Nokia teased the India launch of G60 last week, and today the company announced its pricing and availability details. The Nokia G60 comes in a single 6GB/128GB memory configuration in India with two color options - Black and Ice.
The Nokia G60 is priced at INR29,999 ($362/€365) and can be pre-booked at leading retail outlets and Nokia's official website till November 7, with open sales beginning at selected retail counters, Nokia.com, and online portals from November 8. Nokia is also offering the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite worth INR3,599 ($43/€44) with the G60 for free as a part of the limited-time offer.
The Nokia G60 is built around a 6.58" 120Hz FullHD+ LCD with a notch for the 8MP selfie camera. And around the back, it has a 50MP primary camera accompanied by 5MP ultrawide and 2MP depth units.
The G60 has the Snapdragon 695 SoC under the hood with a 4,500 mAh battery that's charged through a USB-C port at up to 20W. The smartphone boots Android 12 and comes with the promise of three Android version upgrades and three years of monthly security updates. Additionally, Nokia is offering a free two-year warranty instead of the usual one-year warranty for the G60's users in India.
The rest of the Nokia G60's highlights include 5G connectivity, an IP52 rating, and a side-mounted fingerprint reader for biometric authentication.
The Nokia G60 was unveiled in September with the X30, but it's unclear if and when Nokia will launch the X30 in India. While we await more details about the X30's India availability, you can read our Nokia G60 hands-on here to learn more about it and head this way for the X30's hands-on.
Sd695 at ₹30000. I waited long for this phone but seeing its price I brought realme 10 Pro 5G at ₹19000. Same processor, larger battery and much more with lesser price.
Was waiting for X30, First i thought the price of this phone is 20k or max to max 20,999 but if g60 price is 30k then X30 will be of 45-50k. I thought X30 will be max 35-36k but no i have to wait one more year to buy X30. WTF! Then the price of rug...