The Nokia G20 will land in North America for US$199 from next month with two OS updates and three years of security updates
HMD Global revealed the Nokia G10 and Nokia G20 in April, albeit only in Europe. However, the company has now confirmed that it will release the Nokia G20 in North America, too. Better yet, the Nokia G20 will launch for a lower price than the device sells for in Europe.
According to Liliputing, HMD Global has set the Nokia G20 at US$199, roughly 10% cheaper than it is in the Eurozone (€189). The device will be available from July 1, although Nokia does not currently list it on its US website. The Nokia G10 is available for US$149.99 through Amazon (affiliate link) or Nokia directly though, if you cannot wait until July 1.
The Nokia G20 has a 6.5-inch and 720p IPS display powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 SoC and 4 GB of RAM. The device also comes with 128 GB of expandable storage, a 5,050 mAh battery, five cameras and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. HMD Global pre-installs Android 11 and promises to deliver up to Android 13. Additionally, the Nokia G20 will receive at least three years worth of monthly security updates, which is more than can be said for many Android smartphones.