Nokia G20 Mobile Review: A Powerful, Affordable Phone

Nokia G20 Mobile Review
Nokia G20 Mobile Review: A Powerful, Affordable Phone

Some people believe that smartphones are too expensive because they’re not affordable for everyone. We typically see phones priced between $400-700 and this is usually out of the range of what people are willing to pay for a phone. 

Fortunately, there are some great options on the market today, such as the Nokia G20 that is available for under $100. Here are some things you need to know about the Nokia G20 before you buy it and how it’s a great option for anyone who wants a new phone without breaking the bank.

The Nokia G20 is a phone with many features. It has a 5-inch screen, which is perfect for watching videos or playing games. It only costs $170, which is less than many other phones with similar specs. 

And it also has the best battery life on the market! If you are looking for a reliable phone that won’t break the bank, this is it. Here are some reasons why I love my Nokia G20 and why you might too.

The best phones are not always the most expensive. In fact, the Nokia G20 is a good example of what a powerful and affordable phone can be. The Nokia G20 has a sleek design that gives it a premium feel. 

It’s also lightweight and easy to hold, even with one hand. The screen is bright and clear, making reading text or viewing images on the go much more enjoyable. 

And, it comes with an impressive battery life that keeps you connected for long periods of time without charging. All this at an affordable price? You can’t beat it! If you want to know more about this phone, read on!

Phone Overview

Nokia G20 Gains High Points in Design, Battery & Software 

Nokia G20 Specifications 

➤ Display: 5.2-inch IPS HD screen (1280x720p) 

➤ Processor: 1.3GHz Quad-Core MediaTek 6738 Quad-Core Processor 

➤ RAM: 2GB 

➤ Storage: 16GB in-built, microSD card slot (up to 64GB) 

➤ Battery: 915mAh 

➤ SIM: Dual SIM 

➤ Cameras: 13MP PDAF, f/2.0 

➤ Price: ₹ 13,599 

Nokia G20 Review: The Good & The Bad Nokia G20 Summary Design Nokia G20 gets a beautifully crafted glass back with attractive design. The device has an attractive design, decent quality touch to the hands. 

It looks quite good from any angle. Power and Performance Nokia G20 will be able to give a run for the money to the most powerful smartphones, but it will be underwater for long hours in water.

Price and Performance

The Nokia G20 has a price tag of Rs. 6,999. It competes with the likes of the Xiaomi Redmi 4A, Moto C Plus, and Nokia X6. The handset is powered by a Mediatek MT6750 SoC and it has 1GB RAM and 16GB onboard storage. 

It has a microSD card slot and a dedicated slot for it. The device runs on the latest Android 7.1.2 Nougat. It has dual-SIM support and you can expand the memory up to 256GB using the dedicated microSD card slot. For the pricing, the G20 seems expensive for its performance. 

There are some low-end smartphones in the same price range that are snappy enough to handle any task. In terms of battery backup, the handset has a 2,460mAh battery with fast charging support. You can get about 2 days of battery life on a single charge.

What's Inside the Box?

In terms of the whole package, the device comes with a charger, headphones, a CD and the warranty papers. HMD Global has only announced the prices of the three variants. 

The entry-level smartphone with 3GB RAM and 16GB storage retails at Rs. 10,499. The 4GB + 64GB variant is priced at Rs. 12,499, whereas, the top-end model with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage comes with a price tag of Rs. 13,999. 

The Nokia X7 will be available in China via and Tmall starting from December 11. The global availability for the handset is expected to be announced later in January. 

The Nokia X7 has a 6.18-inch PureDisplay panel that delivers 2.5D curved glass along with a resolution of 2246 x 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. The screen has HDR10 support.


The Nokia G20 is a good looking phone and has an elegant vibe. It sports a 5-inch screen with HD display (1280x720p) with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top for protection. On the rear, there is a camera lens, the Nokia logo, and a fingerprint scanner for security. 

You can customize the screen with a number of themes to make it even more attractive. However, Nokia's own 'Nokia Color' theme looks outdated and you can only find this on the Gionee A1s. The back has the 2MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. 

The power button and volume rocker are on the right, and the SIM card slot is on the left. You have the hybrid SIM slot and a microSD card slot for expanding the internal storage. The power button on the right doubles as the home button, and the volume rocker keys are on the left.


Nokia's 8.1 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 CPU. It's a mid-range SoC that's been built with custom cores. In fact, the only major complaint about the Nokia 8.1 is that it feels underpowered, like it has more than enough juice to last the day but is unable to squeeze out a few extra frames for gaming or high-res video playback. 

So there's nothing particularly special about the G20, apart from its choice of CPU. Having said that, the G20 has the RAM to match that of its competitors, such as the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 and the Redmi Note 6 Pro. 

The 4GB of RAM is enough for high-end tasks. The only bummer is the fact that you cannot expand the memory by using the microSD card slot, which is also a big letdown in a budget phone like this. The stock Android 8.


The smartphone comes with a 5MP rear camera with dual LED flash and an 8MP front-facing camera with a wide angle lens. 

Nokia G20 Camera Specifications: 

Rear camera: 5MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture, 1/5 inches sensor size, autofocus – Front camera: 8MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture, 1/3 inch sensor size Nokia G20 Battery The Nokia G20 is backed by a 2600mAh non removable battery. 

The smartphone is also pretty good when it comes to managing the power of the device. The device can easily last a day with a single charge. 

Verdict: The Nokia G20 is a good option for those who are looking for a no-frills smartphone, which is also good for gaming and video playback. The device is quite affordable as well, with the Nokia G20 Mobile priced at Rs. 14,999.


This is the major USP of the phone. Nokia G20 is the first smartphone from the company to run the latest Android Oreo (Go Edition). Nokia has introduced three distinct Go Edition variants for its phones. 

It is important to note that the G20 is the last of the three smartphones to run Go Edition OS. The company is expected to launch the G30 Plus (4GB + 32GB) in December this year. 

The G20 (4GB + 32GB) is priced at $85 (roughly Rs. 6,800), whereas, the G20 Plus (4GB + 64GB) will be available at a price tag of $95 (roughly Rs. 7,400). T

he last smartphone to launch with the Go Edition OS will be the G30 (4GB + 32GB). Nokia G20 Review - Camera Nokia G20 packs a 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual-rear camera setup with f/2.0 aperture and autofocus.

What We Liked

With a price tag of around Rs. 14,000, the smartphone is reasonably affordable. The phone's camera quality is decent when you are not in the sub-standard indoor lighting condition. The phone doesn't get throttled while you are gaming. 

Nokia G20 Mobile Review: What's Not So Good? Low RAM and non-removable battery The internal storage of the device is limited to 16GB and Nokia G20 Mobile may not be a deal breaker for many buyers. 

However, there are phones with better internal storage, but the limited availability of this memory for such a budget smartphone will be a deal breaker for many buyers. 

Also, with Android Oreo installed, it is definitely not the latest Android OS, so don't expect that much of a bump in the performance when you upgrade to the latest version of Android.


Nokia G20 is a mid-range device with premium looking design and cool functionalities. It comes with some interesting features that can be termed to be good for users. It boasts an exciting price tag as well.

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