HMD Global has launched new Nokia smartphones with 6 Android devices set to hit the market.
The new phones are split into three series namely; the high-end X-series, intermediate G-series, and entry-level C-series and two handsets per series.
In the launch, HMD changed its naming convention for smartphones from the decimal system to the alphanumeric one.
The X-series comprises of Nokia X20 and X10 which uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G mobile platform, a 6.67-inch Full HD+ display, Android 11, and the Android One interface.
The prices of the X20 will start at $415 while the X10 will start at $370.
On the other hand, the Nokia G-series comprises of G20 and G10. The G-20 prices start at $190 with the G10 going for $165.
Additionally, the C-series comprises of C10, retailing at $89, and the C20 retailing at $105.
The company is also launching cheap earbuds in Charcoal or Polar Sea. The Nokia Lite Earbuds wireless earbuds will have enough battery power to last 36 hours.
The earbuds in a pocket-size case have easy-to-learn touch controls for music, voice assistant, and calls.
All these phones are 5G enabled with the Android 11 Operating System.