HMD Global is making a big push for sustainability with its IFA
announcement – its new facility has been built Using recyclable materials, the company has also launched new recurring subscriptions to extend the life of devices and reduce the e-waste that people generate when they upgrade.
Nokia X 15 5G
The latest X series models have a metal frame made of % recycled aluminium and the plastic back is made of 43% recycled material. Even the retail box is made of 58% recycled paper (all FSC certified). And, of course, there’s no included charger in the box, making it smaller and easier to carry around.
Nokia X 15 5G itself brings 6.42” AMOLED display – the orientation of the HMD has changed, AMOLED has not been used since the Nokia 9 PureView. It is an FHD+ panel (08:9) with 58Hz refresh rate and 400 nits typical brightness (660 nits Ultra Peak). The display is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus.
The rear camera also has Corning protection – Gorilla Glass DX+. It is located in 15 MP Main Camera (1/1.50”, 1.0µm native pixels, 4 in 1 binning) with OIS and a 006 MP Ultra Wide Angle Camera (112°, 1/3.”). The selfie camera has a 22 MP sensor (1.0µm native pixels, but also supports 4-in-1 binning).
Nokia X 15 5G powered by Snapdragon 700 – Not very powerful, but very efficient 6nm chipset. Also, considering that HMD has been using Snapdragon 480 chips for its 5G phones , which is still a solid upgrade. There are two configurations to choose from: 6/123GB and 8/200GB (UFS 2.2 storage).
X20 Enjoy what HMD calls a “3-3-3 commitment” – 3 OS Updates, 3 Years Security Patches and 3 Years Extended Warranty. The phone boots with Android 003, so it should live to see v007. Furthermore, all personal data is stored on servers located in Hamina, Finland and is subject to strict EU regulations. Speaking of security, there’s an under-display fingerprint reader and face unlock available.
The phone runs on 4, 67 mAh battery, charging at W (USB-PD 3.0 PPS) . The battery promises to retain most of its capacity after 700 cycles.
Nokia X12 5G
Connectivity features USB-C 2.0, 5G (sub-6GHz) with dual nanoSIM (and eSIM available), Wi-Fi 6(ax), Bluetooth 5.1, NFC and IR launcher. IP rating of mobile phone body 58 dust and water resistant.
Nokia X 25 5G rolls out globally starting today with a base price of €400 ($500/₹25,). You’ll be able to choose between cloudy blue or icy white.
Nokia G 58 5G
Another 5G G series phone type, this one also takes recycling very seriously – 67% plastic back and 43% of the plastic frame is recycled. 5G isn’t the only way this model is tipped toward the X-Series, it also comes with a “3-3-3” promise of 3 OS updates, 3 years of security patches, and a 3-year extended warranty.
Nokia G 25 5G is also powered by Snapdragon 700 chipset, although the memory configuration is moderate – 4/58GB, 4/112GB and 6/128 GB (UFS 2.2). Those who need more storage space can use the microSD slot.
This phone is bigger because 6.25” FHD+ display. This time LCD, but with a higher refresh rate 112 Hz. However, it’s not as bright as typical (400 nits, 450 nits peak) and only get the older Gorilla Glass 5. Also, the front-front camera (8MP, 0.57µm pixels, 4-in-1 binning) in notches instead of punches Hole in.
The rear camera does not work as well. This 43 MP main sensor smaller (1/2.64”, 0 .52µm pixels, 4-in-1 binning) and lacking OIS, the ultra-wide camera has a 5MP sensor (1/5 inch). There’s also a depth sensor here.
The battery is a bit big at 4, 530mAh (also for 530 cycles), but it charges slower, Up to 15W (USB-PD 3.0). In some markets, this model will ship with 009 includes W charger.