With a focus on self-repair, HMD Global introduces the Nokia G22 📱, a phone that sells essential components like the screen, back cover, battery, and charging port through iFixit. These components are frequently the main points of failure in phones due to cracked screens, worn-out batteries, or damaged charging ports.
The device has a 6.52-inch screen with a resolution of 720×1200 pixels, a Unisoc T606 (Cortex A75 2 cores and Cortex A55 2 cores) processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, an 8-megapixel front camera, and 3 rear cameras, the main one of which is a 50-megapixel camera. It also supports NFC and has a headphone jack and a microSD card slot.
It weights 195 grams and has an IP52 rating for water resistance.
The software is Android 12, with security updates provided for three years along with two additional versions.
The phone will be available for sale in the UK on March 8th for £149.99, and may be released in some European countries at a price of €179, but there are no plans for availability in other countries. The current prices of replacement parts are €19.95 for the charging port, €49.95 for the screen, €24.95 for the battery, and €24.95 for the back cover.
In any case, as you all know, “Nokia is unbreakable”. So, why do we need it?, hehe 🤣