HMD Global, the firm that makes Nokia phones and tablets, said the three new phones also offer up to three days of battery life as part of its commitment to creating more durable devices.
The Nokia G22 has a serviceable screen, charging port and battery, and owners can access repair guides and parts through Nokia’s partnership with repair company iFixit.
It will go on sale in the UK on March 8, starting at £150.
It will be joined later in the spring by the £130 Nokia C32, which packs a 50-megapixel camera, and the Nokia C22, which HMD Global says is an ultra-durable device that’s splash and dust resistant and has a 36-inch screen. tempered glass. .
It is priced at £110.
“People value quality, durable devices and shouldn’t have to compromise on price to get them,” said Adam Ferguson, director of product marketing at HMD Global.
“The new Nokia G22 is purpose-built with a repairable design so you can keep it even longer, and with advanced imaging on the Nokia C32 and improved durability on the Nokia C22, we’re bringing even more value to the C series.”
Nokia’s new devices were unveiled ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade show in Barcelona, where various smartphone brands are showing off current and new devices.
Industry expert Ben Wood, chief analyst at CCS Insight, said: “As consumers increasingly demand more sustainable and durable devices, the ability to easily and affordably repair smartphones will become a key differentiator in the market.
“CCS Insight end-user research reflects this: about half of mobile phone users in Western Europe say they would like to be able to repair their device at a reasonable cost if it breaks outside of the warranty period.”
Along with the new phones, HMD Global confirmed that it was in the process of moving manufacturing of its Nokia 5G devices to Europe for the first time, the first major global smartphone brand to do so.