Nokia G20 in the U.S: HMD Global has started releasing more affordable mid-range smartphones into the market with the Nokia G20 and Nokia G10 been the latest. The company will be launching the Nokia G20 in the U.S. next month to compete as a cheap Android smartphone.
The price of the Nokia G20 in the U.S. is about $199 which makes it one of the cheapest Android phone to buy. Aside from the small price tag, it also have some impressive specs.
For example, it has a big 5,050mAh battery, an impressive side mounted fingerprint scanner, a 48MP quad rear camera, an 8MP selfie camera, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Cristian Capelli, Vice-President North America, HMD Global, said in a statement:
You can always trust a Nokia phone to deliver a secure experience and go the distance thanks to our unique Android promise and famous battery life. We take pride in looking after our customers by creating phones that you can keep for longer thanks to the durability of our devices inside and out. What we have achieved with the Nokia G20 is a true reliable mobile phone with a whopping three-day battery life meaning you don’t need to be chained to a charging cord.
Beneath the 6.52-inch HD+ LCD display is the 12nm MediaTek Helio G35 chipset. Its RAM size is 4GB paired with 128GB of storage.
Nokia G20 runs Android 11 out of the box, and HMD Global is promising two years of OS upgrades with three years of monthly security updates. Which means the smartphone will get Android 12 and Android 13. While you’ll get monthly security patch update up till 2024.
Starting July 1, you’ll be able to purchase the Nokia G20 from Nokia’s U.S. online store for $199. It’s coming in two colors: Night and Glacier.