Nokia Introduced a Smartphone for Self-Repair

Nokia launches G42 5G smartphone that can be repaired at home

Nokia introduced the first 5G smartphone adapted for self-repair. This is reported by the publication PhoneArena.

According to journalists, a high level of maintainability has become a distinctive feature of the released Nokia G42 5G device. The device received a modular design with quick access to the battery and other components. In the event of a breakdown, the user can purchase spare parts and replace the damaged parts at home. Nokia called the G42 the first 5G smartphone designed for self-service.

All the Kit Available for Customers

The corporation noted that consumers will be able to purchase tools and repair parts from the iFixit partner site. Thus, users will be able to independently replace the display, battery, and charging port. Nokia G42 will also receive additional support with security updates.

The device came out with a 6.56-inch IPS screen and a Snapdragon 480+ processor. The phone has 4 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of internal memory. The device received a triple camera with lenses with a resolution of 50, 2 and 2 megapixels. The device is equipped with a 5000 milliamp-hour battery. The cost of Nokia G42 was 249 euros, or about 23 thousand rubles.

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G22- Nokia’s First Revolutionary Concept

In February, Nokia introduced the G22, a self-repair phone. The idea is revolutionary in times when buying and throwing away phones became a (bad) habit. The device received in the kit tools for home repairs in case of breakage.

The Nokia G22 is available in Europe from April 2023. The recommended price for the 4/128 GB version is $201.

DIY kits and replacement parts for the Nokia G22 are available from 19.95 euros to 54.95 euros on iFixit.com. The price of the display is 49.95 euros, the battery is 24.95 euros, the charging port is 19.95 euros.