HMD’s Nokia G10 arrives in the U.S. with a large battery, a low $149 price, and a surprisingly good security support schedule. Pawn arena The G10, now available for pre-order on Amazon, is reported to be sold directly through Nokia’s website later this week. The G10 was first announced in Europe last month along with five other mid-range units.
Low-end Android phones are generally not known for their great software support. It is common for manufacturers to provide security updates only in rare cases for two years, and usually only once for OS platform updates. HMD is breaking the standard by offering 2 years of OS platform updates (Android 12 and 13 in this case) and 3 years of security updates. The policy is to use the G10 for several years.
Other specs of the Nokia G10 include a 6.5-inch 720p display, a huge 5,050 mAh battery, 3 GB of RAM, a MediaTek G25 chipset with 32 GB of storage, a 13-megapixel rear camera with a 2 megapixel macro and depth sensor. It will be available on Nokia.com on Thursday, May 27th.