Nokia challenges other smartphone cameras stating “Selfie game is strong with the Nokia X30 5G”

Today at 7:00 PM on Twitter Nokia tweets about its Nokia X30 5G camera stating” Selfie game is strong with the Nokia X30 5G.”

Nokia highlights the camera and its features of its lately released Nokia X30 5G during the time when people are more interested in taking their selfies. The 6.43 inches smartphone features 16 MP with f/2.4.

This camera has features like:

Night mode 2.0: Advanced night mode to capture a clean, natural, and balanced night view with breathtaking details.

Tripod Mode: Automatically enabled when the device is steady or mounted on a tripod, to capture long exposure and best quality night shot.

Dark Vision: Automatically enabled in the extremely dark environment to capture amazing details when human eyes can barely see.

AI Portrait: Enhance facial details with AI technology.

Other smartphone features

Specs Nokia X30 5G
Display 6.43 inches

1080 x 2400 pixels

405 ppi

OS This one supports Android 12
Processor This has Qualcomm SM6375 Snapdragon 695 5G
Network type 5G
Camera It has Front: Single, 16MP f/2.4

Rear: Two 50MP f/2.4 + 13MP f/2.4

Memory 128GB 6GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM
Battery 4200 mAh
Color Cloudy Blue, Ice White





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