HMD has presented 3 new devices from its line Nokia: the G22, the C32 and the C33 that stand out mainly for having an infinite battery that promises up to 3 days of use and a irresistible price of 189, 149 and 129 eurosrespectively.
Of course, the differentiating point is that the company is looking to offer more durability in its products.
For this they have announced a commitment with iFixit, which will be exclusively with the Nokia G22, as a global repair partner, to make it much easier to change internal components from home.
“People value quality, durable devices, and they wouldn’t have to give them up for price. The new Nokia G22 has been purposely built to be easily repairable and keep it longer,” he says. Adam Ferguson, Director of Product Marketing at HMD Global.
In addition, they have also launched a plan to manufacture Nokia devices in Europeunder the promise of strengthening security.
“We are very pleased to announce this first step on our journey to bring 5G device manufacturing to Europe,” said Jean-Francois Baril, co-founder, Chairman and CEO of HMD Global.
“The Nokia brand has an impeccable track record in the European market and, with this move, we continue to strengthen our position as the only major European smartphone provider,” he says.
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Nokia G22: in search of durability with the collaboration with iFixit and an irresistible price
The Nokia G22 stands out mainly for being the first smartphone of the company that seeks to make the repair process something suitable for any type of user.
The key to achieving this is collaboration with iFixit, a global repair community, which will make available to whoever wants a series of guides to follow the process step by step and the best: parts such as screens, charging port or new batteries at affordable prices.
Add to this bet 2 years of software updates, 3 years of security updates and 3 years of extended warranty at no additional cost.
And what about its specifications?
100% recycled plastic design, easily removable to change components, 6.52-inch HD+ screen with 90hz refresh rate to ensure fluidity, Unisoc T606 processor and Android 12 as the operating system.
Add to this a 50-megapixel main camera, 2-megapixel depth sensor, 2-megapixel macro and 8-megapixel selfie camera.
Crown jewel is undoubtedly found in a 5050 mAh battery that promises 3 days of use and a fast charge of 20W.
The Nokia G22 is available in its Meteor Gray and Lagoon Blue versions with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for 189 euros.
Nokia C32 and Nokia C22: image, durability and price as the main keys
The Nokia C32, the older brother of the entry range, seeks to offer the best image quality of the C series to date.
It has a 6.57-inch HD + panel, design unibody with fingerprint reader on the back, Android 13 and Unisoc 9863A1 processor and the best: 5,000 mAh battery and 10W fast charge.
As for the camera, it opts for a 50-megapixel AF main lens to which it adds a 2-megapixel macro with LED flash and a selfies 8 megapixels.
The Nokia C32 is available in its Charcoal, Autumn Green and Beach Pink versions with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage for 149 euros.
As for the Nokia C22 seeks to make durability its hallmarksince it is prepared with IP52 protection against splashes and dust, 2.5D toughened glass for the screen and very resistant metallic chassis.
In terms of specifications, the same as its older brother: 6.57-inch HD + panel, design unibody with fingerprint reader on the back, Android 13 (Go Edition) and Unisoc 9863A1 processor, 5,000 mAh battery and 10W fast charge.
The camera cuts back a bit and goes down to the 13-megapixel AF main lens, but keeps 2-megapixel macro with LED flash and a selfies 8 megapixels.
The Nokia C22 is available in its Midnight Black and Sand versions with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage for 129 euros.