Nokia claims that the smartphones come with improved imaging and durability in the C series. In addition, Nokia also introduced its first-ever Nokia G22 smartphone with repairability at its core, including a global collaboration with iFixit.
Nokia is reportedly on the way. Following the launch of the Nokia X30 5G flagship this month, HMD Global has launched three budget and mid-range phones. The smartphones are said to offer a huge battery life of three days. Nokia claims that the smartphones come with improved imaging and durability in the C series. In addition, Nokia also introduced its first-ever core repairable smartphone, the Nokia G22, including a global collaboration with iFixit.
Adam Ferguson, Head of Product Marketing, HMD Global, on Nokia phones: “People appreciate a quality device with a long life and shouldn’t have to compromise on price to get one. The new Nokia G22 is purpose-built with a repairable design so you can keep it for even longer, and with advanced imaging on the Nokia C32 and improved durability on the Nokia C22, we’re bringing even more value to the C Series.”
Nokia G22 – a smartphone that you can repair yourself
Nokia claims that the G22 is the first Nokia smartphone to be purposefully designed with a “repairability core”. To facilitate repairs, Nokia has partnered with iFixit, a global repair community. Nokia says you can easily access repair guides and affordable parts to replace a damaged display, bent charging port or dead battery on the Nokia G22.
The new G Series features a 100 percent recycled plastic back, OZO Playback that delivers enhanced bass and clearer sound, plus 2 years of AndroidTM OS upgrades, three years of monthly security updates and an extended three-year warranty at no extra cost.
Nokia C22 – the most durable in the series
Nokia claims that the C22 comes with the highest build quality. For protection, the phone has an IP52 degree of protection, ready to take on the unexpected moments of everyday life. The phone also features a 2.5D tempered glass display and a solid metal chassis housed in a solid polycarbonate unibody design. The phone comes with an improved 13MP camera, heralding the first steps towards bringing production to Europe.
Nokia C32 – a phone focused on the camera
The Nokia C32 is equipped with a 50-megapixel primary camera. It comes with a toughened glass finish and sleek straight sidewalls that give the C Series a premium feel. Coming with Android 13 out of the box, the Nokia C32 brings the most personalized software yet for a modern smartphone.
Nokia G22, C22 and C32: Price
The Nokia G22 was launched in two colour variants, Meteor Gray and Lagoon Blue, with two memory and storage options: 4/64GB and 4/128GB. The global average suggested retail price (RRP) for this device is €179, which is approximately INR 15,307.21.
If you need to replace parts or repair your Nokia G22, you can purchase a Home Fit Kit from iFixit.com for €5 (approximately INR 428.91). Replacement parts are also available on iFixit.com at a worldwide average price of €49.95 (approx. INR 4,284.95) for the screen, €24.95 (approx. INR 2,141.98) for the battery and €19.95 (approx 1.7 INR) for 3.6 INR charging port.
The Nokia C32 is available in three colours: Charcoal, Autumn Green and Beach Pink, with two memory and storage options: 3/64 GB and 4/128 GB. The global average RRP for this device is €139, which is approximately INR 11,931.95. Check with your local dealer for availability.
The Nokia C22 is available in two colors: Midnight Black and Sand, with two memory and storage options: 2/64 GB and 3/64 GB. The worldwide average RRP for this device is 129 Euros which is approximately 11,065.60 Indian Rupees. Check with your local dealer for availability.
To charge your devices, you can pair them with Nokia’s new 65W dual-port wall charger, which is compatible with any USB-C cable. It provides faster charging and has a case made from 70 percent recycled materials. You can buy it on Nokia.com for €49.99, which is around INR 4,292.38.