HMD Global officially announces a new 5G budget smartphone, the Nokia G300. The phone is an entry-level model that stands out for having 5G connectivity, good battery life, and a more affordable and competitive price in the market.
The model’s design follows a proposal that is already well known in the segment and does not delight in offering anything innovative. The display is a 6.5-inch LCD with 720p HD+ resolution and a drop-shaped front camera notch, confirming leaks that surfaced a few weeks ago.
As for hardware, the model is driven by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G octa-core chip, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage, which is expandable via microSD. Its battery is 4470 mAh, promises good autonomy, and comes with charging 18 W via USB-C.
As expected in a basic model, the Nokia G300’s cameras aren’t too impressive either. The front sensor has 8MP, while the main rear comes with a 16MP, a 5MP for ultrawide, and a 2MP for depth.
Nokia G300 Specifications
- Display: 6.5-inch LCD with 720p HD+ resolution;
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G;
- Octa-core CPU (2x Arm Cortex-A76 at 2GHz + 6x Arm Cortex-A55 at 1.8GHz).
- RAM memory: 4 GB;
- Storage: 64GB, expandable via microSD;
- Front camera: 8 MP;
- Rear camera: 16 MP (main) + 5 MP (ultrawide) + 2 MP (depth);
- Battery: 4,470 mAh and 18W maximum fast charge via USB-C;
- Fingerprint reader: on the side of the device;
- Operating system: Android 11.
The Nokia G300 will be available starting October 19 in the United States at a list price of US$ 200.00.