The Nokia X30 5G is a £399 mid-range smartphone boasting planet-saving design, 50MP camera tech and respectable specs. This hands-on review shows off the Nokia X30 5G’s main features, stay tuned for a more in-depth video!
That specification isn’t bad for this price, although the performance isn’t as tight as some other phones from Nothing and Poco. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 695 runs the show, so you’ll be able to enjoy some light gaming on PubG, CODM etc. Just don’t expect to run Genshin Impact with a smooth frame rate.
The Nokia X30 5G serves up a simple dual lens rear camera, with a 50MP primary sensor. This includes an updated night mode and plenty of other typical features, although no 4K video recording.
You also have a water-resistant IP67 design, while the 4200mAh battery should hopefully see you through a full day. The Nokia X30 5G has an OLED screen but only mono speakers, and there’s no microSD memory card support to expand that storage. Thankfully you’ll get at least 128GB space if you pay that £399 UK asking price.
Nokia X30 5G Hands-On Review Chapters:
0:00 – Get on with it!
0:34 – Design
2:01 – Features
2:47 – Display & audio
3:13 – Performance & gaming
4:14 – Battery
4:40 – Cameras
5:21 – Byyyeeeeee
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