One of the pictures depicts that Nokia Mobile will bundle the device with the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite as a part of a combo offer. Other than that, in terms of the exterior design, the phone looks just like another Nokia G10 donning new colours, namely, Midnight Sun and Blue. Like any other G-series phone, the fingerprint scanner is embedded into the power button.
The Nokia G50 sports a display with a V-notch and a non-ZEISS triple camera array with a 48 MP primary sensor at the back. HMD Global seems to have chosen the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G platform paired with Android 11 for the fourth time in a single year to power the G50.
The specifications seem average for most parts, but nowadays, the Nokia phones look increasingly similar, and somewhere I feel that the design needs an overhaul. A decision like dropping from punch-hole displays on the Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 5.4 to waterdrop notch on the Nokia G20 and Nokia G50 is questionable, in my opinion.
Not that it is of any serious concern, but the design seems to take a step backward. What are your thoughts on this?