Anonymous, 08 Oct 2023E-sim is supported? Tank you.Yes the variant with nano-sim and e-sim
There isbalso a variant dual sim
E-sim is supported? Tank you.
you think it will go up to Android 15?
Nokia number 1, 10 Aug 2023Excelent phone! Miss only wireless charging. Fast, light, compact and very good camera. Batter... moreSo far so good, but I honestly still can't digest the fact that there are no earphones or phone case in the package... These are additional expenses!
Excelent phone! Miss only wireless charging. Fast, light, compact and very good camera. Battery life is perfect. ***** stars
Leoppoisl, 05 Aug 2023It'll be good if Nokia brings at least a Snapdragon 7 or 700 series for some of their sma... moreWell I am happy with the chip they use now it's sufficient for the majority of people but a newer chip is always welcome of course
It'll be good if Nokia brings at least a Snapdragon 7 or 700 series for some of their smartphones
So, I went over the review looking for anything about eSIM & 5G connectivity. Can it run 5G on both SIMs?
jpn4, 21 May 2023For the price not many phones can beat this one with superior quality and simple and good look... moreThe difference is pretty obvious if you try to run anything demanding. For watching YouTube or WhatApp any phone will do.
For the price not many phones can beat this one with superior quality and simple and good looks.
The price drop is good news it makes this phone even more valuable for money and even I am a Galaxy S22 ULTRA user that's over twice as expensive as this phone you really won't miss a lot on it for sure. My friend has the X30 when we compare day to day use there's really no difference in speed or anything.
This has dropped in price alot looking more of a decent option now
DarlingYext, 02 Apr 2023It worths the extra 200 usd.Absolutely true the phone is worth the extra dollars
DarlingYext, 02 Apr 2023The Nokia X30 however has a much better main, and ultrawide camera.But $200 for those...is quite a price. Stock Android helps a lot with battery life and less bloatware is nice, but I am really can't decide what to pick next because X9a far cheaper.
I think I am gonna wait for X30 to fall in $400, if that ever happens.
Ra-Iri, 21 Mar 2023As much as I aim for this phone as my next, Honor X9a is now released for like $200 cheaper in... moreI have the phone since release it is very good worth the money I have the white color it looks good and updates every month
Nokia's revival in this survival.
As much as I aim for this phone as my next, Honor X9a is now released for like $200 cheaper in my country (Philippines) with the same processor and better screen.
I really am conflicted because Nokia offers a clean Android experience (which I totally like), but aside from that, the $200 difference really makes me conflicted.
I think being environmental is being affordable too...
HMD Nokias usually performs better than other phones of the competitor brands. I avoided a Xiaomi with better specifications for a HMD Nokia and didn't regret it.
There was no crapware, performance was very good for the specifications, could run PUBG from the SD card without lagging, design and make was very superior for the price, supported aptx audio, NFC and VOLTE etc.
The only downside was that HMD didn't let users reprogram the Google assistant button and there was no custom ROM cause HMD was (probably intentionally) too slow in releasing the firmware.
Nokia X30 is the best Android phone I have ever used and I love every aspect of it and I love it the most because of the electronic SIM support.