Last week an HMD Global VP revealed that the Nokia X30 is “coming soon to India”. Now it is confirmed that the phone will go on sale on February 20, which is Monday next week
The X30 was first unveiled in September, and among its standout features are its body’s construction using 65% recycled plastic and 100% recycled aluminum, as well as its 94% recycled paper retail box.
On the more technical front, the phone’s warranty states that it will receive three OS updates and three years’ worth of security updates (note: the X30 launched with Android 12). The device has a 4,200mAh battery with 33W wired charging, a 6.43″ 90Hz AMOLED display on the front with FHD+ resolution, a Snapdragon 695 processor, a 50MP main camera, and a 13MP ultra wide camera on the back.
Given that the X30’s global price was 65% higher than the G60’s, it is to be anticipated that the X30’s Indian price will be in the around 50,000.