HMD Global is expected to introduce three new Nokia phones on April 8th. One of these phones is expected to be the Nokia X20, which has just been certified by the FCC.
The three phones expected to be featured at HMD Global’s upcoming event include the Nokia G10, X10 and X20. This is because the company is reportedly looking to change its name, which is why these phones are not being referred to as Nokia 5.4. 8.3 etc. as before.
According to previous leaks, the Nokia G10 will be an entry-level 4G phone, while the X10 and X20 will be 5G-enabled mid-rangers powered by the Snapdragon 480 SoC. FCC certification has also revealed that the X20 will have a 6.5-inch screen and a huge circular camera cutout on the back, as shown in the image above.
No fingerprint sensor is visible in the picture, so we can only assume that it is a side-mounted sensor that doubles as a power switch. We could get a fingerprint sensor under the display this time around too, but HMD likely won’t be adding an AMOLED display to a budget phone due to its track record.
Previous benchmarks indicated that the Nokia X20 could have 6GB of RAM and Android 11, and we can assume the price will be under $ 349. The Nokia X10, on the other hand, may cost around 299 euros in white and green.