The budget Nokia G10 which cost about $150 is coming to the US and aside from its specs, the software update and security support from HMD is one reason why you’d like to buy the phone.
This phone is now available for available for preorder at Amazon and will go on sale through Nokia’s website this week. Along with the G10, HMD also released host of other mid-range phones including the Nokia G20.
Low-entry devices aren’t not popular because of their great software support. At best, most manufactures only offer two years of security with maybe one major software update.
But HMD is promising two years of Android OS updates – Android 12 and 13 – and three years of security updates. This means the Nokia G10 will feel new years to come (Not something we see often in low-entry devices).
Some of the specs of the Nokia G10 are; 6.5-inch IPS LCD display, 720p resolution, huge 5,050mAh battery, 13MP + 2MP + depth sensor triple rear camera, 3GB of RAM, 32GM of storage, and MediaTek Helio G25 chipset.
You should be able to buy the device from Nokia.com starting Thursday, May 27th.