Nokia X30 5G smartphone price lowered by Rs.12000 in India, now available for Rs.36,999

In the month of February this year, the well-known brand Nokia introduced a new smartphone in its X series- Nokia X30 5G. It is claimed to be the most eco-friendly smartphone to date since it is built with 100% recycled aluminum and 65% recycled plastic.  At the time of its launch, the device was made available for Rs.48,999 in India but now this device has received a price drop.

Nokia X30 5G: Pricing

The device is now available in the Indian market just for Rs.36,999 for its single storage configuration. The price of this smartphone has been lowered by Rs.12,000 and the lowered price will be reflected on the company’s official website and also on Amazon.

Nokia X30 5G: Specifications

The device features a 6.43-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 1080*2400 pixels, and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G. The smartphone offers 8GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage. It comes with a 4200 mAh battery ( up to 2-day battery life) supporting 33W fast charging. The device packs up a dual rear camera set up of a 50MP main camera and a 13MP ultra wide-angle camera. It also features a 16 MP front camera.

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