Nokia launches smartphone designed so that YOU can easily repair it if it breaks – and it’s much cheaper than an iPhone
NOKIA has launched a smartphone with a new design that means anyone can repair it if it breaks.
The Nokia G22 has a repairable screen, charging port, and battery, with owners able to access repair guides and parts through a Nokia partnership with repair firm iFixit.
It will go on sale in the UK on March 8, starting at £150 – meaning it’s much cheaper than an iPhone.
HMD Global, the firm which makes Nokia phones and tablets, it releasing it alongside two other phones that also offer up to three days of battery life as part of its commitment to create longer-lasting devices.
The £130 Nokia C32 includes a 50-megapixel camera.
Meanwhile the £110 Nokia C22, is an ultra-durable device that is splash and dust resistant and has a toughened glass screen.
Adam Ferguson, HMD Global’s head of product marketing said:”People value long-lasting, quality devices and they shouldn’t have to compromise on price to get it.
“The new Nokia G22 is purposefully built with a repairable design so you can keep it even longer, and with advanced imaging on Nokia C32 and improved durability on Nokia C22, we are bringing even more value to the C-series.”
It comes as Apple’s newest line up of devices is expected to launch in September, as per the usual release schedule.
Despite the launch being months away, rumours have swirled online as to what Apple has in store for fans.
And most have their eyes peeled for how much it’s going to cost to get their hands on a new bit of tech.
According to a suspected leak picked up by Forbes last month, the most basic iPhone model is thought to start at $799 (£668), with the Pro model starting at $1,099 (£919).
While the Plus is forecast to start at $899 (£751) and the iPhone 15 Ultra at an eyewatering $1,199 (£1,002).
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