these two phones, attention has been paid to environmental issues, and in this regard, the back cover will be able to return to nature.
The screen of both phones, as mentioned, has dimensions of 6.67 inches with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels with a density of 395 pixels per inch. This screen, made with IPS LCD technology, lacks the modern capabilities of today's screens, ie high refresh rate and high speed of fingerprinting, and therefore does not offer much appeal. At the top of the screen of both models, in the central punch hole, we come across the selfie camera of these two models, which have a resolution of 32 megapixels in the X20 and an 8-megapixel resolution in the X10.
Users look at the back of both models on the Zeiss logo in the center of the cameras in this area; An address that is usually only seen on the more expensive handsets of this brand. The X20 main camera is a 64-megapixel model, while the X10 has a 48-megapixel camera in this section. Due to the limitations of the processor, the maximum video resolution of these cameras will be 1080p and 4K video is not supported.
Apart from these two cameras, we do not encounter any other difference in this section and both phones are from the same 5 It uses a megapixel ultraviolet and a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth-of-field sensor completes the list of cameras in this area. A mentioned feature in relation to the cameras of these two models is the possibility of taking photos and videos simultaneously with these cameras, which is done by dividing the screen into two parts. The LED flash is located on the left side of the cameras, and the fingerprint sensor is located on both models on the right side and on the power button.
Nokia has gone for the cheapest Qualcomm 5G solution for processing these two models, namely the Snpadragon 480 5G processor, which is equipped with 2 2 GHz A76 cores and 6 1.8 GHz A55 cores, and Adreno 619 Is. Relying on paper, the 8nm chipset supports both 5G solutions, namely mmWave and sub-6GHz networks, and has a maximum download and upload speeds of 2,500 and 660 Mbps, respectively, based on the Snapragon X51's built-in paper modem. Nokia did not mention the speed of network exchange in X20 and X10, but due to the working class of the device, it is possible to limit the type of 5G network and their maximum speed. The X20 with 128GB of internal storage has 6 or 8GB of RAM, but the X10 comes with 4 or 6GB of RAM and 64 or 128GB of expandable internal storage (via a microSD slot).
The battery capacity of both phones is announced as 4,470mAh, which according to the manufacturer will be able to power the two models for up to two days. The maximum power of the charger supported by these two phones is also announced as 18 watts, but while this charger apparently comes with the X20, X10 users will have to purchase it separately! https://mobiletony.com/picsbody/2106/54-6.jpg "alt =" Introducing Nokia X20 and Nokia X10 The re-emergence of the X series with 5G and 3 years of Android updates ">
Nokia X20 in two colors blue and copper inclined to The orange and X10 will be available in white and green in May and June 2021, respectively, with a base price of € 349 and € 309, respectively. Both phones come with Android 11 operating system and a user interface close to raw Android, and the manufacturer has announced a 3-year warranty and software support for these two models.