Nokia phones came back strong under new leadership a few years ago, but then noticeably tailed off. The Nokia X21 5G is a new mid-range cell phone that could really pose a threat to Samsung’s Galaxy A53. But there is a small catch.

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Nokia X21 5G surfaced

If you want to buy a new mid-range smartphone with the Android operating system, you usually go for Samsung or Xiaomi. Another player could soon step into the ring. Because with the Nokia X21 5G, a very exciting mid-range cell phone is announced, which technically plays exactly in the league of the Galaxy A53 (test) from Samsung or Redmi Note 11 Pro from Xiaomi. The following technical data are under discussion:

The Nokia X21 5G is said to have a 6.7 inch 120Hz OLED display feature. This is now standard in the middle class and therefore competitive. The Snapdragon 695 should be used as the processor, which should have enough power in combination with up to 8 GB of RAM. Especially since Nokia uses almost pure Android, which doesn’t slow down the smartphones. However, there are still ambiguities with the processor. A Snapdragon 480 Plus could also be used. Then the mobile phone could no longer keep up.

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The Nokia X21 5G also has a lot to offer when it comes to the camera. A 64 MP main sensor is used. In addition, a 13 MP camera, which is not defined in detail. It is probably an ultra wide angle. Zeiss and PureView were involved in developing the camera, so that we should expect a good picture quality. The battery is also very large at 5,000 mAh.

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For comparison: The mid-range cell phones from Samsung:

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and A33 5G: Highlight presented

When is the Nokia X21 5G coming?

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Rumors about this smartphone have been circulating for a few weeks. So the performance shouldn’t be too long in coming. Concrete details are still missing. The same applies to price information. We’re definitely keeping an eye on the smartphone.