- RAM: 4GB
- Internal Storage: 64GB/128GB
- Battery: 5050 mAh
- Main Camera: 50MP+2MP+2MP
- Front Camera: 8MP
- Display: 6.6 inches
- Processor: Unisoc T606
- OS: Android 11
- Connectivity: Dual sim, 2G, 3G, 4G, WI-FI
- Colors: Nordic Blue, Dusk
KSh17,400 – KSh19,900
NB: Prices are subject to change without notice.
Nokia G21 Display.
One of the main improvements made from the Nokia G20 by G21 is a high refresh rate display, 6.5″ LCD running at up to 90Hz, a first for the Nokia’s G-series. Another exciting news is that you can stream Netflix in HD, which is all it needs since the display still has a 720p+ resolution.
Nokia G21 Camera.
The camera department has a new 50MP sensor for the main camera first of the series. There is a Night mode that we never saw on the previous G Series also. You will get a triple 50 MP, (wide), PDAF, 2 MP, (macro), 2 MP, (depth) camera set up on the rear and a Single 8 MP (Wide) selfie Camera.
Nokia G21 Platform.
The Nokia G21 comes with a more powerful chipset, an Unisoc T606. With two Cortex-A75 cores and six A55 cores, this 12 nm Chip is quite an upgrade from the Helio G35, which featured eight A53 cores only. The GPU is a Mali G57 MP1. The G-series may already have a 5G offered by Nokia G50, but this latest phone of the G-series sticks to 4G. The chipset is paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage so you get to store your Music, Videos, Photos and Files without worrying about space. This phone offers dual-SIM with a dedicated microSD card slot, so one can always expand the storage.
Nokia G21 Battery Life.
The battery is another selling point of the Nokia G21. It packs a large 5,050 mAh compared to the Nokia G50 which packs a 5000 mAh battery. Nokia did a great job by picking the G21 with a battery larger than that of Samsung’s S22 Ultra 5G 512GB and this remains one of its main selling points. This battery will easily take you through two days of usage on a full charge.
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