Flip buildings with your smartphone

Nokia is hinting at the arrival of the very powerful XR20 smartphone. It basically reminds us of the past.

A long time ago, when you were just using a mobile phone for calls, texting and playing snake, Nokia was one of the biggest brands. phones They are known for their long battery life and extreme durability. Nowadays, we all have a smartphone and in no time there will be a crack in your screen. Nokia now comes with a device reminiscent of the past.

Nokia comes with a new phone

Nokia is hinting that it will be coming soon with the XR20. It’s the so-called rugged phone, or smartphone, that has to be able to take a beating. The existence of the device was accidentally leaked by Nokia itself on the company’s forum by showing a poster.

Unfortunately for Nokia, the company knows how to operate on the Internet. Before removing something, a number of people have already taken a screenshot, so that everyone can still see it. In the photo we see a rather thin phone covered in water splashes. Most likely we will see three cameras and a flash. This camera can be called striking, as it was still present with the X20. The main camera is supposed to be 48 MP and the front camera is 8 MP.

With a durable phone, it is important that it is dustproof and water-resistant. You have special ratings for it. This one will have IP68.


The specifications of the Nokia device are still unknown. I still know Tkradar Make an interesting estimate. The device may have a 6.7-inch screen with an FHD + panel and an LCD panel with a resolution of 2400 x 1080. Under the hood there is a Snapdragon 480 chip, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The phone may have a 4,630 mAh battery. Unfortunately, this does not guarantee that your phone can last for a week without charging, but that is normal in these days of smartphone age. Fortunately, with strength it has a strong property

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Nokia back to old habits: destroy buildings with your smartphone

The release date of the phone is still unknown, although the date of July 27 is approaching. Since Nokia has leaked the image now, it doesn’t seem to last long.

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Nokia back in the old ways: turn buildings around with your smartphone

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