New Nokia G20 Pre-Booking Date Announced On Amazon, Price Leaked

Chris Steward
Chris Steward
New Nokia G20

Nokia isn’t stopping anytime soon and is launching budget contenders for users. Its new smartphone, the Nokia G20, is being available for pre-booking on Amazon from 7 July onwards. While the Amazon banner announcing the smartphone contained the price of the smartphone, now it has been edited to display the bare minimum details and pricing and the configuration seems to be missing for the banner now. It is highly recommended to search extensively for the specifications and then proceed to book the Nokia G20 in advance.

Nokia G20 Leaked Specifications

As per the leaks, the smartphone could be powered by the MediaTek Helios G35 chipset along with a base configuration of 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. Other noticeable features include Android 11 out of the box with the guarantee of three years worth of security updates and two years’ worth of OS updates as well. The Nokia G20 uses a 6.5-inch display whose resolution remains a mystery.

For the security mechanism, it can feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner with a 48 MP rear camera module and a 5000 mAh battery pack. USB Type-C port is also expected with a basic charging capacity of just 10 Watts.

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Nokia G20 price leaked

Earlier, the banner on Amazon displayed the price as 12999 INR for specifications that were unknown to the visitors. Now, the pricing is edited out of the banner and only the pre-booking date and time is visible. The infographic on Amazon claims that the Nokia G20 has a battery that can last up to 3 days on a single charge which could be great news for many users.


Nokia G20 is building up hype but booking for mid-range pricing seems abrupt. It may be a marketing tactic to test the interest but with a supposed HD+ resolution, no fast charging, average processor and configuration, it won’t fancy many smartphone buyers. Nokia G20 doesn’t have a direct buying date as of yet and that may be an indication of the limited number of units made by the once-popular phone maker of the globe.

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