- Tram Ho
HMD Global recently introduced the Nokia G21 in the European market. This is a smartphone in the low-cost segment, the successor to the G20 launched last year. This year’s version has got a newer design, no longer typical of Nokia. In addition, the screen and camera of the G21 have also been upgraded, while the price of the device is just over 4 million VND.
With the Nokia G21, HMD Global has no longer brought the typical Nokia design to this model. Now, if you hide the “Nokia” logo, no one will know that this is a smartphone from the once famous Nokia brand. Surely everyone thinks this is a Chinese device, from Motorola, for example. After all, Nokia is now owned by the Chinese company.
Nokia G21 is equipped with an IPS LCD screen with HD + resolution on the front, the advantage of which is a 90Hz refresh rate and 400 nits brightness. This screen has a size of 6.5 inches, using a relatively outdated “waterdrop” design with an 8MP selfie camera.
The back of the G21 is finished from plastic with a plastic frame, equipped with a 3 main camera system including a 50MP wide-angle camera, 2MP macro camera and 2MP depth camera. The device has 2 color options: blue and brown.
In terms of performance, Nokia G21 is equipped with a 12nm Unisoc T606 chip. This is a chip that is often equipped on low-cost machines, for basic performance, enough for common tasks. The device has 3GB or 4GB RAM, 64GB or 128GB internal memory. The included battery has a constant capacity of 5050mAh, does not support fast charging.
Nokia G21 is sold in the European market for only 170 EUR, equivalent to about 4.4 million.
Source : Genk