Nokia Mobile announced today a new device that will (first) be available via US carriers Tracfone and Straight Talk Wireless, in their prepaid offerings. The new device carries the name Nokia G300 and can be described in short as an affordable, 5G Nokia smartphone.
Nokia G300 comes in a nice housing with nanotextured back. The device uses energy-efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 4350 which is a fancy name for a the well-known Snapdragon 480 5G processor, that is an affordable 5G chipset that can be found on most recent smartphones announced by Nokia Mobile. G300 comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory, and the internal memory can be expended up to 1Tb with Micro SD cards. Other specs include 6.52-inch HD+ screen with teardrop notch where an 8MP front camera is placed. On the backside there is a 16MP main camera with OZO Audio support, 5MP ultrawide camera, and 2MP depth sensor.
The plastic back side has a similar texture as Nokia XR20 and just holds the Nokia and US carrier logo. The fingerprint reader is again mounted in side the power button which is convenient, but if you don’t like that kind of unlocking process, the phone supports face unlock.
Specification of Nokia G300:
Dimensions: 169.41×78.43×9.28 mm
Mass: 210 g
Display: 6.52-inch, HD+ LCD (720 x 1600), 20:9 ratio
The device has a 4470mAh battery and supports 18W (Quick Charge 3) fast charging. Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi 5, and NFC are on board as well. Just like the good old 3.5mm headphone jack. The fingerprint sensor is located on the side and doubles as a power button.
Nokia G300 comes with Android 11 out of box, with no mention of Android One. The device will go on sale on October 19th for 199 dollars (172 euro, 15,000INR). For the moment, the G300 will be a US exclusive available via Tracfone and Straight Talk Wireless. We have no info if the device will be globally available.