A few weeks ago, Nokia finally introduced its latest batch of smartphones at IFA Berlin, bringing a new wave of budget and midrange smartphone hardware to Nokia fans the world over. With that said, the much-anticipated X30 is unfortunately still not available in certain regions, although it has been spotted in a handful of online marketplaces in Europe.
According to some much-welcome information from the folks over at Nokiamob, it seems that the phone is now available for purchase in Austria and Germany for 519 Euros via Nokia’s website, which will get you the basic model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The X30 is also available for online purchase in other EU regions like France and Italy, to name a couple. 539 Euros will get you the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage model in the latter region, while the same configuration will go for 549 Euros in France.
The Nokia X30 comes with a Qualcomm 695 5G chipset, NFC, micro-SD storage expansion, and a 4,200 mAh battery with support for 33W fast-charging. The rear panel houses the dual-camera array with a 50MP wide and 13MP ultrawide lens, while the front comes with a 16MP selfie camera. The phone also features a plastic design with a metal frame around the edges, a design concept which Nokia hasn’t visited since 2017-2018.