Nokia launches G11 and G21 smartphones: supports 4G and 90Hz refresh rate screen
The myth of Nokia has long since ceased to exist. It has been acquired by HMD and has been launching new phones in recent years, but it is a little tepid. According to the latest Notebookcheck reports, Nokia recently released two smartphones, G11, and G21. In fact, Nokia had warmed up these two phones more than a week ago. The main difference between the two new phones is the main camera configuration.
The Nokia G21 is powered by the UNISOC T606 processor. It is an 8-core processor with 2 Cortex-A75 cores and 6 A55 cores, based on DynamIQ’s new generation of large and small core architecture design, using a 12nm process. Somewhat disappointedly, the phone only supports 4G networks. In other respects, the running memory of the Nokia G21 starts at 4GB, and the storage space is available in two versions, 64GB and 128GB. It also supports side fingerprint unlocking and is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
In terms of price, the 4GB+64GB Nokia G21 is priced at 189 euros.