Nokia's recent efforts in marketing its smartphones have taken a very interesting turn, as the company strives for greater environmental sustainability and environmental responsibility. With the unveiling of its newest smartphone, the Nokia G22, the Finnish brand appears to be in no hurry to commit to this goal.
Nokia claims the Nokia G22 to be "built to last, with recycled materials and QuickFix repairability." This means that the phone is aimed at users who don't want to spend money on third-party providers to repair their phones.
The G22 features a 6.5" HD+ display, a 90Hz refresh rate, and Gorilla Glass 3 protection, as well as 2MP macro and depth cameras, as well as a 5050 mAh battery.
The phone will come with Android 12, along with future upgrades to Android 13 and 14.
iFixit will provide repair guides for phones that aren't as simple as pulling out the back cover as used in Nokia phones of older.