HMD Global rolled out five new Nokia-branded phones in the UK across premium, mid-tier and budget ranges, boosting its offering with the planned launch of an MVNO in the country.
Smartphone additions comprise the premium X series, consisting of the Nokia X20 and X10; the intermediate Nokia G20 and G10; and the entry-level C20.
The X20 and X10 will sit at the top of its portfolio, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G mobile platform. The pair have a 6.67-inch full HD+ display and run Android 11.
Nokia X20 has a starting price of £299, offering a 32MP front camera and quad array on the rear with a 64MP main module. The X10 is priced from £249 and offers a 48MP main camera as part of its four-module rear set-up.
HMD Global touted the G-series’ three-day battery life, stated as the longest on a Nokia-branded smartphone to date, along with improved security through facial recognition and side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The devices feature a 6.5-inch display, with the G20 offering a quad-camera set up with 48MP main module, and starting price of £134.99. The G10 is priced from £109.99 and provides a triple rear camera arrangement offering AI modes.
Nokia C20 is priced £79, offering a 6.5-inch HD+ display, Android 11 capabilities and cameras on the front and rear.