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It would be an understatement to say Steven Winkelman is obsessed with mobile technology. Since joining PCMag as a mobile analyst in 2019, he’s reviewed over 100 phones and tablets. Before that he covered mobile and wearable tech as a staff writer at Digital Trends. The Nokia G10 works on AT&T and T-Mobile's 4G (LTE) networks, but not Verizon's. Overall band support is good, but band 71, which is important for rural customers on T-Mobile’s network, is missing. Gaming was a complete loss. Genshin Impact crashed every time we tried to open it. Alto’s Odyssey worked, but skipped frames and even a few app crashes punctuated our gameplay. A 6.5-inch LCD with a teardrop notch for the camera dominates the front of the phone. Bezels are minimal, save for the bottom edge, where you’ll find a small Nokia logo. Despite the low 1,600-by-720-pixel (269ppi pixel density) resolution, the display is crisp. As with all the Nokia phones we’ve reviewed, the displayed colors skew cool, and the screen is not bright enough to use in direct sunlight. In good light, the G10’s primary sensor does a tolerable job. In our test shots in the default camera mode, color accuracy and clarity were spot on. Depth of field was slightly shallow. When we switched to Wide-Angle mode, we noticed some loss of clarity around the edges, but the photos were fine for social media sharing. The Nokia G10's cameras struggle in low light. (Photo: Steven Winkelman)

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Call quality is good. Earpiece volume peaks at 84dB and is loud enough to enough to hear on a crowded train. Noise cancellation worked well on all our test calls. Selfie cameras typically do a good job with enough light, but the G10’s 8MP sensor falls short. Our photos were crisp with excellent depth of field, but there was noise around the edges. Our subject also appeared to have blemishes on their skin, even though their complexion was smooth. Low-light test shots were a muddy mess, with unnatural blurring in the foreground that can likely be attributed to over-aggressive noise cancellation.On Geekbench 5, a synthetic benchmark that measures raw performance, the G10 scored 143 single-core (SC) and 803 multi-core (MC). The Moto G Play scored a much more impressive 255 (SC) and 1,269 (MC) on the same benchmark. The power button has an integrated fingerprint sensor that's slow but accurate. (Photo: Steven Winkelman) The G10 is powered by a MediaTek Helio G25 mobile platform along with 3GB of RAM. There’s 32GB of storage, with about 23GB available out of the box. You can add up to 512GB of external storage with a microSD card. Audio quality with the bottom-firing speaker is disappointing. The sound is brassy, with mids pushed to the front, and there’s noticeable distortion in the highs. With a peak volume of 88dB, the speaker is loud enough to fill a room. You don't have permission to access "http://www.argos.co.uk/browse/technology/mobile-phones-and-accessories/mobile-phone-cases/c:30151/" on this server.

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One bright spot is the G10's 5,050mAh battery. Nokia claims it will get you through three days between charges; if you don't use your phone much, that may be true. The G10 eked out 16 hours, 8 minutes on our battery drain test, in which we stream video over Wi-Fi at maximum brightness. That doesn’t quite live up to the Moto G Power’s 18 hours and 42 minutes, but it's enough to let you skip a day between charges. The macro lens is unsurprisingly poor. Our test photos were flat, with significant fringing and blurring.

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