HMD Global, the maker that hold the rights for Nokia smartphones, launched two new devices on the US market. The Nokia G310 5G and Nokia C210 are already up on the company website and will be available at Metro by T-Mobile for a low price.
This Nokia comes with a Snapdragon 480+ chipset and 4/128 GB memory combination. The front panel is a 6.56” LCD with 720p resolution and a waterdrop notch for the 8 MP selfie camera.
There are three shooters on the back – the main is 50 MP with AF, coupled by 2 MP depth and 2 MP macro sensors. Images can be taken with some AI filters, while video is recorded with Nokia OZO Audio for clearer sound.
The G310 has a 5,000 mAh battery which supports 20W fast charging. Other specs include Android 13, a 3.5 mm audio jack, a micro SD slot, and some protection against splashes. Nokia is partnering with iFixit and built the phone “with easy repairability in mind”. The QuickFix design allows users to self-repair the device, with Nokia providing guides and genuine spare parts from a single source.
Nokia G310 5G comes in Blue and will be available at T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile – both physical locations and online. The launch is scheduled for August 24 when the phone can be purchased for $186.
The Nokia C series is the most affordable of the Finnish brand. It has a Snapdragon 662 chipset, 3 GB RAM, and 32 GB storage. The front is a 6.3” LCD with 720p resolution, and just like its more powerful sibling, there is a Gorilla Glass 3 on top.
The camera on the front is 5 MP, and there is a dual shooter on the back with a 13 MP sensor for the main cam and 2 MP for the depth shooter.
The battery here is 3,000 mAh, and the OS is Android 13. There is a 3.5 mm audio jack and Bluetooth 5.1, and Nokia supplied its OZO Audio feature for clearer sound in videos. This phone is obviously made for an audience that doesn't want to spend much on a smartphone, so the Nokia C210 is priced at $109. It will be available only at Metro by T-Mobile locations and online starting from September 14.
G310 is actually a pretty good deal in the US, with a decent chipset, 128GB internal storage, and a big battery with 20W charging for $186. This undercuts Samsung at least. C210 kinda sucks though. SD662 will probably be inadequate soon, and 32G...
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