Nokia X30 will be available for purchase in the Philippines starting October 28

27. 10. 2022 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Reviews / Exact time: BST / Print this page

N okia's recently announced Nokia X30 5G smartphone powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, which carries a 5G modem and Adreno 619 GPU, will be available in another country on the Asian continent.

On the front is a respectable 6.43-inch FHD+ screen that uses a trendy AMOLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. The under-display fingerprint reader comes with a Snapdragon 695 CPU, 6 or 8GB of RAM, and 128 or 256GB of storage, squeezed into a sleek-looking chassis made from 100% recycled aluminum and 65% recycled plastic. back panel closes. There's Gorilla Glass Victus on the front to reduce scratches and scuffs, and the entire product is IP67 dust and water resistant to protect against rain.

Country Price (Expected)
1. Nokia X30 5G Price in Canada 650 CAD
2. Nokia X30 5G Price in Australia 742 AUD
3. Nokia X30 5G Price in Bangladesh 48732 BDT
4. Nokia X30 5G Price in Nigeria 186638 NGN
5. Nokia X30 5G Price in Mexico 9543 MXN
6. Nokia X30 5G Price in Russia 29498 RUB
7. Nokia X30 5G Price in UAE 1766 AED
8. Nokia X30 5G Price in Hong Kong 3775 HKD
9. Nokia X30 5G Price in Brazilian 2543 BRL
10. Nokia X30 5G Price in Argentin 74890 ARS
11. Nokia X30 5G Price in Switzerland 476 CHF
12. Nokia X30 5G Price in Japan 70244 JPY
13. Nokia X30 5G Price in Madagascar 2 055600 MGA
14. Nokia X30 5G Price in Tanzania 1 122659 TZS
15. Nokia X30 5G Price in Hungary 197059 HUF
15. Nokia X30 5G Price in South Korea 682239 KRW
17. Nokia X30 5G Price in Saudi Arabia 1806 SAR
18. Nokia X30 5G Price in Colombia 2 315475 COP
19. Nokia X30 5G Price in Paraguay 3 502501 PYG
20. Nokia X30 5G Price in Peru 1912 PEN
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This plastic feels surprisingly premium, and the metal frame feels nice and cool to the touch. The fingerprint sensor built into the display is also a welcome addition. With its 6.43-inch screen, it is quite pocket-friendly. The 2400×1080 panel uses AMOLED technology, which provides excellent contrast and vivid colors, although the average brightness is in the mid-400 nits. It peaks at 700 nits, but we still struggled to see the screen at Nokia's outdoor display area. The 90Hz refresh rate is a welcome middle ground: we'd much prefer this to a more thorough 60Hz, even if the smoother 120Hz is more common among similarly priced rivals.

Perhaps the X30 excels in cameras. The 13-megapixel ultra-wide secondary snapper looks like standard fare, but the main lens gets a 50-megapixel sensor that packs plenty of detail. Nokia has also added a new Capture Fusion mode that uses the main sensor to enhance the clarity of ultra-wide images. The cropped and enlarged image from the main sensor is combined with the ultra-wide image, so the center of the image is clearer and more detailed. At least that's the idea: we'll have to spend a lot more time with the phone to see if the stitching is obvious, or if more expensive phones can give a run for their money when it comes to wide-angle shots.

We're fans of Nokia's 3-3-3 year warranty policy, the Android updates and security patches that ensure the X30 5G has a long life ahead of it - even if the first owner doesn't actually see it all. it's over. Nokia reckons it's also tested the battery for multiple charge cycles, so it shouldn't fade as quickly as some rivals. This could be useful as it only has a 4200mAh cell. Even with a fairly moderate CPU, this can't mean long battery life.

The Nokia X30, a Snapdragon 600 series smartphone, is priced at a whopping PHP 27,990 (GBP 415, EUR 481, USD 481 and INR 39615). It will be available in Nokia stores and dealers both online and offline on October 28.

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