The Nokia G21 is well-made and feels luxurious in the hand. It's easy to handle because of the crimped texture on the rear.
If you ask us, the Nokia G21's dispay is a major NO at this price bracket. It's an HD+ panel, but the colours are dull and the display lacks vibrancy.
The G21 is adequate for all day-to-day tasks such as social media surfing, web browsing, and video watching, but it struggles with multitasking and gaming.
In daylight, the phone takes good pictures with good details and natural colours. Because focusing takes time, you must maintain the device stable.
The Nokia G21's 5,000mAh battery lasted us over eight hours, which is impressive for a budget phone.
The Nokia G21 makes many compromises to provide a clean software experience and regular software updates.