A cheaper 5G Nokia is unlikely to be available in the near future, but the stripped-down version of the Snapdragon 480 models will hopefully not require a big compromise anywhere.
In the first round, it’s a little incomprehensible why point Nokia G300 5G but was introduced as the cheapest member of HMD’s mobile palette. We got pretty much what we expected based on the previews: a 6.5-inch display accompanied by a tiny notch, with sleek HD + resolution and an 8-megapixel self-timer camera, a noticeable amount of coffee around, plus a side fingerprint reader and face-based resolution support.
The hardware of the Snapdragon 480 5G is exactly the same as that G50from XR20The eight-core, two-piece Cortex-A76 and six Cortex-A55 clusters in all their models can provide enough performance for everyday use, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. The mobile will be running Android 11 from the moment of unpacking, and it is likely that further updates will arrive briskly as well.
Simplified on the back camera set: we are talking about a 16 megapixel main camera, next to which a 5 megapixel ultra-wide unit and 2 megapixel depth sensor are responsible for the images, but the list is rich in software, there is night mode, electronic image stabilization, OZO Audio and video noise filtering. Its 4470 mAh battery is expected to provide good operating time and can be charged with 18 W of power. It will launch from October 19 in certain markets, such as the United States, where it can be purchased for a net $ 200, or about $ 62,000, plus a few percent tax.