Nokia G21 Introduced — First From The Series To Offer 90Hz Refresh Rate Plus 50MP Main Camera
The folks at HMD Global has recently unveiled their latest smartphone in the form of the Nokia G21 where it offers a 90Hz refresh rate display and 50MP main camera to name a few.
One of the upgrade that the phone has received is a big 5050mAh battery under the hood, where they claim is able to last up to three days. The company has apparently made improvements on their power saving modes where it comes in two phases. In the first level, the battery will save at 20% and the second at 10%, both of which to prolong usage of the device.
It has the ability to charge up to 18W, with USB PD 3.0 support. Unfortunately, the charger that comes with the box is simply a 10W charger, so you’d need to fork out money to get a faster charger instead.
For the display, it sports a 6.5-inch LCD panel which offers support of up to 90Hz refresh rate, which is new for the series.
Aside from that, it comes with a 50MP main camera, 2MP macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor at the back. They opted to remove the ultrawide lens from the previous Nokia G20 in that sense. Powered by a Unisoc T606 chipset, the phone comes with 4GB RAM that’s mated with either 64GB or 128GB storage options.
The Nokia G21 is priced at €170 (~RM807) but sadly there’s no confirmation that it will be released here in Malaysia. Should there be news, we’ll be updating you accordingly. Till then, stay tuned to Pokde.net.
Pokdepinion: I’m pretty sure this news is of a delight to some, especially Nokia fans. I don’t know what to comment on that charger offer however..