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Nokia X20 FCC certified, likely to launch on April 8


Last week, a report revealed the existence of a Nokia phone named the Nokia X20. Later, it was spotted at the Geekbench benchmarking platform. Today, the smartphone emerged in the database of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is speculated that HMD Global may announce the Nokia X20 smartphone through a launch event that is already set to take place on April 8.

The FCC documents reveal that the Nokia X20 (TA-1341 model number) smartphone measures 167mm diagonally, which indicates that it could be housing a display of around 6.2 inches. Since it is speculated to borrow its design from the Nokia 5.4, the handset may feature a punch-hole screen.

A schematic of the phone’s rear shell is also available in the FCC documents. It shows that the smartphone has a round-shaped camera housing. The handset does not feature a rear-facing fingerprint reader, which indicates that it could be incorporated with the power button. The FC listing has no other information on its specifications.


The Geekbench listing of the smartphone revealed that it will be equipped with Snapdragon 480 chipset, 6 GB of RAM, and Android 11 OS. The X20 is expected to offer users 128 GB of native storage, and it could be priced at 349 euros (~$412). The handset is likely to arrive in blue and sand colors.


The Nokia X10, which is expected to debut with X20 is also powered by the Snapdragon 480 chip and 6 GB of RAM. It could be priced at 299 euros (~$353) and it may come in white and green colors.



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