Nokia Mobile announced the latest affordable Nokia smartphones from the G series. Nokia G11 and G21 are sharing the design and almost all the hardware specs. The main difference is the main 50 MP shooter that G21 is bringing and the different memory arrangements.
Nokia Mobile has been shipping Nokia G21 already to various markets like Russia, while Nokia G11 should be available in March. Nokia G21 can be found in Ireland in Nordic Blue (navy) and Dusk (dark taupe) with 4/64 GB memory for €179.99.
Nokia G11 should be available in Ireland in mid-March in Charcoal and Ice as a 3/32 GB version for €139.99. Nokia Mobile will be selling the Clear Case for G11/G21 over its online store for €29.99.
Nokia G21 is available in Austria also for 189.99€ and the phone is available in 4/128GB memory arrangement and two colours. The phone can be found in various Austrian online stores but the current price at Nokia.com is the best.
The UK market should see Nokia G21 this Friday at noon. All the purchases of the Nokia G21 made through Nokia.com/phones will receive the compatible clear case free of charge in the UK.
An additional piece of information that just came in a few minutes ago that nobody else has is that purchases of the Nokia G21 made through Nokia.com/phones will receive the compatible clear case free of charge in the UK.
Although I’m not a fan of the looks, and Unisoc processor, G21 seems like a nice entry device that has some things done right like ditching the unnecessary ultra-wide camera and placing a better 50 MP one. The phone would be even better if that hideous 2MP macro sensor would be removed too.
It is interesting that Nokia Mobile used random sensors in its new phones, which may vary by model, but for the Nokia G21 main camera, they used Samsung S5KJN1. Looking forward to seeing how it performs since having different sensors will be difficult to tune up.