Nokia G10, Nokia G20, Nokia C10, and Nokia C20 were introduced (part1)

Nokia G10 and Nokia G20

The Finnish company ‌HMD Global, which owns the Nokia brand, unveiled four low-end Nokia phones in a special event yesterday, in addition to the Five G Series X phones. Nokia G10 and Nokia G20 with the full version of Android 11 and two other phones with Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 with a lighter version of the Android 11 operating system they will be called Go Edition. It should also be noted that the G Series would receive operating system updates for two years.

Specifications and features of Nokia G10 and Nokia G20

The G10 and G20 are quite similar in many ways, but if you care more about camera quality, the Nokia G20 will be more suitable for you. The phone is equipped with a quadruple module with a 48-megapixel main sensor, and other lenses include a 5-megapixel ultraviolet lens and two 2-megapixel sensors (for depth detection and macro photography), plus an 8-megapixel selfie camera. Drop shapes are embedded at the top of the screen. If you ignore the Zeiss lenses of the Nokia X10, the camera settings of the two phones are the same.

Compared to the Nokia G20, the G10 has a simpler camera. On the back of the phone is a triple camera with a 13-megapixel main sensor and two 2-megapixel auxiliary sensors, and an 8-megapixel selfie camera.

The Nokia G20 also performs relatively well in terms of processing and uses Mediates Helios G35 kernel chip with 4GB of RAM. The storage space of this model is 64 or 128 GB. On the other hand, the Nokia G10 has an octa-core Helio G25 processor with 3 or 4 GB of RAM, and the internal memory can be selected between 32 and 64 GB. Both phones have a dedicated slot for a microSD memory card and use the Android 11 operating system by default.

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Except for the cases mentioned and of course, the body color, the rest of the specifications of the two phones are the same. Among them is a 6.5-inch screen with an LCD panel and 720p resolution (20: 9 aspect ratio). In addition, as we said at the beginning, the Nokia G20 will receive all operating system updates for 2 years and monthly security patches for 3 years.

The Nokia G10 and G20 both use a 5050 mAh battery, which is the largest battery used in Nokia phones. Given the standard of Nokia phones and of course the larger battery that these two phones have, you can expect a 3-day lifespan in the G10 and G20. In addition, both phones support a charging speed of up to 10 watts, and a charger with this power is placed inside their box.

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