It seems Nokia has done it again and hit the sweet spot in the midrange category: a 5G phone for just $300.
And, just like other Nokia phones, the maker HMD Global promises 2 years of software updates and three years of monthly security updates.
The Nokia G50 comes with a generous 5000 mAh with 18W fast charging to power the 6.82-inch HD+ display with 450 nits of brightness.
As is the case with most mid range phones, especially from Nokia, you also have an audio jack to use your favorite wired headphones with it.
On the back, you have a triple camera setup with a 48MP sensor, a 5 MP ultrawide sensor and a 2 MP depth sensor, and on the front there’s a single 8 MP selfie camera.
Under the hood, it has a 5G Snapdragon 480 chipset paired with 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a microSD slot for extra storage.
The phone runs Android 11 out of the box and, to sweeten the deal further, has Spotify and a 30 day trial of Express VPN.
The Nokia G50 is already up for preorder and will start shipping on September 30th. In the US, it will only work on T-Mobile’s 5G network, as it supports the slower 4G Sub 6, and on AT&T will only get 4G reception.
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