Nokia X30, G11 Plus, T10 and new Originals now available in Australia

The Nokia X30 is now available to pre-order in Australia via the Nokia shop and Telstra in Australia. The phone will retail for 799 AUD and 899 AUD depending on where you buy the device as they come in different variants. The variant that Telstra is offering is the 6 GB RAM and 128 GB ROM version and will be available in cloudy blue for 799 AUD for outright payment. The good thing is that the offer includes a Nokia portable wireless speaker 2. Orders from Telstra will ship on October 25th 2022

If you are interested in the Telstra version you can check it out here 


The Nokia X30 is also available from the Nokia shop in Australia in the 8GB ram 256 ROM configuration for 899 AUD in blue. However, the more interesting ice is out of stock at this time. Orders will ship from the 18th of October 2022. If you are interested you can check out the product here.

The Nokia X30 should also be available via the usual retail channels in JB HI FI, Harvey Norman, Officeworks The good guys etc soon.




The Nokia G11 Plus is also available to order in Australia via Telstra In grey For 279 AUD as an outright option. If you are interested you can check it out here

Three new feature phones are now available in Australia, the Nokia 2660, Flip 8210 4g, and 5710 XA. The cute Nokia 2660 Flip is available for 149 AUD in Black, Blue, and Red. It also comes bundled with a Nokia charging cradle. You can check the offer out here. The Nokia 8210 4g is now available in Dark Blue, Sand, and Red for 129 AUD. The most interesting feature phone Nokia Mobile brought to the market, the Nokia 5710 XA, is also available for 149 AUD in Black and White and you can check the offer here.

The Nokia T10 is available in Ocean Blue for 319 AUD. You can get this basic tablet from the official Nokia Webshop along with essential accessories.


I am happy to see Nokia phones available from Australian telcos on day one which is an improvement. Nokia X30 is rather interesting and this phone is a step in the right direction for HMD Global. However, many Nokia fans will want to see something more sophisticated since Nokia Mobile showed it is capable of doing nice midrangers.