Nokia X10 5G Available in Kenya for KES 35K

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HMD Global, the company behind Nokia phones and tablets, has officially launched the Nokia X10 in Kenya. X10 is a 5G device in their X series, also part of 5 other smartphones announced this year in April.

The company promises durability, quality, and refinement in the device that comes with a 100% compostable case.

 Here are the top specifications you should look forward to testing, for confirmation if the price tag slapped on the device matches up the performance. 


Cameras 

At the back of the phone is a 48MP quad-camera with renowned ZEISS Optics and practical AI imaging. The Quad set-up has a 5MP ultra-wide, 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro.

The front-facing camera will afford you 8MP shots. A full suite of pro editing and colour grading tools which include Cinema mode, Portrait mode, and ZEISS Flares to boost stylish content are available.

Nokia X10’s all-new Dual-Sight multi-cam mode lets you video with two cameras at once, so you can capture both sides of the action from multiple angles. You can also add watermarks to your pictures

Screen

Nokia X10 has a wide 6.67” screen that will let you view content in brilliant Full HD+ resolution. The screen is also an easy-to-navigate edge-to-edge punch-hole display.

Storage

You get two variants for storage here; 6GB RAM/64GB storage, 6GB RAM/128 GB storage configurations. The latter is the one that is available in Kenya.

Battery 

HMD Global promises that their Li-Po 4470 mAh non-removable battery in the Nokia X10 can last you up to two days on a single charge.

Security 

The Nokia X10 has a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side of the device.

The Nokia X10 is now available in mobile retail stores, Safaricom shops, Mobile Hub, Anisuma, and Jumia; and comes in Forest and Snow colour options.


The device runs on Android 11 powered by the latest Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 480 5G Mobile Platform

The phone will retail at KES 35,000 and will receive three years of monthly security updates and a total of three OS upgrades


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