HMD Global’s new Nokia X20 will also not include a charger

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Nokia X20 by HMD GLOBAL

HMD Global recently announced the new Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 in addition to other devices. We just learned that the Nokia X20 will not include a charger in the box.

Even though we are in the face of a trend imposed by Apple, We are once again a bit confused before another brand that gets on the bandwagon of not including a basic element so that we can handle ourselves daily with our smartphone.

No charger for Nokia X20

So you can start thinking about buying a charger for this new Nokia. And it is that confirmed the news from the same product page of the Nokia X20, where in the sustainability section it is mentioned that the device will not include a wall charger in the box.

Nokia X20 without charger

The manufacturer is justified by the discourse of sustainability, very understandable on the other hand, which goes hand in hand with the same one used by Apple in the presentation of the iPhone 12. The objective is to reduce the environmental impact that this series of elements can have, which are still included by many brands in their mobiles .

The Nokia X20 will start with a price of 379 euros For the base model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, it will feature a 6.67-inch Full HD + screen, 4,470mAh battery, and a 4-lens setup on the rear for photography.

At the moment it is unknown if HMD Global will follow this same policy of sustainability to the rest of the mobiles that it is launching on the market, although one thing is clear to us, it is quite certain that it will not be the last to put aside the charger so as not to include it in the box of a new mobile.

It will be the month of June when the Nokia X20 finally arrives to the stores accompanied by the Nokia X10 of which, for now, it is known that it will include a charger.

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