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It’s safe to say that Nokia branded smartphones didn’t sell exactly like Hotcakes over the past year and didn’t make it to the top ten worldwide list a comprehensive Counterpoint Research report, and at least in Europe the same analyst firm suggests Things are definitely not looking that good in 2021.
For what it’s worth Nokia brand licensee HMD Global is undoubtedly keen to change that and provide tough competition for everyone from Motorola to Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus and Samsung … in the lower and mid-market.
Right, you can now pre-order the two notched phones in the US from both B&H Photo Video and Amazon before the latter retailer releases a regional release on June 21st.
Of course it is The cheaper (and more modest) product of the two, the Nokia G10 comes in at just under $ 149 for blue and purple paint jobs with a MediaTek Helio G25 processor under the hood, plus 3GB of storage and 32GB of internal storage.
The $ 199 The Nokia G20 is available in silver and blue tones with a slightly faster Helio G35 SoC on deck and a much more powerful combination of 4 GB RAM and 128 GB local digital hoarding room.
Compared to the G10, which comes with a rather humble sounding triple rear-facing camera system in tow that consists of a 13-megapixel primary shooter, a 2-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor, the G20 also offers one significant improvement in the form of a 48MP main gate and an additional 5MP ultra wide angle lens.
The 6.52-inch IPS LCD panel of the G10 and G20 is unfortunately nothing special with a resolution of only 1600 x 720 pixels, but that actually contributes to the monumental battery life of 3 days that these two otherwise unforgettable devices promise.
With a cell capacity of 5050 mAh, the Nokia G10 and G20 look like they could definitely give something like that Moto G Power (2021) is a run for your money. Usually priced at $ 250, this large battery mid-ranger is definitely one of them The best under $ 400 smartphones out there right now. A list Nokia may crack when we get the chance to review these interesting versions of the G series.