After its initial announcement in IFA Berlin a few weeks back, Nokia’s X30 handset is finally available for consumers in the UK, both for sale and as part of its Circular subscription service. This follows the phone’s availability in select European regions such as Germany and France, to name a couple.
The phone can be bought outright for either £399 or £439 depending on which storage variant you choose, or you can opt to pay a monthly fee via Circular, which for this phone amounts to £22 (plus an initial £30 set-up payment). There are of course other phones available through this method, though It should be noted that not all Nokia devices are available for purchase using the subscription service.
In terms of hardware, 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 back panel houses a dual-camera array with a 50MP wide and 13MP ultrawide lens, while the front comes with a 16MP selfie camera. The Nokia X30 also comes with a polycarbonate design with a metal frame around the edges, a design concept which Nokia hasn’t done in a while.
With that said, Nokia fans in the UK can now get their hands on the brand’s new budget champ.
Source: Nokia (GB)