There has been an important development regarding Nokia recently announced X20 phone. According to a statement on Nokia’s website, this device will not have a charger in the box. The decision that is likely to react is put into the protection of the environment like other companies.
Continuing its work within HMD Global, Nokia introduced its new 5G-supported phone X20 at an event it organized recently. The phone had an advantageous structure in terms of bringing Nokia consumers together with 5G. However, according to a statement on Nokia’s website, this phone will come with a big missing. It seems that Nokia has involved in the issue of not getting a charger out of the box, which has on the rampage recently.
Following Apple, Nokia is ditching Charger from Nokia X20 Box.
Nokia X20 Cost €350 ($420), comes with Snapdragon 480 CPU, and Icing on the Cake, you'll need to buy Charger separately… pic.twitter.com/MkjvXtgjHO
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Nokia X20 Doesn’t Come With A Charger In The Box
On the official listing page of the X20, it stated that if this phone purchased, there will no charger in the box. On the other hand, Nokia officials stated that a case designed from 100 percent natural and soluble material has prepared for the phone, and thus, Nokia has taken an important step to protect the ecological balance.
Although there are different opinions on this issue, every company that launched this application says that the main reason for removing the charger from the box is to reduce electronic waste and make our planet more livable. However, this is not the case on the consumer front. Many argue that the main reason for taking the charger out of the box is to reduce the cost.
To give some information about the Nokia X20; This device has a 6.67-inch screen with FHD + resolution, Snapdragon 480 5G processor, up to 8 GB of RAM, and up to 128 GB of storage space. The price of the phone, which offers a battery capacity of 4,470 mAh, announced as $ 415. A phone with these features can purchase for $ 415 as of next month.