Introducing the Nokia G300 – HMD’s $199 mid-range 5G

Introducing the Nokia G300 – HMD’s $199 mid-range 5G

Introducing the Nokia G300 – HMD’s $199 mid-range 5G

News unit HMD series, the owner of the mobile brand Nokia on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 (20 Mehr 1400) of a new phone called Nokia G300 has been unveiled in the American market, which offers mid-range specifications and a suitable and competitive price. This phone, which has been released for two MVNOs or Virtual Operators, Tracfone and Straight Talk Wireless, is apparently the cheapest 5G phone from Nokia, which with only $199 will probably attract the attention of many buyers. Naturally, G300 will not offer the highest processing and multimedia specifications at this price, but it still offers a high value on paper for the price paid.

Design G300 is not much different from other recent Nokia phones at this level and the same elements The previous ones, including the circular shape of the camera lenses on the back, the large border under the screen with the Nokia logo, and the top teardrop notch are also repeated in this model. At a glance, G300 should be seen as another version of G50, some of its specifications like The size of the screen, the resolution of the main camera and the battery capacity have been reduced.

The screen of the phone is a simple 6.52-inch LCD model with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. The pixel density is not very high, and you cannot expect great quality from it. Thus, G300 is naturally placed in a lower position compared to the same price sample as OnePlus Nord N200 with a 6.49-inch 90Hz 1080×2400 pixel screen. Above the screen, in a V-shaped notch, we find the 8-megapixel selfie camera of the phone, which is apparently no different from the G50 and, apart from taking photos, it is also used to recognize faces and unlock the screen.

The main camera of the phone is a 16 megapixel wide with f/1.8 which A 5-megapixel ultrawide and a 2-megapixel depth-of-field (blur behind the main subject on the 16-megapixel camera when shooting in portrait mode) accompany it. Among the features mentioned for the main camera of this phone, we should mention Digital Image Stabilization (EIS), OZO surround sound system and wind noise cancellation. The fingerprint sensor in this phone is located on the right edge and on the power button, and thus the uniform appearance of the back part has not been negatively affected by the presence of this sensor.

The processor of the phone is one of the cheapest possible choices with 5G network support, i.e. the processor Snapdragon 480 Qualcomm is equipped with 2 2 GHz Arm Cortex-A76 cores and 6 1.8 GHz A55 cores, and its graphics processing is also done with Adreno 619. The RAM of the device is only 4 GB and its expandable internal memory will only be available in a 64 GB version. Naturally, this phone supports 5G connection, which according to the price category of the device will be of the slower type but with a wider sub-6GHz coverage.

The battery capacity of the G300 reaches 4,470 mAh, which is compared to G50 and of course its OnePlus counterpart, the N200, has been reduced to 230 mAh. According to the manufacturer, the durability of this battery can be increased to 2 days under certain conditions, and the charger provided with it has a power of 18 watts. This phone is equipped with a 3.5 mm headset jack and supports NFC connection.

Nokia G300 from Tuesday, October 19 (27 Mehr 1400) with operating system Android 11 and the price of 199 dollars with a credit system or prepaid (prepaid) has been offered to two virtual operators, Tracfone and Straight Talk Wireless, and it is still not possible to offer it to other countries and operators, there is no official news.

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