Nokia X10 and X20 introduced; 3-year warranty and Five G support (part2)

Nokia X20

Both Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 have a 6.67-inch LCD with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. The display has a mediocre performance in both brightness (450 nits) and color coverage (82% of NTSC color space) and lacks any special, high-end features such as a high refresh rate or even reinforced glass. Of course, inside the box of both phones, there is a screen protector, which can be very effective in keeping the screen healthy.

The rear camera part is where the Nokia X20 looks brighter and proves its superiority. The phone is equipped with a quad module on the back of the body with a 64-megapixel main sensor and Zeiss lens. Of course, the Snapdragon 480 chip has limitations and, for example, supports video recording with a maximum resolution of 1080p. Therefore, you should not expect more from the camera.

Nokia X20 Camera

In addition to the 64-megapixel sensor, a 5-megapixel ultraviolet camera is used as an auxiliary sensor, and thanks to the Dual-Sight feature, both the main and auxiliary sensors can be used simultaneously for photography. In this case, the screen of the phone can be divided equally into two parts or the image of the second lens can be viewed as an image in an image. Finally, two 2-megapixel sensors complement the Nokia X20’s quad-camera, one for depth detection and the other for macro photography. On the front of the body and inside the screen, there is a 32-megapixel selfie camera with fixed focus.

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The Nokia X10 has little to say about the camera. The rear camera of this phone uses a 48-megapixel sensor as the main sensor, and of course, here too, the Zeiss lens is located on the main sensor. The other three sensors are identical to the Nokia X20, including a 5-megapixel ultraviolet camera. The selfie camera in this model has been reduced to an 8-megapixel sensor.

In terms of connectivity, both phones support 5th generation or 5G networks, are dual SIM and are equipped with Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. A USB Type-C port is designed to charge the battery and transfer data, and thankfully, the 3.5mm headphone jack is still intact. FM radio receiver is another feature of the Nokia X10 and X20.

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