The Nokia G10 entry-level smartphone has surfaced once again in the wild, filling in the blanks left by its previous sighting.
Namely the chipset of choice, which up until now was only said to have an octa-core CPU. Thanks to Geekbench, we know it will be the MediaTek Helio P22. The listing also shows that his is a G10 model with 3GB of RAM, although there will also reportedly be a 4GB model.
Nokia G10 reveals Helio P22 chip and 3GB of RAM on Geekbench
The Nokia G10 has a 6.32-inch IPS LCD of 720x1560px resolution, 4,000mAh battery and four cameras. A 48MP main camera, coupled with a 5MP ultrawide and a pair of 2MP sensors – one depth and one macro. There’s a 16MP selfie camera on the opposite end.
Nokia will hold an event on April 8, at which it will announce the G10 alongside the Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, two budget 5G smartphones with Snapdragon 480 chipsets.