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Nokia XR20 and Nokia C30 were presented with large batteries

HMD Global today announced several new products, including Nokia XR20 and Nokia C30 smartphones, which focus on long battery life, the former also providing better protection. The motto in my mind: “Love, believe, persevere.” The company promises to provide years of software and security updates, and HMD Global believes that these updates should encourage users to choose its products and extend their usage time.

Nokia XR20 is the company’s first rugged smartphone that meets IP68 and MILSTD810G standards, which means it can withstand drops of up to 6 feet and soak in water and dirt for 1 hour without hurting itself. The company even recommends washing with soap when necessary.

In order to make the smartphone almost impeccable, rubber and durable materials are used; the screen is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus. A big advantage of Nokia XR20 is that its 6.67-inch IPS screen with FullHD+ resolution can respond to wet or dirty fingers, but unfortunately its refresh rate is 60 Hz. XR20 side-mounted fingerprint scanner, 3.5 mm headset Jack, microSD card slot and speaker with OZO technology. The main camera is a dual-sensor, 48 Mp + 13 Mp (should), integrated Zeiss optics, and provides OZO Spatial Audio Sound Capture with wind noise suppression.

Nokia XR20 is based on the Snapdragon 480, with 4/6 GB RAM and 64/128 GB storage; 8MP selfie camera and up to 512 GB microSD card slot. Android 11 runs on smartphones, and the company guarantees to upgrade to Android 12 and Android 13.The battery capacity is 4360mAh, 18W fast charging, 15W wireless charging. According to the manufacturer, a single charge should be enough for 2 days of work. However, you should always keep in mind that actual autonomy depends directly on usage. …Nokia XR 20 covers

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