Nokia X20 Pricing and Specs Spotted on FCC

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The Nokia X20 5G is said to have been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and is also reported to be printed in India’s IMEI database, suggesting a launch in India. Nokia brand licensee HMD Global hasn’t released official information about smartphones but could hold an event on April 8th to launch smartphones with the rumored Nokia G10. The Nokia X20 5G was previously discovered on Geekbench and claimed to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC. It may run on off-the-shelf Android 11.

The FCC list showed the phone with model number TA-1341 (believed to be Nokia X20) with a 5G connection, first discovered by MySmartPrice. These documents also show the back panel of Nokia mobile phones, revealing that the rumored Nokia X205G may have a circular rear camera module. In addition, promoter Mukul Sharma posted a photo on Twitter and posted the same TA-1341 model smartphone in the IMEI database in India. If the model belongs to the Nokia X20, the list means that the smartphone may soon be available in India.

Nokia X20 Price

Nokia Power User reports that the 6GB + 128GB storage version of the smartphone costs € 349. It will be released with the Nokia G10 on April 8th.

Nokia X20 Specifications

The Nokia X20 specification demonstrates that the FCC and IEMI list do not disclose any information about Nokia X20 5G, the GEEKBENCH listing of the mobile phone indicates that the phone can take 6GB RAM and run on Android 11. The Nokia pole user mentioned above reported that the phone will have another variant of 8GB RAM. In addition, smartphones can be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G SoC.

It provides 64GB and 128GB of storage options. The report also mentioned that Nokia X20 can be set with four million pixels, 5-megapixel Ultra wide, 2MP-pixel depth and 2 Megapixel macro camera. It may have a 16-megapixel front selfie shooter. The phone is said to be equipped with a 4500mAh battery and can quickly charge up to 10W. Please note that the prices and specifications at this time are speculations and you will need to add a little salt.

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