Nokia G21 Officially Launched : HMD Global launched the Nokia G20 in June last year, at a relatively affordable price, but it’s not the most impressive entry-level smartphone of 2021, but it certainly has its merits for the price. Now, in Latest Gadget News the company has launched its successor named Nokia G21 with several upgrades.
The Nokia G21 features major chipset upgrades from the Helio G35 on the Nokia G20, which lacks a large CPU core, to the Unisoc T606 which is also on the Motorola Moto e20, where the chipset has an octa-core CPU (two Cortex-A75 and six Cortex-A75). -A55) and GPU Mali-G57 MP1, as well as 4G LTE connectivity support.
The Nokia G21 also retains the 6.5-inch diagonal LCD screen and HD+ resolution on the Nokia G20, but now has support for a 90Hz refresh rate. In addition, the smartphone has a charging speed that is now 18W. Unfortunately the charger in the sales box only has a power of 10W.
Nokia G21 Officially Launched Camera-wise, the Nokia G21 has a 50MP main camera which is an upgrade from the 48MP on its predecessor, but ditches the 5MP ultrawide camera on the Nokia G20 and now only has a pair of secondary 2MP sensors.
The Nokia G21 is powered by a 5,050mAh battery, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner integrated with the power button for biometric authentication, and a 3.5mm headphone jack port.
Unfortunately, the smartphone is running Android 11 here considering Android 12 has been available for months now and the first Android 13 developer preview is now available. However, HMD Global claims that the smartphone will be ready to receive Android 12.
The Nokia G21 will reportedly launch for €170 in Europe and will be available in Dusk and Nordic Blue colors, with international availability yet to be officially announced by HMD Global.