The G and C series models will be launched in the US for the first time, but will likely be available elsewhere in the future. Although it would be better to withdraw the G100 in silence.
Nokia unveiled a total of four smartphones at CES in the G and C series. By implication, the C100 and C200 compete at the entry level with the MediaTek Helio A22 set, which comes with 3GB of system memory and 32GB of internal storage. The $ 99 C100 also has a slightly old-fashioned design, but the specification wasn’t particularly detailed except that both devices have a 4,000mAh battery, running Android 12 and the $ 119 C200’s 6.1-inch display.
The description of the G100 and G400 is a bit more detailed, but we won’t drown in the details here either, but you may experience respiratory failure. The G100 was fitted with a 6.5-inch HD + panel, received a 5,000 mAh battery, a fingerprint reader for the power button, and the chipset was provided by Qualcomm from the Snapdragon 615 series. This info is everywhere, so we assume it is not a mistake. On the other hand, Nokia is very much looking to pre-scrape a 28-nanometer chipset in 2014 in 2022. Let’s just say it’s true that the product costs only $ 149, well, but still.
The G400 is less shocking, plus it’s the first Nokia device with a 120 Hz frame rate. 5G data connectivity is provided by the Snapdragon 480 set, with 6GB of system memory and 128GB of internal storage, and an ultra-wide and macro sensor with a 48-megapixel main camera for $ 239. G50Leaving aside, the G400 has become Nokia’s cheapest 5G offering.