Yes, you read it right. It is not the Moto G10, but Nokia Mobile’s own G10. Surprised? So are we! In the last few months, the Russian retailers have been at their best in revealing the identity of unannounced Nokia devices much before anyone else.
This time, they have listed a new Nokia smartphone that Nokia Mobile will allegedly launch with the name Nokia G10. The device is mentioned as a dual SIM variant with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage, and will come in Blue color. It will carry the model number TA-1334 and be a dual SIM variant. The Nokia TA-1334 was certified in Russia back in September 2020 and recently by TÜV and in Thailand.
The retailers have also mentioned the specifications, but those are of Nokia 5.4, and Nokia G10 may have different specifications. However, the TÜV certification reveals that the model numbers TA-1338, TA-1346, and TA-1351 also belong to Nokia G10, and it will have a 5 V, 2 A (10 W) rated charger.
It reminds me of 2018, when Nokia Mobile brought back the Nokia X series, and the company launched four smartphones in the series until the company’s slowdown in China. However, the Nokia X series smartphones (except for the X71) did not have X in their names when they landed in the other countries and were quite successful.
In 2019, Nokia Mobile unveiled the C series targeting the entry-level segment. This time, Nokia Mobile has opted for the letter G out of the 26 letters in the English alphabet. Does Nokia Mobile think that the smartphones that it sells with the numeric names are not enough to sustain the progress of the company?
Many people wanted Nokia Mobile to trim down the number of smartphones that it releases in a year, but it seems that it is not happening anytime soon. It is good to expand, but it will require the company to invest more into the supply chain, support services, marketing, and more. It is well and good if the company manages to handle it all.
It will be interesting to see how Nokia Mobile will place the Nokia G10 or the Nokia G series. Is Nokia Mobile bringing the G series with aggressively priced devices, or is it something else?
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