Nokia has launched its new X-series of smartphones, that includes the X10 and X20. Both phones run on the Snapdragon 480 5G-enabled chipset, with up to 6GB RAM on the X10 and up to 8GB RAM on the X20. Both devices also feature 6.67-inch FHD+ LCD displays, but differ when it comes to optics. While the X20 gets a 64MP quad camera setup on the back, while the X10 features a 48MP quad camera setup. On the battery front, both get a 4,470mAh unit with 18W charging, and both also come with stock Android 11 and 3 years of OS and security updates. The Nokia X10 starts from €310, while the X20 starts from €350, but there's no official word on if and when they'll be launched in India.