Nokia G50 Launched As Affordable 5G Device

On Wednesday, September 22, HMD Global has extending its G-series by announcing the new Nokia G50 with much better cameras as one of the best affordable 5G smartphones.

The new Nokia phone now joins its brothers, Nokia G10 and G20 that are 4G handsets, this means, Nokia G50 is the first smartphone to comes with 5G network technology in the G-series. As of now, it is limited to available for purchase in the United Kingdom but it will be available soon in other countries.

The new 5G smartphone has the classic Nokia G-series smartphone design with smooth and rounded corners and edges, infinity V-styled notch design, the power button on the left side and volume rockers on the right, a triple rear camera setup in a circular shape, and Nokia branding on the middle.

Nokia G50 – Specifications
  • Display:
    • 6.82-inch HD+ display with 720 x 1560 pixel resolution
    • 252-pixel density (PPI – Pixel Per Inch)
    • 450 nits typical brightness
  • Cameras:
    • Triple Rear Camera Setup:
      • 48MP primary wide-angle lens with f/1.8 aperture
      • 5MP ultra-wide-angle lens
      • 2MP depth camera
      • (Rear Flash LED)
    • Front-facing Camera:
      • 8MP wide-angle camera
  • Internals:
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G octa-core processor
    • Operating System: Android 11
    • GPU: Adreno 619
  • Biometrics:
    • Right side-mounted fingerprint sensor
    • Face Unlock
  • Connectivity:
    • Bluetooth 5.0
    • 3.5mm headphone jack
    • USB Type-C port
    • Dual SIM (nano)
    • NFC (Near-Field Communication) support
    • 2 microphones featuring FM radio
  • Battery:
    • 5000 mAh non-removable battery
    • 18W fast charging
  • Variants:
    • 4GB RAM and 64GB storage
    • 6GB RAM and 128GB storage
    • Storage can be expanding with a MicroSD card up to 512GB
  • Colors:
    • Midnight Sun
    • Ocean Blue
Pricing

As it is currently only available in the United Kindom, Nokia 650 costs £199 for the base model. More details about the launch in other countries are yet to be announced. But if you’re in the UK, you can order it right now.

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