I have worked hard for many years to keep the Nokia name from disappearing from the HMD in the mobile phone industry. This time, a slight change has been made in the naming of the new model, instead of being completely digital. Type. The new models include X, G and C three series, namely X20, X10, G20, G10, C20 and C10. This naming method is easy to recall the Nokia mobile phone naming method in the second half of the 2000s and the first half of the 2010s, but there was no G series before.
Among the three series, the X series is relatively advanced, but not at the flagship level. Both X20 and X10 use Snapdragon 480 5G processor, with 6.67-inch Full HD+ punch-hole screen, 4,470mAh battery, and headphone jack. The difference between the two is mainly in the camera, where the X20 is equipped with a 64MP main lens + 5MP ultra wide-angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field combination; while the X10 replaces the 64MP main lens with 48MP. At the same time, X20 offers 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8 + 128GB options, while X10 is a choice of 4 + 64GB or 6 + 128GB. X20 is priced at 349 euros and is scheduled to be available next month, while X10 is 309 euros and will be available next month.
The G series is in the middle. The two products, G20 (above right) and G10 (above left) both use a 6.5-inch HD+ water drop screen and a large 5,050mAh battery, but other specifications are almost different. G20 is equipped with MTK G35 chipset, and has a 48MP primary lens + 5MP ultra wide-angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field four lens combination, storage is 4 + 64GB and 4 + 128GB options. G10 is equipped with MTK G25 chipset, but the lens has been greatly reduced to a combination of 13MP primary lens + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field, and the storage options are also reduced to 3 + 32GB or 4 + 64GB. The G20 is priced at 159 Euros, and the G10 is 139 Euros.
Finally, the C series is the cheapest series, equipped with the Android Go operating system. They all use Unisoc (Unisoc) processors, 6.5-inch large 1,600 x 720 panels, 3,000mAh batteries and 5MP front and rear lenses. The main difference is that the 89-euro C20 processor (above right) has eight cores, while the 75-euro C10 (above left) has four cores. It is still unclear which markets these six products will be launched in, but the C series is clearly aimed at products in developing countries. It may be a bit difficult for us to see here.
In addition, HMD seems to be planning to become an MVNO (Virtual Mobile Network Service Operator) in the UK, reselling the networks of other telecom partners. It’s really uncommon for mobile phone vendors to be MVNOs (perhaps Google Fi is one?), but HMD didn’t give us too many details, only knowing that after the UK, there are plans to promote it to other countries in the world.