Have you ever fancied an affordable Android phone with a battery that lasts for a couple of days, and provides you with a warranty better than the rest in the industry? Well, it is your lucky day. HMD Global may just have a perfect solution to fulfil that desire.

Nokia G21 is the latest release in Nokia’s G-series. This new model attempts to impress the consumer with long-lasting battery life and lets you use the phone for up to three days without a charger. Imagine that you are on a 2-day business trip but forgot to bring the charger – it won’t be a worry if you have a Nokia G21. If that is still not enough, Nokia G21 is equipped with an all-new Super Battery Saver mode to further extend the battery life and help you stay connected.

G21 has a 6.5-inch large screen size. For the very first time, HMD Global puts a display with a 90Hz refresh rate on a G-series mobile. If you have not experienced a high refresh rate screen, this will potentially be a great chance to have it a go; the difference between 60Hz and 90Hz is absolutely a giant leap.

Nokia G21 manages to retain the well-known Finnish durability with a new design. It is thinner and feels more comfortable when grabbed in hand. Thanks to the tough polycarbonate, G21 offers a durable design yet continues to honour the Nordic excellence a Nokia phone has brought to people over the years.

It is worth mentioning that this phone comes with a 50 MP camera with a triple-lens layout. You are limitless when creating professional photographs and videos. Even in a low light environment, it is still capable of capturing details. This time, Nokia G21 has packed some AI features into photography to help with light control when taking a selfie and enhance the zoom quality of your shots.

Software-wise, there are two years of Android OS updates and three years of security updates available for the Nokia G21. HMD Global scheduled an update of Android 12 for this phone when it’s ready to ship.

Nokia G21 is available from Vodafone Australia from 10 May 2022 on a Pre-Paid plan in blue with a 4GB / 64GB configuration starting at AU$199.

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720p screen in mid 2022 means this phone is utter garbage.