HMD Global has announced one phone so far in 2021, but its year hasn’t started properly yet – that will happen on April 8. The company will adopt a new naming scheme with a series letter + number and we’ve already heard of the first three phones from unofficial sources.
Those will be the Nokia G10, X10 and X20, with the G-series being the home for entry-level phones and the X housing mid-rangers. The G10 is powered by a Helio P22 chipset and is expected to sell at €140.
The X10 and X20 will feature 5G connectivity thanks to the Snapdragon 480 chipset (the X20 might get the 690 instead). Rumored prices are rather high, in the €300-350 range, but we’re three weeks away from the launch date, so info coming out this early may not be accurate. There is only one 5G-enabled Nokia right now, the 8.3 (plus a version for Verizon), so HMD is behind the competition in terms of 5G rollout.
It’s not clear what will happen to other devices in the pipeline – the likes of the Nokia 6.4 and 7.4. Will they be renamed or will HMD have several naming schemes (there’s already the entry-level C-series, which breaks the mold).
We expect to hear more on April 8, the event will be livestreamed starting on 3:00 pm UTC. The hashtag for the event is #LoveTrustKeep.
Used the Nokia 6.1. Sturdy phone and no usb port issues. Android One is not a good experience. It is is stripped from many usefull things and Google is deep into it. Android One is a cheap joke.
Nokia phones have port issues , camera and speakers output is disappointing never buy hmd global phones
Remove juho sarvikas. He don't know nothing about marketing. Make Nokia mobiles with design of nokia N9 or N8. Lumia. E series. C series etc. Be innovative