Nokia X20 (TA-1341) to have an 8 GB RAM variant, listed in Russia

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After the Nokia 8.3 5G, the Nokia X20 is going to be the second 5G smartphone by Nokia Mobile. The name of the device was confirmed yesterday in a Geekbench test report, although the device was spotted on the testing site with the codename Quicksilver back in January this year.

As per Geekbench, Nokia X20 runs on Android 11, has 6 GB RAM, and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 480 5G processor. Now, a Russian retailer has listed a different variant of the Nokia X20 in Blue color with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage.

The listing includes other specifications as well, but I would recommend not to believe those because the retailer has added the specifications of Nokia 5.4 to the listings of both Nokia G10 and Nokia X20. It also reveals the first model number of the Nokia X20 that is TA-1341. So, the existence of the Nokia X20 (TA-1341) on the internet dates back to September 2020.

Not sure if the device was delayed or Nokia Mobile really applies for the certification of its products that early in Russia. The Nokia X20 (TA-1341) and Nokia G10 (TA-1334) were certified six months ago, along with Nokia 1.4 and Nokia 5.4 by EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission) in Russia.

Anyways, this is how the Nokia X20 looks like as of now:

  • Model: TA-1341 (Dual SIM)
  • Color: Blue
  • RAM: 6 GB, 8 GB
  • Storage: 128 GB
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G
  • OS: Android 11

I was wondering if the Nokia X20 was supposed to be the then-new Nokia 6 or Nokia 7. The processor does not fit that well for the Nokia 7 series, especially when we are well informed about the Nokia smartphone that will have the Snapdragon 690 5G chip. The chances of it belonging to the Nokia 6 series seems high to me, but then Nokia 6 series has 6 GB RAM at max in the Nokia 6.1 Plus while 4 GB in the Nokia 6.2.

Anyhow, the launch event will take place in 20 days from now. The duration is enough to expect more details to be revealed about the Nokia X20 and Nokia G10, or also about more new devices, if they exist.