As for the Geekbench website, the Nokia G20 was able to score 148 in single-core test, and 939 in multi-core test. This is no surprise as the device will be powered by MediaTek MT6765, or most commonly known as Helio P35. At least, Nokia Mobile was able to set the base frequency of the chipset to at its full 2.30Ghz. This will be paired with 4GB of RAM, and most probably with 64GB of expandable storage.
The Mediatek Helio P35 was launched back in 2018, coming in as a slight improvement over the Helio P22. However, unlike the previous chipset, the Helio P35 supports up to Full HD+ display, and a couple of graphic enhancements. Regardless, it is almost the same 12nm chipset, with the same graphics processor.
We don’t know what’s up with these plethora of budget and midrange devices from Nokia. However, it will be interesting to know how the company will be able to position each one of them on the ever-crowded Android market.