Nokia Mobile shared the prices of the latest Nokia smartphones, C10/20, G10/20, and X10/20 for Ireland, and some for Aussies. It is strange to see that the prices are being announced five days after the main event, but it is better than never.
Our good friends from TechbuzzIreland shared the prices of the latest Nokia devices, in case you are interested in any of them. In case you are, you’ll be glad to know that the Nokia X20 will be available in Ireland starting mid-May in Midnight Sun and Nordic Blue color options and comes in 6/128GB and 8/128GB configurations. You’ll be able to order it from Nokia.com and Harvey Norman, for €349. The device is unlocked and so coming without a SIM.
The second-best to Nokia X20, or the Nokia X10, will be coming to Ireland in June. The device is going to be available in Forest, and 6/64GB configuration. This phone will also be available from Nokia.com and Harvey Norman starting at €299.
The more affordable Nokia G20 will be available in Ireland starting in June in Night color. The device will be available as a 4/64GB version from Tesco and Eir, starting from €149. The Nokia G10 will be coming to Ireland in June. You’ll be able to pick it up in two color options, Night and Dusk, and in 3/32GB configuration. Nokia.com webshop will be offering it from €119.
The Nokia C20 will be available in Ireland in June in Sand and Dark Blue as a 1/16GB variant. Nokia.com will be selling it from €89.
Nokia Mobile won’t be sending Nokia X20 and many others Down Under just yet, or I couldn’t get the right info about it. But, our reader Jett Appleby (thanks a bunch!) shared the availability and prices for Nokia G10, which is going to be the only one available in April.
The Nokia G10 will be available in Night and Dusk (3 GB/32 GB variant), and it will be on sale from Thursday, 29th April at JB Hi-Fi, Officeworks, The Good Guys, Big W, and online at the Nokia mobile website, from $199 RRP.
The Nokia C20 and G20 are also coming to Australia, but the pricing and availability will be announced in the coming weeks. Strangely, the best that Nokia announced will not yet be available Down Under, but hopefully, we’ll have more info soon.
By the way, for all the Aussies here, do check funny podcast about Nokia devices called Nokia Chronicles with a lot of Nokia topics and a bit of reverb there also. The podcast is about old Nokia phones, so do get prepared for an emotional surge. Two funny Australian Nokia fans, Adrian Hughes and Justin Cohen, published it on Spotify, but you can check it for free online.