Nokia G42 5G
So fast. So much battery.
Nokia G42 5G
Snap, share, shop, stream – do it all at your pace with 5G² connectivity. Take stunningly clear shots with AI-powered imaging and get them on your socials fast. Go for days without charging and for years without worry – the 3-day battery³ will take you through the weekend, while QuickFix repairability means you can make repairs at home and keep your phone for longer.
Fast network speeds, powered by the Snapdragon® 480+ 5G chipset.
6.56” HD+ display and OZO Playback for immersive videos and music.
Using AI algorithms, the 50 MP camera takes shareable shots, day or night.
Forgot the charger? Nokia G42 5G will see you through the weekend.
With virtual memory feature,⁴ you get to dedicate up to 5 GB of storage to be used as extra RAM which helps your phone run smoothly. The TL;DR of it is: running a lot of apps at once? Turn this on and feel the difference.
With Android™ 13, you have more control over what information apps can and can’t access including specific photos, videos and clipboard history. With up to 3 years of monthly security updates,¹ you won’t be worrying about ‘outdated protection’ any time soon.
HMD Global Oy is the exclusive licensee of the Nokia brand for phones and tablets. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. OZO is a registered trademark of Nokia Technologies Oy. Android is a trademark of Google LLC. Snapdragon is a product of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.
¹ From the global launch date of Nokia G42 5G.
² 5G coverage is limited and might not be supported by your network service provider. Actual speed depends on network and other factors.
³ The 3-day battery testing was conducted using a real-life usage test by HMD Global. The test included active usage of a device for 5 hours per day with a new battery. Usage included e.g. gaming, video streaming, calling, sending SMS, browsing and using apps (such as social media, news, navigation and music). The test was conducted with normal device settings in a lit indoor environment. The device was left on standby overnight.
⁴ Using memory extension (virtual RAM) requires enough storage space. To protect the storage, memory extension is automatically and permanently disabled once 90% of the usage limit is reached. This can occur after 4 years of heavy usage.