The Nokia X30 has started making the rounds in global markets recently with a retail price ranging between $470 – $580 depending on where you live. On the other side of the isle sits the Nokia G60, which its $300+ starting price while sharing the same SD695 processor inside. So is it worth spending the extra dough on the X30? Who is each phone designed for? This video tries to answer this question:
I have been carrying both of these devices on a daily basis since I started a full time job recently which heavily requires using the phones quite often, whether it comes to GPS, making phone calls, or capturing images. Both of these devices slot in different niches, though the G60 might have a more broad appeal due to its focus on practicality, and its more accessible price point. Having said that, naturally the more expensive X30 appeals better to my needs. Its stunning more compact design and built and fantastic all around camera ticks the 2 main boxes I usually look for in a phone. But at this point in time, I think the software optimization needs a bit of work to get rid of some of the visual glitches that aren’t present on the more affordable G60.
Which one of these would you go for, Nokia X30 or Nokia G60 and why? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.