S.Sometimes it just makes sense for companies to rethink their entire portfolio instead of producing another generation of the same old ones Devices, that’s exactly what Nokia is doing with its new X, G and C series phones.
By switching to a new naming scheme that seems loosely inspired by well-known German automakers, HMD (which owns the trademark rights to Nokia phones) is trying to move away from its previous one. that had become completely opaque with phone Names like that Nokia 2.4, Nokia 3.4 and so on.
Nokia’s new C-series phones are the cheapest and the star of the show the Nokia C10, It costs only 75 euros and comes with a 6.5-inch HD + display, 1 GB or 2 GB of RAM and up to 32 GB of storage. There will also be a Nokia C20, which costs 89 euros. It shares the same basic design and specs, but has LED flash modules on the front and back that allow you to take better photos.
HMD said The C-Series will receive operating system updates for two years and quarterly (not monthly) security patches for two years. All new Nokia phones are said to run the Android One version of Android 11.
Moving up one step is the G series, which consists of G10 and G20 (see sample?), with the latter offering a faster MediaTek G35 chip, a 48 MP main camera, 4 GB of RAM, 64 or 128 GB of storage, and larger 5050 mAh battery that HMD said lUp to three days for a fee – everything from just 159 euros.
For updates, the G-Series is expected to receive operating system updates for two years and security patches for three years.
We finally have the new X. Series that is not exactly the flagship, but offers support for Sub-6Ghz 5G. T.The Nokia X10 for 309 euros and the Nokia X20 for 349 euros follow the same name pattern: the X20 functions a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G processor, a 6.67-inch FHD + screen, a quad rear camera module with a 64 MP main camera and a sidemounted fingerprint sensor. The X20 also has most of the memory and storage space found in the new Nokia phones with configurations of 6GB / 64GB or 8GB / 128GB.
As the most expensive tier of the new Nokia phones, the X. The series will receive operating system and security updates for three full years.
Nokia brings new lineup A solid addition to the portfolio with its three new levels that offer something in practically every price range. In addition, Nokia plans to release a new pair of wireless buds called Nokia Lite Earbuds for 39 euros. In the UK, Nokia is even rolling out new wireless plans under the name HMD Mobile, for which a new MVNO is the European market.
HMD said The real goal is for Nokia to continue making open channel sales that don’t rely on deals and partnerships with major carriers. This seems like a decent strategy, especially for the European market. But I am not sure whether the device overhaul, Nokia’s strategy will be all too successful in the US, where up to 90% of all smartphones are sold through carrier channels. Unfortunately, Nokia is not yet required to provide specific US pricing or availability information for any of its new devices.
So in the end, it’s up to the devices to prove themselves worthy or not, and at least launch the new C, G, and X models from Nokia.Production phones definitely seem to be delivering value, which is promising.