The new phone that HMD Global has launched under its Nokia brand is another budget 5G phone. This is a Nokia G300 based on the Snapdragon 480 that provides the new generation of connectivity, and it has integrated alongside it 4/64 GB of memory, with expandable storage.
As with its many other phones designed for the lower end of the mid-range market, or the upper end of the entry-level market, the new phone offers a screen with + HD resolution only, measuring 6.52 inches. What’s more, it offers a design that can already be labeled as outdated: a V-shaped recess protrudes well up the screen.
The fingerprint sensor is located on the on / off button because at the back there is the round photo array that has already become a hallmark of the company. On the G300 this means three cameras with 16-megapixel sensors for the main camera, 5 megapixels for the super-wide camera, and 2-megapixels for the depth camera. The main camera also supports OZO standard voice recording for surround sound as well as wind noise cancellation technology. The selfie camera is equipped with an 8-megapixel sensor.
The 4,470 mAh battery can be charged using a maximum power of 18 watts. The operating system is Android 11 right out of the box. The price is about $ 200 starting October 19th.