Nokia is expected to launch a mid-range handset – Nokia G21 soon in the country. The upcoming G-series device was recently spotted on the Geekbench database. Now, in a new development, Roland Quandt has leaked the renders of the upcoming Nokia G21. The renders showcase the device in Blue and Brown colour options.
The leaked renders also confirm that the upcoming Nokia G-series handset will offer a triple-rear camera setup. Let us take a closer look at Nokia G21 leaked renders and specifications.
Nokia G21 Renders and Design
The leaked renders reveal that the handset will offer a bezel-less display with a waterdrop notch and a thick bottom chin. The pack panel of the handset appears to have a textured finish and a dual-tone design. The rectangular camera module will reside on the top left corner of the panel and will have a glossy finish which helps it stand out of the rest of the back panel.
The right edge of the handset will house the volume rockers and the power button. The power button on the handset will also double as the fingerprint scanner. The left edge of the handset will make room for the sim-card tray and a button, which will probably be a dedicated Google Assistant button.
Nokia G21 Specifications and Features
The Nokia G21 was spotted on the Geekbench database earlier this week. The database listing confirmed that the handset will be powered by an octa-core UniSoC T606 and Mali G57 GPU. It will retail in 4GB RAM variant and will come pre-loaded with Android 11.
The Nokia G21 will offer a triple-rear camera setup and a LED flash. The leaked renders confirm that the primary shooter on the device will be a 50MP sensor. The other two sensors on the device could be 2MP macro lens and 2MP depth sensor.
The Nokia G21 is said to feature a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD display with 1600 × 720 pixel resolution and a 20:9 aspect ratio. The handset might be powered by a 5050mAh battery unit. The handset is said to launch this month in the Indian market.
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