The Nokia G21 is scheduled to hit the market in the near future. The buzz surrounding this yet-to-be-released smartphone has only grown in the last several days. Roland Quandt just leaked the official renders of the forthcoming smartphone via a tweet. The renders provide a decent look at the device’s front and back panels, as well as the design language.
Nokia ppl…. is this a G400? Or something else? Hard to tell after HMD only announced their CES stuff using 1992 level resolution…… TA-1401… anyone able to help out? pic.twitter.com/Z7CnKcWQ2V— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) February 3, 2022
A Geekbench entry for the identical device was also discovered earlier this week. The smartphone will be available in three colours, according to the tweet: dark green, dark brown, and light green.
The Nokia G21 is rumoured to have a 6.5-inch LCD display with HD+ quality, a waterdrop notch for housing the selfie camera, and substantial bezels across the display.
A Unisoc T606 processor will power the Nokia G21, which will have 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It is expected to have a triple-lens system with a 50MP primary sensor and two auxiliary sensors. On the software front, the gadget is believed to come pre-installed with Android 12.
However, there are currently no specifics about the device’s possible release date or debut price. We hope to learn more about the smartphone’s feature sheet, pricing, and battery size in the coming weeks, given that it is expected to ship a few months later.