A Nokia presented abroad the Nokia G300, a cell phone with 5G connectivity, an interesting camera and good battery life for a relatively affordable price, US$ 200 (out there), or the equivalent of R$ 1.106 in direct conversion. Remember that the new cell phone from HMD Global leaked last month, so we already knew exactly what to expect from him.
O Nokia G300 runs Android 11 and has a Snapdragon 480 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of capacity, expandable with a microSD card. The 4470 mAh battery has an 18W charge, and lasts up to two days of use, according to Nokia. On the website, it is listed with a Snapdragon 435 chip, so it is possible that it will be released in two versions.
The 6,52-inch screen has 720p resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio, with an 8 MP selfie camera in a central droplet notch. The edges are significant, as you can see in the image above. The fingerprint reader is located on the button on the side of the Nokia G300, and it also has facial unlock with the camera.
Triple camera is the highlight of Nokia G300
The camera suite is triple, with a 16MP main sensor, accompanied by a 5MP ultra-wide with 115° capture angle and a 2MP depth sensor. Nokia also included an LED flash.
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