HMD Global is expected to host an event on 8 April, with reports suggesting that there will be a total of three new Nokia entry-level smartphones – the G10, X10, and X20, to be specific – for the masses. While the phone’s parent company is keeping mum, details regarding the three phones have already made their way online.
Starting with the Nokia G10, the phone is expected to ship out 6.38-inch LCD HD+ display, a 4000mAh, and an octa-core chipset of unknown make and architecture. The phone is also expected to have either 3GB or 4GB RAM, along with 32GB or 64GB of expandable storage. Additionally, the phone main camera is expected to have four sensors comprising a 48MP main, 5MP ultra-wide, 2MP depth, and a 2MP macro. While the front is a 16MP sensor.
As for the Nokia X10 and X20, details for the two phones are still scarce, but it appears both models will house Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 480 SoC, which supports 5G and should give you an idea over what to expect. Again, besides that, there is no further information about the phone, not even about their main camera setup.
Last but not least, the same sources also hint at the possible pricing of all three phones; the G10 is estimated to cost around 139 Euros (~RM493), while the X10 and X20 will be retailed at 300 Euros (~RM1471) and 350 Euros (~RM1716), respectively.