With the Nokia X30 5G, Nokia is here to demonstrate that it is still making compelling smartphones. The IFA is underway, and Nokia wants to make a splash with its newest products. The Nokia X30 5G, the company’s newest premium-mid-range device, has been made public. This phone guarantees to provide a high-end experience at a competitive price. We gave this phone the Best of IFA award because it combines premium features with a reasonable price.
A FEW FLAGSHIP FEATURES UP THE NOKIA X30 5G’S SLEEVE Starting with the design, it is obvious that HMD Global gave this phone a lot of time and consideration. The design is rather good; it ranks right up there with devices like the Galaxy A23 5G. 65% of the plastic used to make the back is recycled. It does, however, have a 100% recycled aluminum alloy frame. Additionally protected by an aluminum casing is the camera model.
Looking at the display, we can see that it differs from some of the other Nokia phones that have lately been released. There is a more subdued punch hole front and center on the display rather than a tear-drop notch. It boasts an FHD display that is a respectably sized 6.43-inch OLED with a resolution of 2400 x 1080. This OLED display, the company’s first in three years, boasts a commendable 90Hz refresh rate and a maximum brightness of 700 nits.
Advertisement The fingerprint scanner on the Nokia X30 5G is located beneath the display, in keeping with this phone’s design. This is a fantastic feature for a mid-range phone.
THIS PHONE SHOULD PERFORM WELL FOR YOU Moving on, you can anticipate solid performance from the phone’s power source. The Snapdragon 695 5G SoC powers the Nokia X30 5G. Although it is not Qualcomm’s most powerful mid-range CPU, it is still very capable. Additionally, it allows the phone to detect sub-6 5G signals for lightning-fast internet.
Based on the model, this phone has either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. There are also storage options with 128GB and 256GB, which is about normal for a premium mid-ranger.
Advertisement THE DUAL-CAMERA SETUP ON THIS PHONE The Nokia X30 5G has two cameras on its back. A 50MP primary camera with an f/1.8 aperture is present. The camera will likely be reduced to about 12MP. We’re looking at a 13MP ultrawide camera with an f/3.06 aperture for the other camera.
IT FEATURES A REASONABLY SIZED BATTERY A respectable 4,200mAh battery powers this phone and keeps the lights on. With light to moderate use, it should be sufficient to get you through the day. Given its high power efficiency, the Snapdragon 695 should increase battery life. With 33W of power, you can charge your phone if you need to.
It will cost $530 to purchase this phone if you’re interested. It is debuting today.