With the X-series, HMD Global makes it easier for consumers to reduce the amount of electronic waste – and at the same time encourages more sustainable consumption, the manufacturer HMD Global writes in a press release.
The new range of Nokia X mobiles also has a 3-year warranty and 3-year software and security updates, so the new smartphones are guaranteed updates to the operating system right up to Android 14. Both the Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 come with the latest version of Android 11.
“According to the EU’s environmental panel, we consumers will only keep our existing smartphones for an extra year, which will result in 2030 CO2 emissions equivalent to removing 2 million cars from the roads. HMD Global wants to be a part of this development, so that we make it easier for consumers to make more sustainable choices, ” says Claus Dahl, General Manager Nordics, HMD Global.
The Nokia X20 comes with a 32 Mp front camera and 64 Mp quad camera on the back. (Photo: HMD Global)
Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 – built to last
The two new smartphones, Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, come with a three-year factory warranty as well as a free biodegradable cover in the box, which is designed to be robust but environmentally friendly.
The Nokia X20 comes with a 32 Mp front camera and 64 Mp quad camera on the back, which can be activated simultaneously via the Dual Sight function.
The Nokia X10 has a 48 Mp quad camera with Cinematic Capture and a full box of video editing tools.
Both phones come with a 6.67 ″ FHD + screen (2400 x 1080 pixels) with punchhole camera and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 480 5G processor.
The new Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 do not come with a charging adapter or headphones, as most smartphone owners today have an adapter and a pair of headphones from previous mobiles.
Price and availability
Nokia X20 can be purchased in the Nordics from 3 May 2021, while Nokia X10 can be purchased in the Nordics from 4 June 2021.
Nokia X20 (8 GB / 128 GB) will cost NOK 4,390, while Nokia X10 (6 GB / 64 GB) will be available for NOK 3,490.