Nokia has a brand new midrange cellphone coming to the US and quite a lot of international markets. The brand new G50 prices $299 and has all of the elements to be aggressive as a midrange cellphone, with a 6.82-inch HD+ show, massive battery, audio jack and 18W quick charger.
This G-series cellphone is just like the Nokia X20 that was introduced again in April 2021, however the G50 has a much bigger display and battery and is available in a model particularly designed for the North American market (AT&T and T-Cellular). Unsurprisingly, it helps the slower 5G Sub 6, which suggests this cellphone will work on T-Cellular’s 5G community, however not on Verizon’s mmWave community, and can solely get 4G reception on AT&T.
Like different 5G telephones within the $300 vary, the Nokia G50 is powered by the modest Snapdragon 480 chip, so don’t anticipate the quickest efficiency or smoothest gaming expertise on this cellphone. It has 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, in addition to a microSD slot in case you might want to backup your pictures or sideload an app. In comparison with Motorola’s identically named G50, the Nokia has a barely greater HD+ 6.82-inch show that’s able to 450 nits of brightness and has a v-shaped notch round its entrance 8-megapixel digicam.
On the again of the Nokia G50 is a triple-camera array, organized in a circle. You’ll in all probability use the 48-megapixel commonplace digicam essentially the most, whereas the 5-megapixel Ultrawide and 2-megapixel depth sensor cameras can deliver some enjoyable views to your pictures however will possible be of noticeably decrease high quality. Its entrance selfie digicam additionally presents video stabilization to assist sharpen your blurry Tik Tok movies and a Evening Selfie mode to brighten your low-light selfies.
In line with HMD World, the maker of Nokia telephones, the Nokia G50 will ship with Android 11 and obtain two years of OS upgrades and three years of month-to-month safety updates. In different phrases, this price range cellphone received’t flip right into a brick in a number of years, which is sweet for the setting and for customers who need to get extra use out of their telephones earlier than upgrading.
The Nokia G50 is preloaded with Spotify and a 30-day trial of ExpressVPN and is offered in Ocean Blue or Midnight Solar. It’s out there for preorder beginning right now, September twenty second, at Nokia.com and can ship on September thirtieth.