The Nokia XR20 is here, following weeks of teases. It is an appealing device on the whole, but the folks at Nokia have done more; they call it life-proof, which basically means that it has been built to last for a while from the hardware and software point of view.
For instance, it is MIL-STD810H-certified, meaning it can survive drops from a 1.8-metre drop. It is also IP68 certified.
Nokia also says that the device will receive security updates for the next four years, as well as major OS upgrades from the next three years, effectively making it eligible for Android 15, or whatever it will be called then.
Here are the rest of its specifications:
|Protection||IP68 dust/water resistant |
Drop-to-concrete resistance from up to 1.8 m
|Screen||IPS LCD 6.67 inches |
1080 x 2400 pixels
|Chips||Snapdragon 480 5G (8 nm) |
|Memory||6/128 GB |
MicroSD slot available
48 MP Main
13 MP ultrawide
|Sound||Stereo speakers |
3.5 mm socket
|Security||Side-mounted fingerprint reader|
|Battery||4630 mAh |
15W wireless charging
|Colours||Ultra Blue, Granite Gray|
|Price||About KES 50000|