Today, in addition to the X-series with 5G support, HMD Global also introduced the budget smartphones Nokia G10 and Nokia G20. They are also similar in appearance and characteristics but differ in cameras.
Nokia G20 boasts the main camera with four modules. This is a 48 MP sensor, a 5 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and two 2 MP sensors for macro and depth estimation. Except for the ZEISS optics, this is the same setup as the more expensive X10.
In turn, the Nokia G10 has a 13 MP main sensor, accompanied by two 2-megapixel ones, without the “width.” In both cases, the front camera is 8MP.
Models and processors differ: Nokia G20 has MediaTek Helio G35 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of ROM, while Nokia G10 has Helio G25 with 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of ROM. Both have dedicated microSD card slots.
Otherwise, the characteristics are the same: 6.5-inch LCD display with 720p + resolution, 5050 mAh battery, one charge of which will last for 2-3 days of battery life, 10 W charger included, USB-C (USB 2.0) port, 3.5mm headphone jack, fingerprint reader and IPX2 splash protection.
It’s also worth noting that the G-Series gets 2 years of OS updates and 3 years of monthly security patches.
The Nokia G10 will go on sale later this month with a price tag of € 140, while the Nokia G20 will hit stores in May for €160.