HMD Global Has Introduced Its Cheapest 5G Phone Nokia G300.
The phone is the first to go on sale in the US, which is characterized by the presence of a powerful battery and mid-range features with 5G support at a low price.
Some of its useful features include a fingerprint scanner installed in the power button to wake up the phone and unlock it.
By the way, the option to unlock the device from the face is also present in the device.
Another highlight of the phone is its large battery of 4470 mAh, which the company says will easily work for 2 days, after which it will need to be charged.
Nokia retains older technologies such as audio jacks, radio antennas and NFCs while Android 11 is part of the operating system device.
The back camera setup of the phone is also much better with 3 cameras.
The phone’s 16-megapixel main camera has a large aperture (F1.8) with 2-megapixel depth and 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera.
Surprisingly, the phone can record 1080p video at 60 frames per second, while the electronic image stabilization feature is also part of the setup to reduce the natural vibration of the hands.
The Nokia G300 has a 6.52-inch HD Plus LCD display, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, but can be further expanded with an SD card.
The phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 480 processor to run on 5G networks.
As noted above, it is first being offered for sale in the United States, where it will be available from October 19 for 199 Dollars (over 34,000 Pakistani rupees).
The company has not yet made any announcements regarding other countries.