Nokia’s latest G50 is a 300 5G phone that comes with a huge battery as well as two years of operating system updates
Nokia offers a new mid-range phone, which is set to launch in the US as well as a variety of international markets. The brand new Nokia’s latest G50 is priced at $299 and comes with all the features needed to compete with a mid-range phone. Nokia’s latest G50 has a 6.82-inch HD+ display, a large battery, an audio jack, and 18W fast charging.
The G-series phone is identical in design to the Nokia X20 which was first announced in April of 2021, however, the G50 comes with a bigger screen and battery, and is available in a model specifically made specifically for the North American market (AT&T and T-Mobile). It is, of course, compatible with sub-6, which is slower than 5G Sub 6, which means that this phone is compatible with T-Mobile’s 5G network, however, not with Verizon’s mmWave network. Additionally, it can only be used on AT&T.
As with other 5G phones in the $300-$300 range Like other phones in the $300 range, the Nokia G50 is powered by the small Snapdragon 480 processor, so don’t expect to have the fastest speed or the smoothest gaming experience with this handset. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage along with microSD slots in case you require backup of photos or even sideload apps. In comparison to Motorola’s similar G50 model, the Nokia is slightly larger. HD and 6.82-inch display with a maximum of up to 450 nits of brightness. It also features a V-shaped notch in its 8-megapixel camera on the front.
The rear on the back of this phone Nokia G50 is a triple-camera array, which is laid out in the form of a circle. The standard 48-megapixel camera the most as five-megapixel Ultrawide and the 2-megapixel depth sensor cameras could provide interesting perspectives to your photos, but they are likely to be significantly less high-quality. The front-facing camera includes video stabilization to enhance the blurry Tik Tok videos and a night Selfie mode that can brighten your selfies in low light.
Based on HMD Global, the maker of Nokia phones and tablets, Nokia G50 Nokia G50 will ship with Android 11 and receive two years of OS upgrades, and three years of security updates. Also, this low-cost phone won’t become the status of brick in just a few decades, so it’s great both for the environment and users who want to make the most of their phones before they upgrade.
The Nokia G50 is preloaded with Spotify as well as a 30-day trial ExpressVPN it is also available with Ocean Blue or Midnight Sun. The G50 is available for preorder beginning this morning, on the 22nd of September, on Nokia.com and will ship by September 30th.