This April 8, Nokia comes out of the shadows and draws four new smartphones in France, the Nokia G10, G20, X10 and X20. On the menu: three years of assured software monitoring, but a somewhat modest technical sheet.
During a press conference given on April 8, Nokia presents four new smartphones for France. No more complex nomenclatures, the manufacturer relies on simple names: the G range on one side, and the X, a little more upscale, on the other. A third more modest range, the C-series, was also presented, but it is not expected to be launched in the French market. In total, there are therefore four smartphones, the Nokia G10 and G20, and the Nokia X10 et X20, all of which will benefit from at least three years of software tracking, an eternity in the Android world.
Nokia G10 and G20
If, aesthetically, the Nokia G10 and G20 look alike, they stand out on paper in terms of power and photo. Thus, the two smartphones sport a 6.5-inch HD + screen with a teardrop-shaped notch that houses an 8 MP front camera. Both will offer excellent battery life of at least two full days thanks to their massive 5050mAh battery. There is a fingerprint sensor placed on the side, and even a button dedicated to Google Assistant.
As for the differences, note that only the Nokia G20 offers NFC. Otherwise, there is a MediaTek G25 chip coupled with 3 or 4 GB of RAM on the G10 and a MediaTek G35 SoC coupled with 4 GB of RAM on the G20. Same observation on the side of the rear photo unit. The more modest model has a triple photo module comprising a 13 MP main sensor, a 2 MP macro and a 2 MP depth sensor, while the Nokia G20 has four sensors: a 48 MP main sensor, a 5 MP ultra wide-angle, as well as the same macro and depth sensor.
On the price side, the Nokia G10 will be available for € 149.90 and the Nokia G20 for € 179.90.
Nokia X10 et X20
Nokia’s X series is a bit more upscale. Thus, the Nokia X10 and X20 swap MediaTek for Qualcomm and a Snapdragon 480. The RAM endowment changes depending on the model, with 4 or 6 GB on the X10 and 6 or 8 GB on the X20. Both offer the same 6.67-inch 20: 9 aspect ratio FHD + display, which is punched on its top to house an 8 MP front sensor on the X10, and 32 MP on the X20. Also, both offer a 4,470 mAh battery, NFC, a fingerprint reader on the side, a button dedicated to Google Assistant and IP52 certification.
At the rear, the two models differ, although they each feature four back sensors. The Nokia X10 has a 48 MP main sensor, a 5 MP ultra wide-angle, a 2 MP macro lens and a 2 MP depth sensor. The Nokia X20, meanwhile, has a main sensor that goes up to 64 MP, and the rest of the setup is the same.
The Nokia X10 will be available in our region for € 329.90. For the Nokia X20, count € 399.90.