HMD Global has announced three new Nokia phones – the Nokia XR20, Nokia C30, and Nokia 6310.
The mid-range Nokia XR20 is advertised as having great durability, with HMD saying that it can survive “Extreme temperatures, 1.8m drops, 1h under water and more”, including a banana shot from footballer Roberto Carlos. The phone comes with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.
Outside of durability, the phone sports an 8 MP punch hole camera, a 48 MP+13 MP dual camera with ZEISS Optics, OZO spatial audio, and SpeedWarp mode. It also has 5G. 15 W wireless charging, and support for four years of monthly security updates and three years of OS upgrades.
Meanwhile, the Nokia C30 is said to have the largest battery and screen among Nokia smartphones, with a 6.82-inch HD+ display and a 6,000 mAh battery. It has a 5 MP notch camera and a triple-camera rear setup with a 13 MP main camera.
Finally, the Nokia 6310 is a refreshed version of the original phone from the aughts, with a 2.8-inch curved screen, larger push buttons, zoomed-in menus, and larger font options. It has a 0.3 MP rear camera, Bluetooth 5 support, wireless FM radio, a 1,150 mAh battery, and Snake.
All of the phones are already available in select markets. The Nokia XR20 has Ultra Blue and Granite colour options and 4 GB + 64 GB and 6 GB + 128 GB configurations, along with an global average RRP of 499 EUR (~RM2,487). Meanwhile, the Nokia C30 has Green and White options and 2 GB + 32 GB, 3 GB + 32 GB, and 3 GB + 64 GB configurations. Its global average RRP is 99 EUR (~RM493)
Lastly, the Nokia 6310 will feature Dark Green, Yellow, and Black colours, as well as an India-exclusive Light Blue scheme. Its global average RRP is 40 EUR (~RM199).