HMD Global has scheduled an event for April 8 where it's expected to announce three new Nokia smartphones - G10, X10, and X20. We haven't heard about any of these from HMD yet, but the X20 has passed through Geekbench ahead of the expected unveiling, revealing key specs in the process.
The Nokia X20 runs Android 11, and the motherboard section in the listing says it has SM4350 under the hood, which we know is the Snapdragon 480 5G SoC. The chipset is paired with 6GB RAM, although there could be other memory options as well that are yet to be confirmed.
Geekbench doesn't include any other specs of the X20, but it's rumored to cost around €350.
More information about the X20 should surface in the coming days, telling us what to expect from the 5G smartphone.
I have to disagree with you. The new Trio affordable 5g soc from Qualcomm is Considerably Fast than their own 4g predecessors. They all quite promising. Why qualcomm doing this? Thanks to mediatek dimensity series. All of native those n...
I'm agree with you. At first I thought this new sd 480 is just another entry low end mobile chipset. But the u realized, it's in the same line with the newly released two other snapdragon 5g soc. They're fast enough to outperform all...
I guess SD 480 antutu score is 260k - 275k