The range of inexpensive smartphones from HMD Global has today been expanded with two new models – G10 and G20. New items are built on single-chip MediaTek platforms, equipped with multi-module cameras and run Android 11.
Nokia G20 stands out for its camera, in which four sensors: the main resolution of 48 megapixels is supplemented by sensors with a resolution of 5 megapixels (with an ultra-wide-angle lens), 2 megapixels (for macro shooting) and 2 megapixels (for analyzing the depth of the scene). The camera of Nokia G10 is represented by sensors with a resolution of 13, 2 and 2 megapixels. The front cameras are 8-megapixel in both cases.
Nokia G20 is built on a Mediatek Helio G35 single-chip system (with eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores at 2.3 GHz and a GE8320 GPU at 680 MHz), and the Nokia G10 is based on MediaTek Helio G25 SoC with eight Cortex-A53 cores at 2.0 GHz and GPU GE8320 650 MHz. Screens in both cases are 6.5-inch HD +.
Smartphones received rechargeable batteries with a capacity of 5050 mAh, in the delivery set – 10 W chargers. The company believes that the autonomy of both new products is three days of work. Other features include a USB-C (USB 2.0) port, a standard headphone jack, an FM receiver, Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 5.0, an LTE modem, a side fingerprint scanner, and a Google Voice Assistant shortcut key. And there is also IPX2 protection (against rain).
Nokia G20 will appear on sale in Russia in “stormy sky” color in two versions – 4/64 and 4/128 GB, as well as in 4/128 GB version in silver color. The approximate retail price of the base model is 13,990 rubles, but during April a special price of 12,990 rubles is available in the corporate online store for pre-order.
Nokia G10 is presented in Russia in two configurations (3/32 and 4/64 GB) and two colors (“stormy sky” and lavender). The 4/64 GB version is available for pre-order in the corporate online store at a price of 11,990 rubles along with a bonus – Nokia Essential Wireless Headphones E1200.