According to the latest GeekBench running score library information, the Nokia X30 is testing the Android 13 version update. After upgrading to the Android 13 version, the single-core score is 657 points and the multi-core score is 1920 points. There is basically no difference between the above single-core/multi-core scores and Android 12.
The Nokia X30 was released in September this year. The biggest highlight is the use of environmentally friendly materials. The metal frame is made of 100% recycled aluminum, while the plastic back is made of 65% recycled materials.
The Nokia X30 5G phone features a 6.43-inch AMOLED display featuring an FHD+ panel (20:9) with a 90Hz refresh rate and 450 nits typical brightness (700 nits peak). Covered with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. The phone features under-display fingerprint recognition and face unlock.
The rear camera also has Corning Gorilla Glass DX+ protection. Features a 50MP main camera (1/1.57-inch, 1.0µm native pixels, 4-in-1 with OIS) and a 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera (123°, 1/3.06-inch). The selfie camera features a 16MP sensor (1.0µm native pixels, also supports 4-in-1).
The Nokia X30 5G is available globally starting today, with a basic price of 530 euros (about 3662.3 CNY) and a cloudy blue or ice white color scheme.