Need an affordable Nokia G20 Price in Ghana, right? How about getting a dig into the phone before committing your hard-earned cash to make the purchase? I bet you want to and we’re here to help.
The phone hit the Ghanaian market some months ago so we’ve got some helpful insight to share with you.
First, the Nokia G20 is a budget phone running on the Android 11 software and promises to give you a battery life of up to three days.
But, is that all there is to the phone that was released as a replacement for the Nokia 5.4? We’ll learn about the good and the bad side of it pretty soon.
Before we dive deeper, let’s take a quick look at the main features to see if our Nokia G20 price in Ghana is truly competitive.
- Size: 6.52 inches
- SIM: Dual SIM
- Network: LTE 4G
- Memory: 64GB,128GB/4GB
- Camera: 48MP
- Battery: 5050 mAh
Get the Nokia G20 price in Ghana at GH¢ 1,299.00 (64GB+4GB) or GH¢ 1,510.00 (128GB+4GB) only!
The phone has a curved design on the back, is easy to handle, and is aesthetically appealing. It’s got a
matt finish as well as a Nano-textured finish, making it difficult to slip through the hand.
You’ll find the fingerprint sensor neatly located at the power button, unlike the Nokia 5.4’s rear fingerprint
sensor. This version of the Nokia Smartphone does not come with a punch-hole display like the aforementioned device.
The Nokia G20 has a 20:9 display ratio which isn’t necessarily bulky but big enough to offer a good user experience when accessing the various features.
The 6.5-inch HD+ display isn’t bad as it offers a bright display. The brightness level is somewhere 40-45% and comes with an adaptive brightness which I personally don’t enable.
I like to set things myself in any given situation manually. Of course, it’s up to you to decide what’s good
for you. Colour reproduction is generally good with awesome viewing angles.
Although this isn’t a gaming device in its strictest sense, you’ll get a smooth gaming experience without lags or any unnecessary breakages.
With a 48MP sensor, the camera department of the phone isn’t doing bad at all. Hopefully, you’ll be able to take a decision about the Nokia G20 price in Ghana after learning about how the camera stacks up.
It produces good colours under diverse conditions with the 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera. The phone also features a 2-megapixel macro camera as well as a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
Perhaps the 8-megapixel for your selfie needs should incentivize you to give the Nokia G20 price in Ghana a thought. Like the 5.4, shots come off clear with the G20 outperforming the former in low-light conditions.
So if you were looking for a phone for a night party, this could be a good one to carry along. Images illuminate with an improved Night mode in place.
One thing that’s not particularly exciting has to do with changing the resolution in the video mode. Buried somewhere in the Camera Settings, you’ll need to undertake a number of taps to get there.
Also, edge detection isn’t perfect when selfies are taken in portrait mode. It’s quite better when the rear camera is in use as it shows a lot of detail with quality saturation.
Still wondering if the Nokia G20 price in Ghana we’ve got for you is a good one? Well, let’s see what the
performance looks like. Yes, the phone is powered by Android 11 and is also packed with the Helio G35 processor.
This is a decent processor with the ability to handle common tasks like calling, videoing, chatting, and running several other applications without suffering slowdowns.
It’s also able to support most games and does well even when you’re multitasking. The phone comes with eight Cortex-A53 cores which run at a maximum frequency of 2.3Ghz.
It’s got an integrated IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU and support for Bluetooth 5 as well as GPS/AGPS for your interest. The other features to expect include but are not limited to GLONASS, Beidou navigation as well as an FM Radio for your enjoyment.
Moving to find our best Nokia G20 price in Ghana, we need to find out the quality of the battery for the phone. Thankfully, this is one of the areas where the phone scores pretty high.
With a 5,050mAh battery life, you’ll have little to no worries on daily basis. You won’t have to suffer any battery anxiety in the middle of the day as it can go up to two days with a full charge.
Whether you do streaming, videoing or long browsing, you can rest assured that this battery life will
be enough to take you the long haul. Screen-on time lasts between 10 hrs – 12 hrs which is better than its predecessor.
For moderate users, it’s a big win!
What’s rather disappointing is the 10W wired charger Nokia includes in the box. Given that fast-charging devices are currently available, one would have expected something better.
But, hey! It remains a budget phone and there’s only so much one can expect. If you’re more particular about the battery life and not necessarily how long it takes to charge you’re in for solid battery life to support your activities.
Now that you’ve known what the battery life looks like, why not grab one with our cool Nokia G20 price in Ghana now?
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|720 x 1600 pixels
|MediaTek MT6765G Helio G35 (12 nm)
|LED flash, HDR, panorama
|Fingerprint, gyro, proximity, accelerometer
We’ve seen the many strengths and some not-so-exciting features of the Nokia G20. And on the balance of probability, the odds tilt very much toward a decent phone with a moderate price.
The display is good, the software is supportive and the battery is the icing on the cake.
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