Review Nokia G10 | Nokia G20 – Apart from introducing the latest Nokia X Series which supports 5G, HMD Global also introduced a number of its entry-class smartphone devices. One of them is by introducing the latest Nokia G Series, namely the Nokia G20 and Nokia G10.
Apart from their color choices, both devices have the same screen size, namely a 6.5 inch LCD with a resolution of 720p + and a ratio of 20: 0. Both will be supported for up to 2 years for OS updates, and 3 years for security patch updates.
The Nokia G20 has “higher” main specifications than the G10, with the MediaTek Helio G35 chipset (8x A53 @ 2.3 GHz, GE8320 @ 680 MHz), 4 GB RAM, and internal storage which has a variant of 64 GB or 128 GB.
This device has a dedicated Micro SD card slot and runs on Android 11. The Nokia G20 also has a higher resolution camera option supported by a 48 MP main camera + 5 MP ultrawide + 2 MP macro + 2 MP depth, and an 8 MP selfie camera.
While the Nokia G10 is armed with the Helio G25 chipset (8x A53 @ 2.0 GHz, GE8320 @ 650 MHz) with RAM between 3 GB or 4 GB, and internal storage consisting of 32 GB or 64 GB variants.
This device has a dedicated Micro SD card slot and runs on Android 11. For cameras, the camera module is more standard, consisting of a 13 MP main camera + 2 MP macro + 2 MP depth, and an 8 MP selfie camera.
Both devices have a 5050mAh battery capacity that supports charging up to 10W, USB Type-C, 3.5mm audio jack, and FM Radio. The connectivity it supports includes LTE at. 4, Wi-Fi b / g / n, and Bluetooth 5.0. Apart from the side fingerprint sensor and the Google Assistant button, they are also IPX2 certified.