The new feature phone is the remastered version of the old 6310. It has a similar design, available in yellow, black, and dark green colors. The new 6310 has roughly the same features as the previous one.
The C30 offers extended battery life, the XR20 is the first rugged phone by the company, and the Nokia 6310 is a classic feature phone.
The old classic snake game is still available that can be played on its 2.8″ curved display. The shell is made up of polycarbonate, containing a microUSB and a 3.5mm audio jack. The 6310 only supports 2G with FM radio. It’s all backed by a Unisoc chip and a 1,150 mAh battery. HMD prices it at €40 (~ Rs7,600).
It houses a donut-shaped camera housing, a fingerprint scanner, and a back-firing speaker. Nokia C30 also includes a 3.5mm audio jack, slot for storage expansion, and micro-USB port.
It is another entry-level smartphone like Nokia G20. it is the first Nokia phone to have a 6,000 mAh battery that provides three-day battery life.
The Nokia C30 has a massive 6.82″ LCD display with HD+ resolution. The display is v-notched with a 5MP selfie camera within it. At the back, there is 13MP wide and 2MP portrait lenses. Nokia C30 is offered in a single 32GB+2GB configuration. And starts from €99 (~ Rs18,800).
Nokia XR20: Specifications and Price in Pakistan It is first of the Nokia smartphones to have a rugged body. Nokia promises scratch, drop, dust, and temperature resistance thanks to the ultra-solid casing and the toughest Gorilla Glass Victus covering the screen.
The XR20 can survive drops from up to 1.8m. It is also IP68 certified, so there is no need for casing or any protection. In fact, Nokia recommends washing it with soap and water if needed.
It is shipped with Android 11 OS. The company promises three major Android OS upgrades along with four years of monthly security updates. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G powers the phone, providing the latest and fastest connectivity options. You get 6GB of memory and 128GB of internal storage, expandable through a microSD card. A 4630 mAh battery (with 18W wired and 15W wireless charging) backs up the Nokia XR20.
The hard and oversized shell also includes a side-facing thumbprint reader, a button mappable to any app, and a loud stereo speaker with OZO playback. We’re looking at a 6.67” IPS LCD with a Full HD resolution and 550 nits of peak brightness. Two LED flashes and two lenses are mounted on the back — 48MP f/1.8 wide and 13MP ultrawide cameras, to be specific. An 8MP sensor is embedded behind the selfie lens.
Nokia XR20 comes in Ultra Blue and Granite Grey and starts from $550 (~ Rs88,700.)