Since HMD Global announced that it will no longer launch flagship Nokia mobile phones and focus on the low-end mobile phone market, Nokia’s performance in overseas markets has shown signs of recovery. A few days ago, the website SlashLeaks found an unpublished Nokia G22 mobile phone, which appeared in the database of the benchmark website Geekbench. It can be estimated from the naming of the Nokia G22 that it will be the successor model of the Nokia G21.
Evaluating the small amount of information provided by Geekbench, the Nokia G22 has no noticeable hardware upgrades, at least not indicated on the processor level. The Nokia G22’s Geekbench single-core and multi-core scores are 308 and 1,094 points respectively. Foreign media estimate that this unnamed Unisoc eight-core processor should be the Unisoc T606 used by the Nokia G21. The previous generation Nokia G21 is equipped with 3GB RAM, which is increased to 4GB RAM in the Nokia G22.
However, the mobile phone sent for testing still uses the Android 12 system. It is estimated that Android 13 will come pre-loaded at launch, or will finally be upgraded to Android 13 like the Nokia G21 as HMD promises two years of system upgrades in the entry-level device.