HMD Global has announced that the sale of its upcoming Nokia X30 5G smartphone in India will begin on February 20. In a tweet, Nokia Mobile India revealed the sale date but kept the launch date a mystery. The announcement comes days after HMD Global’s Sanmeet Kochhar, vice president for India and MENA, teased the launch of the Nokia X30 5G and that it is made of recycled materials. His announcement also lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for wearing a jacket made of recycled materials. Also Read - Nokia X30 5G review: Still a long way to go to make heads turn
According to the tweet, the Nokia X30 5G is coming soon to India. It will come with three years of Android OS upgrades and three years of security updates. The announcement also has a photo of the Nokia X30 5G, but since this phone was launched in September last year, we are familiar with both design and specifications. HMD Global is expected to announce the launch date soon since the sale is commencing next week. Also Read - Nokia X30 5G launched in India at Rs 48,999: Alternatives to consider buying
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— Nokia Mobile India (@NokiamobileIN) February 14, 2023
Nokia X30 5G specifications and features
The specifications of the Nokia X30 5G include a 6.43-inch FullHD OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. On the back of the phone, there is a 50-megapixel main camera with OIS and a 13-megapixel ultrawide camera. On the front, there is a 16-megapixel camera. The Nokia X30 5G is made out of 100 percent recycled aluminium, but its retail box is also made up of 94 percent recycled paper with a certification from the Forest Stewardship Council.
The Nokia X30 5G is available for a starting price of £399 in the UK and €529 in Germany. But with the Circular subscription, it will cost £25 a month in the UK with a startup fee of £30. HMD Global may launch the Circular subscription in India, but nothing is clear at the moment.