NOKIA X30 5G: More about the free speakers deal in global markets, specifications mentioned

The NOKIA X30 5G phone is sold in the European markets. And now, it is also available in markets such as Australia. The brand decided to make it a sweet deal for prospective buyers. Only the Blue model of the NOKIA X30 5G is available in the Australian market. You can also get a free NOKIA portable wireless speaker with the phone. Other pricing as well as availability details have been shared by NOKIA in the global markets. The free speaker deal is being perceived well in the European as well as other global markets. The free speaker deal is the cherry on the cake.

Further, let’s have a look at the specifications of the NOKIA X30 5G phone.

Core Specifications

The phone is powered by Snapdragon 695. It has a 6.43 inches AMOLED screen. It has a refresh rate of 90 Hz. It is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. It has a 50 MP dual camera. It has AI and OIS, which stands for Optical Image Stabilization. It has a 13 MP ultrawide camera. The battery life is good. It can last up to two days. Fast charging is also enabled on this device. It has a 4200 mAh battery. It has 33W fast charging. The NOKIA X30 5G phone is compatible with 5G network connectivity. It also has a free three year warranty. Colors available in this phone model include Cloudy Blue and Ice White.

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