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Killexams : Nokia (PDM_2002001060) outline - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/PDM-2002001060 Search results Killexams : Nokia (PDM_2002001060) outline - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/PDM-2002001060 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Nokia Killexams : Nokia confirms Android 13 is coming to five more phones

Nokia revealed recently that it has completed migration to Android 12 and if any smartphone hasn’t received the OS, won’t be getting it in the future. The announcement was followed by a confirmation of which devices are first in line for Android 13.

The list includes five devices - Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, Nokia XR20, Nokia G50, and Nokia G11 Plus, all of them on the cheaper side of the price spectrum.

Nokia X20 Nokia X10 Nokia XR20 Nokia G50 Nokia G11 Plus
Nokia X20 • Nokia X10 • Nokia XR20 • Nokia G50 • Nokia G11 Plus

The trio of new smartphones, C31, G60 5G, and X30 5G, announced back in September at IFA 2022 in Berlin, are not on the list, but that's because the last two aren't yet available in the China. The company already confirmed their update plans and Android 13 is definitely coming.

The other five Nokia phones confirmed today meet the Android Enterprise Recommended requirements, which are business-oriented, such as bulk deployment with zero-touch enrollment, quick Android security updates (within 90 days of release from Google), physical availability of enough units, and “consistent application experience”.

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Killexams : Nokia G60 hands-on review

Introduction

Buying a smartphone is simple - you weigh the features against the price and try to find the best value. At least, that's how reasonable buyers do it.

Looking at the phone's specs goes a long way, but it's far from the full story. There's more to consider - like HMD's 3-3-3 promise for the Nokia smartphone lineup - that's three years of OS updates, 3 years of security patches, and 3 years of warranty. That certainly enhances a phone's value if you plan on sticking with it for a few years. Some buyers would even rate it higher than a 108MP camera, or 5,000mAh battery.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

Nokia's name still carries a certain weight with buyers, especially those in Europe. Some people open Amazon, type in Nokia, and get busy ordering.

Those people would be happy with the Nokia G60 because it's a solid phone with an okay price and the aforementioned stellar software support. But we're different here at GSMArena. We're the types to do thorough analysis and compose Buyer's Guides to help those reasonable people get the best deal. And we'll have our say before this hands-on is done.

Let's first look at the Nokia G60 key specs.

Nokia G60 specs at a glance:

  • Body: 166.0x75.9x8.6mm, 190g; Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5), plastic frame, plastic back; Splash resistant.
  • Display: 6.58" IPS LCD, 120Hz, 400 nits (typ), 1080x2408px resolution, 20.07:9 aspect ratio, 401ppi.
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM6375 Snapdragon 695 5G (6 nm): Octa-core (2x2.2 GHz Kryo 660 Gold & 6x1.7 GHz Kryo 660 Silver); Adreno 619.
  • Memory: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM; microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot).
  • OS/Software: Android 12.
  • Rear camera: Wide (main): 50 MP, f/1.8, 1/2.5", 0.7µm, PDAF; Ultra wide angle: 5 MP, f/2.2, 1/5"; Depth: 2 MP, f/2.4.
  • Front camera: 8 MP, f/2.0, (wide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm.
  • Video capture: Rear camera: 1080p@30fps; Front camera: 1080p@30fps.
  • Battery: 4500mAh; 20W wired, PD3.0.
  • Misc: Fingerprint reader (side-mounted); FM radio; 3.5mm jack.

The Nokia G60 is placed in an increasingly busy segment around the €300 price point. Most of its competitors pack larger batteries, chargers in the box (not to mention fast ones), AMOLED displays, better secondary cameras, and sometimes, more capable chipsets.

Nokia tries to counter the specs inferiority with stock Android software, the promise of better support, and a focus on reducing the carbon footprint. The G60 comes in a box made of recycled paper, while the phone uses recycled plastic - the back panel is 100% recycled, while the frame is 60%.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

This will matter to some buyers and surely to the planet. But they only matter if the final product is any good, so let's have a look.

Design and handling

Nokia is very serious about its environmental footprint so it ships the G60 in a fully recycled box with a USB cable and no charger. The box itself features placeholders for other accessories and Nokia ships the G60 with a 20W charger in certain markets.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The Nokia G60 is a conventional-looking device that's big but not huge. It has a 6.58-inch 1080p IPS display complete with an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, which means it will toggle the maximum 120Hz when you interact with the display and go back down to 60Hz when it's idle. Videos are automatically capped at 60Hz, while webpages are refreshed at 120Hz (while you're touching the screen).

The panel is nicely sharp at 401ppi and retains most of its legibility when looked at from an angle. Colors are vivid and there is a great amount of contrast for an LCD. The panel has a blueish tint out of the box but there's a white balance slider that'll make things right when pushed to the Warm side the appropriate amount.

At 390 nits the display is sufficiently bright if far from blinding. There's an additional boost in Auto mode, that pushes the panel to 440 nits in direct sunlight. The glass atop the display is Gorilla Glass 5, while the 8MP selfie camera sits on a waterdrop notch.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The casing of the Nokia G60 is plastic. The frame, which is made out of 60% recycled plastic, is flat and grippy.

There's a two-stage volume button on the right with a power button with a built-in fingerprint scanner underneath. The capacitive reader is snappy and without issues. The only thing worth mentioning is the tedious setup process - there are only so many ways I can twist my thumb for you, G60.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The phone is IP52-rated, which means it's nearly dust tight and can deal with rain. Moving on to the left side of the phone, there's a hybrid dual SIM and microSD card slot, which means you can have two cards at a time.

The left side and the SIM slot The left side and the SIM slot
The left side and the SIM slot

There's a secondary microphone on the top, while on the bottom of the G60, there's a USB-C port flanked by the 3.5mm headphone jack and the only speaker.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The rear panel is made of fully recycled plastic. Nokia has added a tactile blotchy texture to the rear panel to perhaps solidify the feeling that you're being good to nature, but it makes the phone feel better and different.

The back is also where you'll find the main cameras. The main wide camera has a 50MP sensor and an f/1.8 lens, while the 5MP ultrawide unit has an f/2.2 lens and fixed focus. There's a 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor and an LED flash.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The Nokia G60 feels balanced in the hand. It's not too heavy at 190g and the flat frame doesn't dig into the hand.

Near-stock Android 12

The Nokia G60 runs a relatively unmodified version of Android 12 with a now-old August security patch, not exactly impressive given the 3 years of security updates promise.

The Nokia G60 packs a Snapdragon 695 chipset with 6GB of RAM. The device runs well with little to no hiccups and slowdown. In fact, we feel that the Nokia G60 runs considerably smoother than other Snapdragon 695-powered handsets with custom Android skins.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The UI and overall appearance are close to stock Android. That includes the new pill-shaped quick toggles in the notification shade. And once again, it does not include the toggle for automatic brightness, and you have to dig deep into the settings menu to enable or disable the feature.

No change in the accurate apps menu that displays apps in a carousel formation and no change in the app drawer as well. The iconography in the general Settings menu has been revamped, though, so it might take some time to get used to.

Performance

Compared to the Snapdragon 690, the 695 has newer, more powerful CPU cores and GPU. The chip boasts 5G and is based on a reasonably modern 6nm manufacturing process by TSMC. The main two Kryo 560 Gold (Cortex-A77) cores are replaced with Kryo 660 Gold (Cortex-A78) cores clocked at 2.2 GHz while the six energy-efficient Kryo 560 Silver (Cortex-A55) clocked at 1.7 GHz remain the same. There's only a change in the name, now called Kryo 660 Silver.

The Adreno 619L GPU has been replaced with a regular Adreno 619. The SD695 now supports faster LPDDR4X memory at 2133 MHz as well.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

We've pitted the Nokia G60 against a bevy of similarly-priced opponents with chipsets ranging from the Snapdragon 778G, the Mediatek Dimensity 920, 900, and the Exynos 1280. In the G60, the Snapdragon 695 posted middle-of-the-pack results.

GeekBench 5 (multi-core)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    2801
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    2796
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    2335
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    2225
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    2157
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    2063
  • Realme 9 Pro
    2020
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    1964
  • Nokia G60 5G
    1908
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    1900
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    1891
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    1873
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    1820
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    1729
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    1662

GeekBench 5 (single-core)

Higher is better

  • Realme 9 Pro+
    814
  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    771
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    743
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    742
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    736
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    728
  • Realme 9 Pro
    694
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    688
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    670
  • Nokia G60 5G
    668
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    603
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    588
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    526
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    511
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    376

AnTuTu 9

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    506432
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    504424
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    437872
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    436640
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    416031
  • Nokia G60 5G
    402664
  • Realme 9 Pro
    401894
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    394918
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    382902
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    380818
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    379313
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    360255
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    319093
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    308741
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    244526

GFX Aztek ES 3.1 High (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    19
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    18
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    17
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    15
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    15
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    15
  • Nokia G60 5G
    12
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    12
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    12
  • Realme 9 Pro
    11
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    9.2
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    8.3
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    4.6

GFX Aztek ES 3.1 High (offscreen 1440p)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    13
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    13
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    11
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    10
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    10
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    10
  • Nokia G60 5G
    7.8
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    7.8
  • Realme 9 Pro
    7.8
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    7.8
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    6.1
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    5.5
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    3.1

GFX Aztek Vulkan High (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    20
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    19
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    16
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    15
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    15
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    14
  • Nokia G60 5G
    12
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    12
  • Realme 9 Pro
    12
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    12
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    8.7
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    7.7
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    4.8

GFX Aztek Vulkan High (offscreen 1440p)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    14
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    14
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    10
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    10
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    10
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    9.4
  • Nokia G60 5G
    8.2
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    8.2
  • Realme 9 Pro
    8.2
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    8
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    5.6
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    5.1
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    3.1

GFX Car Chase ES 3.1 (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    28
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    28
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    23
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    22
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    20
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    19
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    19
  • Nokia G60 5G
    17
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    17
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    16
  • Realme 9 Pro
    16
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    13
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    12
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    12
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    6.8

GFX Car Chase ES 3.1 (offscreen 1080p)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    33
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    33
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    27
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    25
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    24
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    23
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    23
  • Nokia G60 5G
    20
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    20
  • Realme 9 Pro
    19
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    19
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    16
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    14
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    14
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    8

GFX Manhattan ES 3.1 (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    49
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    47
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    41
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    38
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    35
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    35
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    35
  • Nokia G60 5G
    30
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    30
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    29
  • Realme 9 Pro
    29
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    23
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    22
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    21
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    12

GFX Manhattan ES 3.1 (offscreen 1080p)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    56
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    56
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    45
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    43
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    40
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    38
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    38
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    35
  • Realme 9 Pro
    35
  • Nokia G60 5G
    34
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    34
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    26
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    24
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    24
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    15

GFX Manhattan ES 3.0 (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    69
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    64
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    57
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    56
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    56
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    55
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    51
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    43
  • Realme 9 Pro
    41
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    41
  • Nokia G60 5G
    39
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    36
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    34
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    32
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    18

GFX Manhattan ES 3.0 (offscreen 1080p)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    77
  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    77
  • Realme 9 Pro+
    68
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
    64
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    61
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    60
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
    60
  • Nokia G60 5G
    47
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    47
  • Realme 9 Pro
    47
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
    47
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S 5G
    40
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro
    37
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11S
    37
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    21

3DMark SSE ES 3.1 (offscreen 1440p)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
    5015
  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
    5010
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
    3722
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
    3631
  • Realme 9 Pro
    2946
  • Nokia G60 5G
    2935
  • Motorola Edge 30 Neo
    2921
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
    1316

Battery life

The Nokia G60 comes with a respectable 4,500mAh battery. Some of its rivals have 5,000mAh batteries but the endurance we got from the G60 doesn't really warrant worry. We have just the onscreen tests in our hands-on review - the Nokia G60 scored 12:50 hours of constant video playback and exactly 18:00 hours of web browsing - one solid and one excellent result, respectively.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

The phone locks its refresh rate at 60Hz when you watch a video or browse the web so the 120Hz maximum refresh rate didn't really make an impact on endurance.

Camera

The Nokia G60 packs three cameras on the back - a 50MP main camera with 1.4µm pixels after 4-to-1 binning and an f/1.8 lens, a 5MP f/2.2 ultrawide without autofocus, one of those depth sensors, of 2MP resolution, and an 8MP fixed focus selfie camera with 1.12µm individual pixels and an f/2.0 lens.

Software-wise, the Nokia G60 brings smarts such as Capture Fusion for more detailed ultrawide shots, Dark Vision (aka Night Mode), and AI Portraits (aka Portrait mode). There's Tripod Mode, which will detect if the phone's on a stable surface and let the Night Mode run a bit longer for a brighter exposure.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

Looking at the samples, the G60 does a good job of retaining detail, boosting contrast and rendering color. Output is punchy, there's a wide dynamic range even if textures are overly-sharpened for you get a pleasing modern smartphone look to the shots. You could scuff at that oversharpening but you'd be wrong - if you're a photo purist, you'd need to reach much deeper in your pockets and get a far more capable hardware, perhaps even a dedicated camera.

Main wide camera - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/1942s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main wide camera - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/2387s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main wide camera - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/1012s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main wide camera - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/860s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main wide camera - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/462s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main wide camera - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/1043s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
Main wide camera

The HDR is particularly impressive. The Nokia G60 captured a very wide range of tones and colors even when pointed directly at the sun.

The main camera does well in contre-jour - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/1422s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review The main camera does well in contre-jour - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/1043s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review The main camera does well in contre-jour - f/1.8, ISO 100, 1/1698s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
The main camera does well in contre-jour

The ultrawide snaps very wide images. The good dynamic range carries over but the detail rendition is poor due to the step down in sensor and lens quality.

Ultrawide - f/2.2, ISO 100, 1/880s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Ultrawide - f/2.2, ISO 100, 1/677s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Ultrawide - f/2.2, ISO 100, 1/2451s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
Ultrawide

Selfies from the 8MP front camera are excellent for the class. If you don't go digging for per-pixel detail and just enjoy the photos at fit-screen size, you'll love the output. Skin tones are excellent and the focal length is just right for one to two-person shots. The second image is a Portrait Mode sample - it deepens the contrast in the shadows and has an excellent dynamic range in the background. Edge detection isn't perfect but it's not the end of the world.

Selfies - f/2.0, ISO 100, 1/1190s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Selfies - f/2.0, ISO 100, 1/1264s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Selfies - f/2.0, ISO 160, 1/60s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
Selfies - f/2.0, ISO 400, 1/30s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Selfies - f/2.0, ISO 400, 1/40s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
Selfies

At night, with Night Mode off, the wide camera has a dark and blotchy output. The sensor struggles to retain detail and will sometimes lose highlight information while at the same time will crush shadow data as well. You should shoot in Night Mode when the camera suggests it. Sadly, there's no automatic Night Mode, the camera will show an onscreen prompt to suggest Night Mode, which is weird given that there is a setting for an automatic Night Mode.

 - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/17s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review  - f/1.8, ISO 2500, 1/15s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review  - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/24s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main camera without Night Mode - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/17s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main camera without Night Mode - f/1.8, ISO 3200, 1/15s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main camera without Night Mode - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/17s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
Main camera without Night Mode

Dedicated Night Mode shots Strengthen images dramatically. There's much more information in the shadows, while the highlights get boosted. The camera brings back a little information in the extreme highlights (point lights and such) but still can't quite keep those in check. Detail is much more refined though there is still some noise in the images. A little noise for a lot more resolution and detail is fine by us.

 - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/24s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review  - f/1.8, ISO 2500, 1/15s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review  - f/1.8, ISO 1250, 1/24s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main camera with Night Mode - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/24s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main camera with Night Mode - f/1.8, ISO 2000, 1/15s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review Main camera with Night Mode - f/1.8, ISO 1600, 1/24s - News 22 11 Nokia G60 Hands On review
Main camera with Night Mode

The videos, on the other hand, are terrible. They max out at 1080p and the level of detail isn't worthy of that resolution either.

On a positive note, the software does a fine job of stabilizing shaky footage.

Wrap-up

Putting it all together we can say that the Nokia G60 is a good phone and it won't cause eventual owners much frustration. Should you buy it at its original €350 price, though? We'd argue no as at that price the HMD phone just can't match the performance of the rivals from Samsung, Redmi, OnePlus, Oppo and Motorola.

Good thing then that it's already down to around €310 at which point its competiveness is greatly improved.

Nokia G60 hands-on review

A few alternatives to consider are the Samsung Galaxy A52s for €325 (6/128GB), the Galaxy A53 for €345 (6/128GB), the Galaxy A33 for €276 (6/128GB), the Galaxy M52 for €296, the Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G for €252 (6/128GB), the OnePlus Nord CE 2 for €289 (8/128GB), the Realme 9 Pro for €262 (6/128GB), the Realme 9 Pro+ for €306 (6/128GB), and the Moto G82 for €305 (6/128GB). For context, most of those phones come better equipped with at least a charger, and in many cases, well, a case.

The Nokia G60 is a good phone and at its new price, it's starting to Strengthen in the value for money department. If you value longevity and performance over the best possible camera or screen you should definitely consider it. But if you don't plan on sticking with it for the long run you'll certainly find smarter ways to spend your money.

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Killexams : Barnacle-encrusted Nokia mobile from the 1990s washes up on a beach - so the finder’s daughter takes the 'museum piece' to school for show-and-tell
  • Iconic Nokia 3210 phone found by a local mum washed up on a Gold Coast beach
  • The mobile phone was covered in barnacles but was still in one piece
  • The model was incredibly popular with more than 160million units sold

The reputation of Nokia mobile phones for being sturdy and durable remains intact after a 1990s model was found washed up on a Gold Coast beach.

The Nokia 3210 was discovered covered in barnacles but still in one piece.

A local mother stumbled across the hardy device while taking a morning stroll along Gold Coast's Palm Beach last Friday.

A 1999 Nokia has been found by a Gold Coast mother on Palm Beach still intact though covered in barnacles

Her daughter took the iconic mobile phone to school for show-and-tell. The 3210 model was incredibly popular at the time of its release due to its durability and long battery life

Her daughter reportedly took the iconic mobile phone to school for show-and-tell.

The 3210 model was incredibly popular at the time of its release due to its durability and long battery life of 22 hours for a single charge.

The phone was also pre-loaded with the legendary mobile game Snake and could hold 250 names in its phonebook.

There were more than 160million units sold of the 3210 model.

It was also the first mobile phone where users could compose personalised monotone ringtones and could even send them to other Nokia phones.

There were more than 160 million units sold of the 3210 model, which was also the first where users could compose personalised monotone ringtones and could even send them to other Nokia phones

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Killexams : Nokia completes first phase of share buyback program

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Nokia Corporation
Stock Exchange Release
11 November 2022 at 21:15 EET

Nokia completes first phase of share buyback program

Espoo, Finland – Nokia Corporation ("Nokia" or the "Company") has now completed the first phase of the share buyback program announced in February 2022. Between 14 February 2022 and 11 November 2022, Nokia repurchased 63,963,583 of its own shares (FI0009000681) at an average price per share of approximately EUR 4.69.

On 3 February 2022, Nokia announced that its Board of Directors is initiating a share buyback program under the authorization granted by Nokia’s Annual General Meeting on 8 April 2021 to return up to EUR 600 million of cash to its shareholders in tranches over a period of two years. The first phase of the share buyback program started on 14 February 2022 with a maximum aggregate purchase price of EUR 300 million. This phase has now been completed.

The purpose of the repurchases is to optimize Nokia's capital structure through the reduction of capital. The Board of Directors of the Company will separately resolve on the cancellation of the repurchased shares.

The repurchases were executed otherwise than in proportion to the existing shareholdings of Nokia's shareholders (directed repurchases) through public trading on the regulated market of Nasdaq Helsinki and selected multilateral trading facilities.

The repurchases reduced the Company’s unrestricted equity by EUR 300,000,000. Nokia Corporation now holds a total of 97,786,461 treasury shares.

Nokia continues to target to return under the buyback program up to EUR 600 million of cash to its shareholders in tranches over a period of two years, subject to continued authorization from the Annual General Meeting.

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As a trusted partner for critical networks, we are committed to innovation and technology leadership across mobile, fixed and cloud networks. We create value with intellectual property and long-term research, led by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs.

Adhering to high standards of integrity and security, we help build the capabilities needed for a more productive, sustainable and inclusive world.

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Killexams : These five Nokia phones are getting Android 13

Everyone’s wondering where Nokia has been in the premium smartphone market. This company sits along with the likes of Motorola, Blackberry, LG, and other phone companies that are way past their prime or not making phones anymore. Regardless, Nokia confirmed that five of its smartphones are going to be getting Android 13 (via GSM Arena).

Nokia’s most premium phones right now are far removed from the current premium smartphones from the likes of Google, Samsung, Apple, and others. These are true-to-form mid-range phones, but that’s what makes them compelling for average consumers. While the hardware is subdued, Nokia does not want them to fall behind in terms of software.

The five phones on this list are on the cheaper side. First off, we have the Nokia X20. This phone will set you back $496 on Amazon. It has a decent 6.67-inch display with a 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution, a maximum of 8GB of RAM, a maximum of 128GB of storage, a 64-megapixel main camera, and a decent 4470mAh battery.

The only downside will be the processor. This is using a Snapdragon 485 G.

Next up, we have Nokia X10 this is a step down from the X20 with a maximum of 6GB of RAM, but it has the same 6.67-inch 1080p+ screen, battery capacity, and the same Snapdragon 480 5G SoC. Aside from the RAM, the camera also sees a drop. We’re looking at a 48-megapixel camera.

Third, we have the Nokia XR20. It has the same 6.67-inch 1080 x 2400 display, the same maximum of 6GB of RAM, and the same Snapdragon 480 5G SoC. It has a slightly smaller 4630mAh battery and a 48-megapixel main camera.

Moving further down the line, we have the Nokia G50. This is the first phone on the list that we see with a drop in display resolution (6.82-inch, 720 x 1560).

It caps out at 6GB of RAM, but it has the biggest battery out of the bunch, a 5000mAh battery. That’s about the average size for flagship smartphones. As for the processor, it still uses the Snapdragon 480 5G SoC.

Last but not least, we have the Nokia G11 Plus. The display is ever so slightly more pixel-dense than the Nokia G50. It’s a 6.52-inch display with a resolution of 720 by 1600. The camera got a slight bump up to 50 megapixels, however the RAM caps out at 4GB. There’s a 5000mAh battery.

We don’t know exactly when these Nokia phones will get Android 13, but it shouldn’t be too long.

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Killexams : Nokia ahoy

Nokia ahoy

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Finnish multinational company Nokia recently revealed that it has completed migration to Android 12 and if any smartphone hasn’t received the OS, won’t be getting it in the future.

According to GSM Arena, a tech news website, the announcement was followed by a confirmation of which devices are first in line for Android 13.

The list includes five devices - Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, Nokia XR20, Nokia G50, and Nokia G11 Plus, all of them on the cheaper side of the price spectrum.

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Killexams : Nokia manufacturer, HMD Global, gets a new CEO

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Killexams : Nokia and Inria ponder the future of networks

Nokia and Inria sign a four year collaboration designed ‘to solve the key scientific challenges linked to the evolution of networks and network applications.’

The two firms are extending their collaboration for another four years as their boffins collectively scratch their heads and try to work out what networks will look like in the future. The new collab will create 15 new PhD student and post-doctoral researcher employment opportunities at Nokia Bell Labs and Inria, and will specifically look at ‘smart networking and edge computing.’

The Nokia Bell Labs-Inria collaboration will look at three things in particular – distributed learning over 6G, AI-based smart network management, and network aware industrial applications.

“Future networks will have to connect digital, physical and human worlds to unleash the innate potential of human beings in the metaverse era,” states the release. What the firms appear to be getting at is that they reckon future networks will need to be flexible in accordance with a wide variety of customer needs – which is hard to argue with.

Networks will also, we are told, develop ‘heightened sensing capabilities, and increased context-awareness in terms of user status and intent, dynamically and automatically adapting connectivity to meet user needs.’ Which sounds like it means dynamically scaling bandwidth, but we’re sure there’s more to it than that with so many smart cookies spending their days pondering the issue.

“Inria and Nokia Bell Labs have enjoyed a rich and fruitful relationship for more than 20 years,” said Thierry Klein, President of Nokia Bell Labs Solutions Research. “Inria is part of the Bell Labs Distinguished Academic Partners program, engaging the best and brightest minds from the world’s top universities and academic organizations to collaborate with us on transforming human existence. This new phase of our collaboration addresses the strategic challenges of the future digital connected world infrastructure and applications, and we are excited about the collaborative advantages of this continued partnership for Nokia, our industry, and society to enable enhanced experiences in a digitalized world.”

Bruno Sportisse, CEO of Inria, added: “Nokia Bell Labs is one of our major strategic partners and I am pleased that we are strengthening our partnership. For Inria, working with a world leader with a European footprint such as Nokia is one of our priorities, whether to position ourselves on major scientific topics, to maintain joint scientific and technological excellence, or to have an impact on the scale of our work. The gradual evolution of our partnership also shows the importance of building long-term relationships based on trust, within a joint strategy and roadmap. Together with Nokia, we will work on the new frontiers for 6G mobile networks, which pose new technological and theoretical challenges, where software design and data exchange must be jointly addressed.

It’s not immediately obvious what the entirety of the above means and how in synch it is with the predictions of the rest of the future gazing scientists out there, but to summarise the release makes the assertion than in the future networks will be 100% cloud-native and support a distributed architecture, they will have zero-touch management and orchestration though AI, and devices will rely on a combination of edge cloud and local near-device computing, resulting in a massively distributed computing architecture.

All of this might be true, or alternatively future networks might take a different currently un-articulated form – time will tell but certainly the genesis of what the telecoms/tech industry ends up flogging comes out of theoretical conversations and research labs like this, so it’s worth taking a look at the big picture from time to time and taking note of where the soothsayers think technological progress is taking us.

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