Nokia G series phones G10 and G20 are being assembled in Bangladesh

Nokia recently reorganized their business in Bangladesh and established their local phone assembling factory in the country like most other top brands. This should help them to cut production costs significantly and ensure a stronger long-term presence. Some of the first smartphones that are being assembled in their factory are Nokia G10 and Nokia G20. G10 is priced at ৳13,499 (3/32 GB) whereas G20 will cost you ৳14,999 (4/64 GB).

G10

This phone has that contemporary Nokia look. It looks distinguished and the Nokia branding is elegantly present, not in a boastful manner. This can be one of their fine selling points. But let’s look at the features, which is a more important factor.

We are getting a decent 6.52 inches HD+ screen. Nothing extraordinary there. There is no display protection but the body is splash-proof which is a fine advantage. There is a USB Type-C port on the bottom, that’s also fine. On the back, we have a triple camera setup with a 13Mp main snapper and on the front, we have an 8 MP setup. These are somewhat average considering the price. You could expect something better. The 5050 mAh battery is great but there is a regular 10W charger. We have a MediaTek Helio G25 chipset with 3 GB RAM. It’s just ok, but for the price, it could be better and it’s not for smooth gaming. We have a stylish side-mounted fingerprint sensor and guaranteed Android update till Android 13. So, it’s something sustainable for the long-term in terms of software and built but the hardware side is mostly quite average.

G20

G20 is very similar to G10. But here we have a fine upgraded 48 MP main back camera with PDAF and f/1.8 aperture as well as an added 5MP ultrawide lens. We have a slightly better Helio G35 chipset and an upgraded 4 GB RAM. This is a better deal than G10. Still, you will get better performance and features from some other brands for the price.

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