About Nokia X10

Nokia X10 was announced on April 08, 2021.

  • Display: 6.67 inch, FHD+ LCD punch hole display, 1080x2400 Resolution,
  • Network Technology: GSM / WCDMA / LTE / 5G
  • OS: Android™ 11 (3 years of upgrades)
  • Dimensions: 168.94 x 79.7 x 9.1 mm
  • Memory: 64GB 6GB RAM
  • Main Camera: 48 MP (Main Camera), 2 MP (Depth Sensor), 5 MP (Ultra Wide), 2 MP (Macro)
  • Selfie Camera: 8 MP
  • Battery: 4470 mAh, non-removable
  • Price:

The advanced cooling system keeps your phone cool while doing a heavy task. The Li-Po 4470 mAh battery lasts for a day in normal use, which is a very satisfying experience. It is important to mention that today’s 5G phones come with a 5000 mAh battery but here you will have only 4470 battery capacity. The good news is that you come with a fast 18W charger in the box. In an hour and a half, your battery can be charged from 0 to 100 percent. The Nokia X10 does not support wireless charging or reverse charging. In addition, you will get an outdated type C 2.0 charging port. Talking about the Nokia X10’s price starts at $ 368 (26,999 INR).
- Oispice: Battery and Others - April 13, 2021.

The X10 is quite big and heavy for its class. While the heft adds to the overall quality perception, it might not suit everyone. The bezels on the front are also bigger than average, which adds to the overall size. The display offers no high refresh rate, which usually helps with the overall smoothness of the experience, but this usually comes at the expense of battery life. Giving people an option to go higher than 60Hz would have been nice. The 8MP selfie camera is weak. So are the 5MP ultra-wide cameras and 2MP macro cameras due to lack of resolution. You also can’t record 4K videos at all, so the max you can do is 1080p at 60fps. While Android One has its fans, some people might miss the additional customization options offered by the competitors. The phone only has a single bottom-firing speaker. It gets pretty loud while keeping decent quality levels, but some competitors offer dual speakers with better audio quality. Despite the excellent battery life, the charging speed is limited to 18watts. So it takes just less than 2 hours to fully charge, and around 40 minutes to reach 50%. This is definitely below average for its class.
- Nokiamob: Minus Points for the X10 - Jully 01, 2021.

Given the generous update policy, Nokia wants the X10 to last a long time. We also notice this in the housing. Although it is made of plastic, it feels very sturdy. The camera island protrudes from the housing like a round hill. That looks neat and tidy. There is a large bezel under the screen. Nokia even found space to put its old-fashioned logo on it. Because the X10 also has a large screen of 6.67 inches, it is a big boy. In comparison: at 168.94 millimeters, the smartphone is more than 8 millimeters longer than the iPhone 12 Pro Max. And that is certainly not a compact device. You can hardly operate the Nokia X10 with one hand. Fortunately, the fingerprint scanner in the on-off button is quite low, so that you can easily reach it. The scanner works fine and fast. You only have to touch it for a moment and the device unlocks.
- Bitonus: Nokia X10, Solid Design - June 29, 2021.

Options to sync Nokia X10 with Outlook

There are several ways to use Nokia X10 with Outlook and Office 365.

1. Sync with Outlook App on the Phone

If your Outlook folder is an Exchange or Office 365 folder, click here for a detailed setup guide to sync with Nokia X10.

2. Sync with Google

For IMAP and POP3 folders, you can sync Outlook Contacts and Calendar with Google. Then on the phone, use Android Contacts and Android Calendar. Click here for a detailed setup guide.

3. Direct USB Sync using CompanionLink

For any foldder type, CompanionLink can sync Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. This works with any version of Outlook.

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Last modified: May 12, 2022 7:40 am