Nokia’s line up of phones was starting to get complicated with numbers and decimals, so in 2021, it decided to simply things with a C, G and X range of devices.
The Nokia X10 is one of these new breed of devices, with an X20 sitting alongside it and slightly higher specced.
Nokia says that the X series pushes boundaries and now represents a sort of top tier for Nokia devices. So what do you actually get?
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