The Nokia G10 is the latest phone in the Mid-range G series lineup. The G10 comes with decent features and some extra perks that set it apart from some of its competitors.
Here’s an in-depth look into the phone.
It has an attractive, Scandinavian design with a matte finish that resists fingerprints. This also gives the phone a good grip so it’s not prone to falling. The screen is 6.50 inches with a teardrop notch for the front camera. This, coupled with 1600 by 720 resolution, the display is pretty clear making the phone good for streaming videos and gaming.
There’s a power button that is integrated with a fingerprint sensor on the right side. You’ll also find the volume button on that side. On the left side, there’s a SIM/SD card slot and a designated Google Assistant button.
The phone is available in two colours; Dusk and Night.
The phone comes with a 4GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage and is powered by a MediaTek Helio G25 Processor, a Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and a PowerVR GE8320. The phone is okay with day to day usage and didn’t show any lag while streaming videos and multitasking.
It runs on Android 11 with monthly security updates for 3 years. This assures users of utmost protection from viruses and other threats. Additionally, it is expected to get two major operating system updates. Additionally, the Nokia G10 doesn’t have any bloatware which can be a tad bit annoying.
The Nokia G10 has a triple rear camera setup at the back comprising a 13MP primary sensor, 2MP depth sensor, and 2MP macro lens. It outdoes itself in good lighting giving users some pretty good pictures and videos. It also performs well in low light though the images are not as sharp.
The front camera is 8 megapixels which allow users to take decent selfies. It has a great depth of field and photos are pretty clear.
The G10 comes with a 5,050 mAh battery that can last up to 3 days depending on usage. Even with heavy use, it’s almost impossible to drain it in a day. This certainly stands out not only in its price range but also in the entire smartphone market.
Thankfully, it comes with a 10W Type C charger which means that charging the phone is not a time consuming affair.
The phone is well built with an exceptional battery life giving users value for their money. You also get a workable camera, smooth performance, and a great display. With such features, the Nokia G10 is certainly worth a try. You can get it at Ksh. 15,000.