Nokia G20 and G10 presented: entry-level smartphones for less than 200 euros
HMD Global recently officially launched six new smartphones, including the Nokia G20 and G10. In the following lines we summarize all the technical data and prices of the respective smartphones.
The new G-series smartphones are entry-level devices for less than 200 euros that only focus on the essentials. The Nokia G20 starts in May for 169 euros and is available in colors Night and Glacier be available. The slightly less equipped G10 will be available at the end of April for only 139 euros. When it comes to colors, customers can choose between Night and Dusk.
Nokia G10: Technical Specifications
A 6,51 inch LC display dominates the front, which has a relatively low resolution of 1.600 x 720 pixels. It also doesn't support a smooth refresh rate of 90 or even 120 Hertz. The MediaTek Helio G25, which is supported by 3 GB of RAM, works under the hood. The internal memory is relatively small at 32 GB, but it can be expanded via a micro SD card. There is also a jack connection on board.
The software used is Stock Android 11 and the built-in battery has a capacity of 5.050 mAh. If we take a look at the back, we notice three cameras: 13 megapixel main camera and two sensors with 2 megapixels each, which are used for macro shots and depth effects. The front camera on the front sits in a small notch and has a resolution of 8 megapixels.
Nokia G20: Technical Specifications
The Nokia G20 is slightly better equipped than the G10 in many areas, but not in terms of the display. A 6,51-inch LC display is also used here, which has a resolution of 1.600 x 720 pixels. The first difference concerns the installed one Proprocessor. Inside the G20 is the more powerful Helio G35 from MediaTek, which is supported by 4 GB of RAM. The 64 GB internal memory can be used like the cheaper brother proEasily expand via micro SD card. There is also a jack connection here.
The manufacturer delivers the Nokia G20 with stock Android version 11. There are no differences when it comes to the battery. It also has a proud capacity of 5.050 mAh. On the back there is the biggest difference compared to the G10. Nokia has given the G20 a quad camera that is set up as follows: 48 megapixel main camera, ultra-wide-angle camera with 5 megapixels, 2 megapixel depth sensor and, last but not least, another camera with 2 megapixels, which is responsible for macro shots. The front camera in the small notch has a resolution of 8 megapixels.