Nokia G20 was announced on December 15, 2020.
Nokia G20 sits below or replaces Nokia 5.4 in the Nokia smartphones lineup depending upon markets, though HMD Global has not decided to discontinue Nokia 5.4 so far. Nokia G20 is priced very similar or slightly less than Nokia 5.4 in most of the markets including India.
- Nokia Power User: Nokia G20 an impressive mid-ranger with quality camera & excellent battery life - July 26, 2021.
The Nokia G20 comes with Android 11, which accumulates all your software in one place. The brand is adding new features every day. Whether you are looking for high-quality features in its internal section or in the battery section, phones are getting better and better. The 2.3 GHz processor has an innate power to raise the bar on performance. If combined with 12nm – MediTek Helio G35, there is no doubt that you will use the phone perfectly. Of course, the PowerVR graphics card has a good reputation for providing a decent visual experience. Even you can play lite games without any problems. You can buy 4 GB of RAM with a 64 GB or 128 GB storage option. There is much more to do with the initial version, but you can choose the superior version according to your needs. You can expand your storage through the microSD slot.
- Oispice: Memory and Internal - April 24, 2021.
The battery inside the G20 has a capacity of 5050mAh. That's big but by now not unique. Still, HMD Global thinks you can get up to 3 days of use out of that. This is partly due to the use of a bare version of Android. By leaving out the bells and whistles, you save on battery. An additional advantage of Android One is that you get 2 years of Android updates and 3 years of monthly security updates. Well as safe.
- New Mobile: Safe choice .
Nokia is an HMD Global brand known for its budget-friendly offerings and focused appeal. And the Nokia G20, focused primarily on battery life, is certainly no exception to that. But how any device, built by this company or any other, fares in real-world use can be difficult to pin down. And Nokia recently sent us the G20 in its Night blue coloration — it’s also available in Glacier white — for a full review to put it to the test. It’s safe to say, having tested this device for some time now, that this is a handset that mostly impresses. Where it does fall apart isn’t too surprising either. Because this smartphone is priced at under $200, there were always going to be trade-offs made. In this case, those apply mostly to performance under load. But even that doesn’t necessarily tell the whole story. So let’s dive right in and see where the Nokia G20 shines and where it falls just short of the mark.
- Android Headlines: Nokia G20 in a view - July 30, 2021.
There are several ways to use Nokia G20 with Outlook and Office 365.
If your Outlook folder is an Exchange or Office 365 folder, click here for a detailed setup guide to sync with Nokia G20.
For IMAP and POP3 folders, you can sync Outlook Contacts and Calendar with Google. Then on the phone, use Android Contacts and Android Calendar. Click here for a detailed setup guide.
For any foldder type, CompanionLink can sync Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. This works with any version of Outlook.
Last modified: Jul 30, 2021 5:32 pm