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Nokia G21 officially released with adaptive refresh rate

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The new Nokia G21 is here, packed with 4GB of RAM and comes in two options for internal storage – 64GB and 128GB.

HMD Global has just officially announced their latest phone, the Nokia G21. As the name suggests, the device is the successor to the Nokia G20 which was launched last year. For this new phone, the company seems to have focused on three main aspects for upgrading, namely the screen, camera and battery.

The Nokia G21 has a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD display that supports refresh rate 90 Hz. Reported from Gizmochina (14/2), it also has support for adaptive refresh rate which drops to 60 Hz in power saving mode.

Inside, the device is powered by chipset The Unisoc T606 is manufactured using a 12nm process. The phone packs two Cortex-A75 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores along with a Mali G75-MP1 graphics processor.

The Nokia G21 is packed with 4 GB of RAM and comes in two options for internal storage – 64 GB and 128 GB. This series also has a microSD card slot that allows users to expand the storage capacity of the device.

In the camera sector, there is a triple camera setup on the back which includes a 50 MP main camera, a 2 MP macro lens camera, and a depth sensor 2 MP. This camera has support for features like Super Resolution and Night Mode.

The device runs on top of the Android 11 operating system, and the company has confirmed that the phone will get the Android 12 operating system. Not only that, Nokia is also promising two major Android updates, which means the device will also get the Android 13 update in the future.

The battery capacity is 5,050 mAh which is claimed to offer up to three days of use on a single charge, and it comes with support for 18W fast charging. However, the company only ships the 10W charger in the sales box.

The Nokia G21 comes in two color options: Nordic Blue and Dusk. This phone will soon be available for purchase in the European market for 170 euros (Rp2 million).

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