Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021
HMD (Nokia franchise) on Thursday, April 8, 2021 (April 19, 1400) unveiled two low-end smartphones called Nokia X20 and Nokia X10. But at the same time as introducing the two phones, the Finnish company HMD also unveiled 4 other smartphones, which are two phones in the G series (with the letters Nokia G20 and Nokia G10) and two phones in the C series (with the names Nokia C20 and Nokia C10). ). Unlike the two fifth-generation X-Series smartphones, the four devices introduced in the G and C families lack 5G technology. Of course, one of their positive points is receiving security and operating system updates. In the following, we will get more acquainted with the specifications and features of these 4 phones.
The two smartphones have a lot in common, but the G20 is in some ways more advanced than the G10 and has the upper hand. Both devices are designed to measure 9.2 x 76 x 164.9 mm and apparently weigh 197 grams. The body of these two phones is IPX2 protected against rain. Their LED display is 6.5 inches with HD + resolution (equivalent to 720 × 1600 pixels). The aspect ratio of the screen is 20: 9 and a 2.5-dimensional glass cover is drawn on it.
Highlights of the G20 and G10 include a powerful 5,050 mAh battery. It is interesting to know that this is the highest battery capacity among Nokia phones (even the flagships of this brand) and according to the manufacturer, it will last up to 3 days if used normally. Needless to say, this battery is charged with a 10-watt charger via the USB-C port.
The fingerprint sensor of both phones is located on the edge of them, and in addition, the face unlock feature (Face Unlock) is provided for their unlocking. One of the interesting features of these phones is the dedicated Google Assistant button. The operating system of these two devices is Android 11, which according to the manufacturer will be updated for up to 2 years. Receiving monthly security patches will also be valid for up to 3 years. The G20 and G10 smartphones use LTE communication technology and accept two nano SIM cards. Bluetooth 5.0, support for GLONASS, GPS and Beidou navigation systems, as well as headphone jack are other features of these two phones. The NFC chip can be seen in the specification list of Nokia G20. Of course, this is not the only difference between the two phones.
One of the most important differences between the G20 and the G10 is their processing power. The G10 uses a 12-nanometer Helio G25 chip (MediaTek). The chipset consists of 8 Cortex-A53 cores with a maximum clock speed of 2 GHz and its graphics processor is IMG PowerVR GE8320 which has a frequency of 650 MHz. But in the G20 we see the more powerful Helio G35 chip with a maximum clock speed of 8 cores Cortex-A53 reaches 2.3 GHz. The Helio G35 GPU is the same as the previous GPU, except that its frequency has been increased to 680 MHz. The Nokia G10 has 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of internal storage, respectively. But in the Nokia G20, there is always 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory. In both phones, adding microSD can increase the internal memory to another 512 GB.
The optics set on the back of the Nokia G20 consists of 4 cameras: a 48-megapixel main camera, a 5-megapixel Ultraviolet camera, and two macro and depth cameras (each with a resolution of 2 megapixels each). This is apparently the same set of cameras that can be seen on the back of the Nokia X10, except that among the X10 cameras, the Zeiss logo can be seen. An 8-megapixel camera is installed on the front of the device. But in the Nokia G10 camera set, there are only 3 cameras, which are a 13-megapixel main camera and two depth and macro cameras (each with a resolution of 2 megapixels). The selfie camera here also has a resolution of 8 megapixels.
The Nokia G20 smartphone is available in Dark Blue (Night) and Ice (Glacier) colors and will be available in May with a base price of € 159. In addition to the dark blue color, the Nokia G10 will also be available in a color called Dusk. This product will enter the market this month with a base price of 139 euros. Given the more powerful chipset and camera set in the Nokia G20, and considering the low price difference between the two phones, the G20 seems to be a more valuable option.
If you are one of those people who are not satisfied with Nokia feature phones on the one hand and do not need advanced Android phones on the other hand, the new HMD products in the C series are probably the right options for you. Like the previous two phones, the Nokia C20 and Nokia C10 are similar in many ways.
The two devices are made in the dimensions of 8.8 × 77.9 × 169.9 mm and weigh 191 grams. Their 6.51-inch display consists of LED panels and has HD + resolution. According to the manufacturer, the C10 display has a maximum brightness of 400 nits and a 2D glass called Panda Glass covers its surface. Both phones use a 3,000mAh interchangeable battery - which is charged with a 5-watt charger. The downside is that both devices are charged via the old microUSB port.
The Nokia C20 and Nokia C10, like the two new G-Series products, also have Android 11, leading to a lower version of Go 11 Android 11 They have been prepared and, according to the manufacturer, their operating system performance has been up to 20% faster. Security updates will be available for up to 2 years for these phones. None of these devices have a fingerprint sensor, but they have Face Unlock capability. The Nokia C20 and Nokia C10 are dual-SIM 4G handsets with Bluetooth 4.2, GPS navigation and a headphone jack.
Among the differences between the two devices are their processors. The Nokia C20 uses a simple 4-core chip - with a maximum clock speed of 1.3 GHz. This chipset is called the Unisoc SC7731e and is actually the same processor used in the Nokia C1. In contrast, the manufacturer does not mention the type of chip used in the Nokia C10
The Nokia C20 comes in two configurations: the base model with 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage and the more advanced model with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. But the Nokia C10 will come in three configurations: 1/16, 1/32 and 16/2. In both phones, the microSD card can be upgraded to another 256 GB. Not to mention, both smartphones have a 5-megapixel camera on the back and another 5-megapixel camera on the front, but on the Nokia C20, thanks to a more powerful processor, the camera will also benefit from HDR processing.
The Nokia C20 is available in Sand and Dark Blue and will be available this month with a base price of € 89. The Nokia C10 is available in light gray and purple. The base price of this product has been announced for only 75 Euros and it will be ready for sale in June.
Nokia G10 has entered the Iranian market. The price of Nokia G10 in Iran is from 2,888,000 Tomans to 3,020,000 Tomans.
You can find out the price of this Nokia G10 in various stores by visiting the sellers page and the price of the phone.