HMD blighted the internet by announcing the abandonment of the Nokia branding, which it had owned since 2016. Nokia is getting back into the swing of things with a whole new introduction of the Nokia G22. HMD has a huge plan ahead for the valley; they had planned to reveal their own line of branded smartphones but perhaps changed their decision and swiftly shifted direction.
The brand flabbergasted Nokia fans by breaking the news that the company is debuting a new color variant for the Nokia G22. The news flared up through HMD’s official X (formerly Twitter) account.
The Nokia G22, known for its user repairability, made its debut at last year’s MWC, offering Meteor Grey, Pink, and Lagoon Blue options. The recent addition to the inventory speaks about some resplendent appearance of the device that just drowned in a sea full of sparkling elements that would have made it to emerge with an unimaginable look or a depiction of the bewitching tincture, dubbed So Peach, boasting a peach-colored back panel, aligning perfectly with the Pantone color of the year 2024, Peach Fuzz.
Pricing for the Nokia G22 So Peach is expected to be consistent with other color variants, starting at EUR 130 (roughly RS. 11,583) for the base model with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. However, availability details remain unknown.
Sporting a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a noticeable bottom chin, the Nokia G22 features a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a rectangular camera setup on the rear, housing a 50MP primary sensor and two 2MP lenses. Beneath the surface, it packs a Unisoc T606 processor paired with 4GB RAM and up to 128GB of storage, along with 2GB of virtual RAM and microSD support up to 2TB. The device is powered by a 5,050mAh battery supporting 20W charging and runs on Android 12, promising two years of guaranteed OS updates.