Nokia G21 revealed with 90Hz LCD, 50MP Camera

Nokia G21 revealed with 90Hz LCD, 50MP Camera. The successor to Nokia G20 has arrived, and it includes enhancements to the screen, battery, and camera. There aren’t any upgrades that will cause you to spin your head. No, Nokia is committed to sensible, solid designs. The reliability of the Nokia G21 is best demonstrated in the Nokia G21’s most popular feature, which can run for three days without charging using its 5,050mAh battery. HMD improved its power-saving options, which made them more flexible.


The company set battery savings to 20 percent (instead of 10 10%). At 10%, you can get the second level of power savings to prolong battery life further. It is important to be aware that the initial G20 also had 5 kilowatts of battery capacity and promised three days of battery longevity. HMD did boost the max charging speed by bringing it to 18W (USB PD 3.0 compatible).

However, the phone comes equipped with just a 10W adapter included in the box. You’ll need to purchase the charger yourself to get an advantage. Another benefit is that HMD has made the phone 5 percent slimmer by reducing it to 9.2mm down to 8.5mm. The other major improvement on G21 G21 is a high-refresh display with a 6.5″ LCD that can run at 90 Hz.


Nokia G21 revealed with 90Hz LCD, 50MP Camera, and three day battery life

This is which is the first of the G-series. Another unique feature of the G-series is that it can play Netflix in HD, which is all it requires as the display has a resolution of 720p+. Additionally, if you’re hoping to get a battery life of 3 days, it is recommended to enable the adaptive model on the display so that it can drop to 60 Hz for saving energy when 90 Hz isn’t required.

The next step is the camera. It comes with a brand newly developed 50MP sensor for the main camera (the G20 had a 48MP sensor). HMD isn’t too keen on lens aperture and sensor size details and focuses instead upon the Super Resolution feature that enhances the quality of images captured. It also has a Night mode. It’s all nice, but the 5MP ultrawide on the G20 has been removed, leaving only two MP macro cameras as well as a depth sensor of 2MP. 5MP was not enough.

However, it was still better than nothing. It’s the Nokia G21 does come with a significantly more robust chipset, an Unisoc T606. The 12nm chip comes with two Cortex A75 cores and six A55 cores. It’s improved over previous models, like Helio G35, which only included 8 A53 cores (not A55, but event A55). The GPU is a Mali G57 MP1. Another component of the chipset is a Cat. 4. LTE modem.

The G-series could already offer 5G, but this one sticks to 4G. In any case, the processor comes with 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage, or 64GB. It’s a dual SIM phone with a triple slot for cards, and you can expand the storage capacity with a microSD card. It is said that the G21 will be “ready for Android 12” This is a different method of saying it will be available in 2021 with Android 11. As part of HMD’s regular support for software, the G21 will get two OS updates (i.e., Android 12, 13.) as well as three years’ worth of security updates.


Nokia G21 Specifications, Review and Price in Bangladesh

According to HMD, the company releases more security patches than its competitors. The G21 will be equipped pre-loaded with Spotify and ExpressVPN already installed (with the option of a free trial for 30 days of this VPN). Similar to the previous model, the G21 features a fingerprint reader mounted on the side. The phone also has an upgraded face unlock feature that will recognize you even with and without a mask. Nokia G21 will be available for purchase in early 2014. Nokia G21 will be available shortly at EUR170 (the G20 launched at EUR160).

The G21 will be offered in two color options, Nordic Blue and Dusk, and will come with a 10W power source and USB cable included in the box. Some regions will also get headsets, screen protectors, and the jelly case. In addition, the Clear Case for the G21 is constructed from recycled materials that are 100% recyclable and are available on

The phone comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack compatible with Nokia Wired Headphones with 40mm drivers with soft cushions over the ear and an adjustable design that folds. They will retail for $31 and come with the option of wireless, with a 62-hour battery life and a price of $50. Also available is the Nokia Go Earbuds2+, a TWS headset that has 24 hours of charge time and IPX rating (these are expected to retail for $40). The more expensive Nokia Go Earbuds2 Pro is being developed with low-latency audio (a pair costs $45).

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