Nokia has tried to make it as easy as possible to repair common malfunctions in a new smartphone, such as replacing a broken screen, port or battery. The company is also partnering with iFixit to produce a Nokia G22 home repair kit.
HMD Product Manager successfully replaced the battery in the Nokia G22 during a press conference to highlight the ease of repair. The whole process took about five minutes. He said a similar battery replacement on a previous-generation HMD phone or many competing smartphones would take around 90 minutes. “It will probably take you 20 minutes to repair the Nokia G22 screen,” says the administrator.
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