A battery heavyweight contender is coming to the US scene in about a week. As you’ve guessed by the title, I am talking about the Nokia G20. It is part of the budget series of Nokia’s brand licensee HMD Global.
The Nokia G20 will be priced at $199 and will come in two color-changing chassis – shimmering Night and cool Glacier. The device is running on MediaTek’s Helio G35 SoC and offers a 4GB RAM/128GB storage variant with a dual SIM slot. You will be able to purchase it on July 1st at Nokia’s website.
What makes the Nokia G20 different?
There are a couple of features that make the phone stand out. Firstly, it boasts a battery life of three days, and these are no empty words. HMD Global claims that these statistics are “based on a real-life usage test by HMD Global.” Contributing to these results is the significant 5,050mAh battery cell and HD (1600 x 720p) 6.5-inch teardrop display.The second factor making the Nokia G20 special is its competitive price. It’s so competitive that it might even create a ripple in the best phones under $400. Not to mention that the G20 is supported by Nokia’s signature Android promise, meaning it will receive software and security updates for the next two and three years, respectively.