Nokia X20 5G

Nokia X20 5G image
  • Android

    Android 11

  • Camera

    64MP, f1.79 (wide) Camera
    5MP, f2.2 (ultra-wide) Camera
    2MP, f2.4 (macro) Camera
    2MP, f2.4 (depth) Camera
    32MP, f2.0 Front camera

  • Network

    3G, 4G, 5G
    VoLTE support
    Emergency Alert enabled

  • Processor

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 (Octa Core 2GHz + 1.8GHz) Processor

  • Memory

    6 GB RAM
    128 Internal Storage
    512 via external SD card (sold seperately)

  • Battery

    4470 mAh capacity

 Designed to last longer, the Nokia X20 is made to love, trust and keep for many tomorrows.

The sleek, Nordic design boasts 5G connectivity, a great battery life, and 3 year warranty.

Also included is a 100% compostable case in the box - designed to protect your phone now, and disappear later.

Warranty info: In the unlikely event that something goes wrong with your new phone, we offer a minimum 24 month warranty on all purchases. If the manufacturer warranty is longer than 24 months then we’ll honour that too! This means that if you’re covered by warranty or the Consumer Guarantees Act, we’ll fix your phone for free or we’ll give you a new replacement one! See here for more information.

Note: Skinny Mobile 5G is available in certain areas within New Zealand. 5G speeds vary based conditions and location. For details on 5G support, please see Spark's 5G website.

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Full Price: $579
$16.08per month
Over 36 months with a 4-weekly Endless mobile plan, mobile plan paid for separately.
Gem Visa: Total repayments $579 (excluding fees)
Finance with Gem Visa. $52 Annual fee and $55 Establishment fee for new customers, also apply. Prevailing interest rate (currently 25.99% p.a.) applies to any remaining balance on the expiry of the interest free term.
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