There’s another affordable 5G Nokia phone in the works there are two phones in all according to a report from the rumor mill revealed detailed specifications for just one of the phones. Nokia G300 5G Nokia G300 5G will be built around that same Snapdragon of 480 that was in the recently released G50 and its predecessors, the X10 and the X20 (speaking of the other phone that we’ve mentioned will be Nokia X100). Nokia X100).
HMD Global never released a Nokia G30, so this isn’t an update. It’s not exactly an upgrade from the G20 also, at least in terms of batteries and cameras are concerned. Although this model has far more powerful processor (it’s easy to beat the Helio G35) and 5G connectivity.
Nokia G300 Nokia G300 has a 6.57″ LCD that has resolution of 720×1,600 pixels (20:9 aspect ratio). There’s nothing unique to note here, except that in the event that this is an encapsulated glass that is toughened however, it was not included in the leaked documents. It’s about the same dimensions that it is the G20 screen (6.52″) and smaller than the G50 (6.82″ is an exaggeration to more than 720p).
We’ve mentioned the cameras, that come with the main camera with 16 MP as well as a 5MP ultra-wide and a 2MP depth sensor. It also has an 8-megapixel selfie camera at the front. To give you an idea with the G50 features a 48 MP main module, and the G20 (which includes two MP macro cameras in the middle). The G10 features a 13+2+2MP setup, meaning that the G300 camera is within the G10 as well as the G20.
The battery is also available which a Li-Ion 4470 mAh cell is. This isn’t bad, but since the G20 is a 5 mAh capacity. The G50 is also around that. It’s not clear if fast charging will be available (the G50 does 18W).
It is the Nokia G300 that runs Android 11 straight out of box (one of the last pure versions, remember). It comes with 64GB of internal storage and a micro SD card that will allow up to 1TB of storage.
All of these specifications are leaks and the leak did not mention price. What price will you expect to pay for the G300 cost? The G20 was launched at EUR160, but it’s a 4G only phone, therefore it’s a bargain. The G50 will be available at EUR270. The X10 was EUR310 at the time of launch (it’s lower than that) and it comes with an HD display with 1080p resolution and a 48-megapixel main camera, and an fast charging of 18W. Additionally, it comes with 3-years of OS updates instead of two on the G-Series.
Also, the Nokia G300 should cost between EUR160 to EUR270. Of course, this is just an estimate The actual price will be revealed during the HMD’s Oct. 6 launch evening event (which will also include the Nokia tablet as well).