- It will be official on July 27.
- The official video showcases the resistance capability of the device.
- It also confirms some key specifications.
We are just a couple of hours away from the latest rugged phone of Nokia and the same will be dubbed as Nokia XR20. Before the official announcement of the smartphone, the company has shared the official advertisements of the device and the same confirms Its specifications along with the resistance capability. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming Nokia smartphone.
Going through the official videos of the upcoming Nokia XR20, we can see the legendary footballer Roberto Carlos is kicking and hitting the phone with football multiple times and the phone survived some heavy shots of the footballer. While the world freestyle champion, Lisa Zimouche juggles the phone, knocks off a few units with the ball, and drops another in a bowl of water. After watching the video, you will not doubt the resistance capability of the device.
We can also see that the upcoming Nokia smartphone is also survived a coffee spill and then a rinse under the tap. That’s not all, the Nokia smartphone also passes through multiple falls from different heights.
The latest videos also confirms some specifications of the upcoming Nokia Smartphone and it confirms that it will feature a centered punch hole and the bezels are slim but the chin is significantly thicker.
It also confirms that the upcoming Nokia device will feature an audio jack at the bottom alongside the USB-C port and speaker grille. There are also two holes at the bottom corner for a lanyard cable. The upcoming Nokia XR20 is also accommodating a red button at the top.
It is also coming with ZEISS lenses and the device features a dual camera set up on the back along with two LEDs.
So let’s wait for the official launch of the device and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.