Take a look at Nokia C300 4G for US market
Geekbench is a nice tool to measure your device’s processor performance, but it also provides some information about upcoming devices. The Nokia C300 or Nokia Orion recently showed up on Geekbench. According to the model number, this model with a Qualcomm processor (probably a Snapdragon 439 or a newer model like SD460) is destined for the US market.
Now, an official render has surfaced that reveals some more information besides the design. The phone will now have a classic design with a camera module on the top left. There will be three cameras, most likely the main camera and the ultra-wide-angle camera, with a macro or depth camera next to it. The back is all plastic and probably easily removable, just like the C32.
The front of the phone shows that it will have a teardrop notch display with thick edges, similar to the Nokia G22 or C32. The thick chin at the bottom of the display will have a Nokia logo on it, which looks good, and the render confirms that the C300 will only support 4G. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as 5G on my X30 drains the battery like crazy, so I mostly use 4G. The release date, availability or price are not yet known, but judging by recent leaks, the phone will be available pretty soon.
I would be more than happy to see the global C series with Qualcomm processors announced also, not just in the US.