The Nokia XV 5G has a lot to offer from a design and technical perspective. If you’re looking at the phone as purely an electronic device, then the phone’s glossy black screen may not impress you too much. It’s not like a lot of phones where you get a touch screen that’s just flat and doesn’t react to your fingertips. You can actually feel it in your hand. The Nokia XV is certainly a gorgeous phone, but it’s not the kind of phone where you get drawn into the phone just because it makes a good aesthetic design. So if you’re looking at the Nokia XV 5G as more of a luxury phone, then you’ll definitely want to check out this review.
The Nokia XV 5G phone New 2100 comes with a curved, flat Super AMOLED capacitance display, 1.8 inches Super AMOLED Super Clear Display, and equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass 7 for protection. The previous smartphone Nokia Curren Lite, on the other hand, was quite another different device. It had a single large, high definition Super AMOLED display, a very powerful chipset, a nice amount of memory, a few interesting features, and a very attractive price tag to it. In this Nokia XV 5G review, we’ll compare both phones side by side and see what each offers to the individual that wants a smartphone with everything.
The first thing that we’ll look at when comparing the two devices is how the company handles their network technology. While the Nokia models of old used some form of CDMA, now they use GSM/GPRS. This means that they’ve added another level of standardization across their range of products, allowing them to offer the best overall experience in terms of connectivity. Nokia has, however, retained their ability to offer great user experiences through their Boost, trance, and ring tones applications, which they introduced in the recent past. They also have a unique feature called MMS, which allows you to send images and videos to other users within your family with the tap of a button.
In terms of network technology, the Nokia XV 5G can download the same amount of data as the iPhone and Android. However, they are not as successful in terms of coverage. Nokia’s X Series has a little bit better network reach than the old XL and has introduced new connectivity options like BTE and OTT data. For example, T-Mobile and Vodafone offer BTE on their smartphones, but unfortunately not in the UK. Nokia has also introduced an excellent network facility called Zonets, which works really well in the UK and could compete with Vodafone in a few years time.
Nokia has brought out an interesting marketing strategy for its forthcoming smartphone – the Nokia XV. It has two variants, the base and the XL, and it is based on the X series. There will be three manufacturing facilities for this smartphone in India and one in China. The handset will be launched in two months from the 19th December, and it will be competing against the likes of Samsung, HTC and LG.
In the design department, Nokia has upped the ante with the launch of the Nokia XV 5G and has come out with some pretty innovative ideas. The body of the handset is made of metal alloys and has been crafted in a way that the bezel does not make the device bulky or awkward to hold. Rather, it has an angular design that lends it an elegant appeal. The sides are curved to add even more personality to the device. Under the bezel is a physical home key that makes it easier to access the phone’s keypad.
Nokia XV 5G Phone New Edition Key Features & Specifications:
- Status: Rumored. Not Available in the Local Mobile Market.
- Network Technology: GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE / 5G.
- SIM: Dual Nano-SIM.
- Display: 6.9” Inches Super AMOLED Full Touch Screen Display, which protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 7.
- Processor: Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform.
- Operating System: Android 12
- Memory: 8/10/12 GB RAM and 128/256/512 GB ROM.
- Camera: Quad 108 MP + 32 MP + 16 MP + 5 MP Rear Cameras and a 42 MP Front Camera.
- Battery: Li-Polymer 7550 mAh Non-removable.
- Sensor: Fingerprint, Face ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer.
- Fast battery charging (Quick Charge 4.0+)
- Wireless Charging Supported.
- USB 4.0
- IP69 certified (up to 2hrs in water 2m deep)
- Audio Jack: 3.5 mm (Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic).
Nokia XV 5G Phone New Edition 2021 Price:
The Price of XV 5G Phone New Edition will be set as Rs 85,900 for Indian People. It will be released on 19th December 2021. So, Wait for releasing this Nokia 5G Smartphone 2021 in your country.
With a full QWERTY keyboard, the phone comes with all the options one would expect from a smartphone. The power key is present, but it has been relocated to a much smaller area that is easy to access without even gripping the phone. On the top and back of the Nokia XV is the earpiece speaker system that is housed behind a plastic enclosure. This speaker system is nothing special, but it does provide good sound quality. On the other hand, the earpiece speaker is not really large, so it fails to provide a nice big sound boost like you would find on some handsets.
The phone comes with two earpieces, one for enhanced speaker phone functionality and the second to help take calls. A nice big dock connector is present too, which is perfect for charging up the Nokia XV. Overall, the Nokia XV is a nice handset with some unique features. It comes with a nice big screen, but unfortunately, it lacks some key facilities that other handsets have. The battery life is also less than impressive. The Nokia XV should have a lot more power compared to what it has, so that it could easily compete with the high end Android phones on the market.