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    Introducing the Nokia G50 - the cheap fifth generation with the Snapdragon 480
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    On Wednesday, September 22, 2021 (September 31, 1400), the HMD suite unveiled a new low-end phone called the Nokia G50, which supports 5G communication network but has not exceeded a minimum level of specifications and features. The G50 is the third product in Nokia G series, which was previously unveiled last April with the Nokia G10 and Nokia G20. In most cases it is not much different from the G20, and in terms of screen resolution, main and selfie camera resolution and battery capacity, it is almost the same as we have seen before.

     Introducing the Nokia G50 - The Cheap Fifth Generation with the Snapdragon 480

     Introducing the Nokia G50 - the cheap fifth generation with the Snapdragon 480

    With a size of 6.82 inches alongside the C30, it has the largest screen size among the brand's new generation of phones, but the resolution of this panel is still very low, offering only a low density of 257 pixels per inch with only 720 x 1600 pixels. This LCD screen has a typical 450-nite brightness, and with 70% NTSC support in terms of color accuracy, it has little to say. Of course, there is no high refresh rate in this display, and we encounter a normal 60 Hz sample.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Nokia G50 - the cheap fifth generation with the Snapdragon 480

    top of the screen The V-shaped slot is at the top of an 8-megapixel selfie camera that lacks autofocus and is apparently the same camera that was present in the G20 and G10. This camera is also used to detect faces and unlock this way.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Nokia G50 - the cheap fifth generation with the Snapdragon 480

    The rear cameras do not excite you much either, because apart from the 48-megapixel main camera with phase-detection autofocus, we only encounter another 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera and a sensor. The 2 megapixel depth of field also complements the sensors present in this section. The fingerprint sensor has no place in this section and is located on the side of the phone on the power button. On the other side of the device, on the left side, as usual with Nokia phones, is a dedicated button for accessing the Google Assistant smart assistant.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Nokia G50 - the cheap fifth generation with the Snapdragon 480

    Processing in Nokia The G50 is powered by an 8nm Snapdragon 480 5G processor with two 2.0 GHz Arm Cortex-A76 cores and six 1.8 GHz A55 cores, and the graphics processing is by Adreno 619. The phone has 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of expandable internal memory (up to another 512 GB).

    The battery capacity of this model is 5,000 mAh, which is not much different from the 5,050mAh battery in the G20. This battery is powered by an 18-watt fast charger, which in this case is an upgrade over the G20 and G10. USB-C port with USB 2.0 speed standard, Bluetooth version 5, headset jack, WiFi 5, NFC connection and GPS/BDS/Galileo satellite routers form the communication channels of this phone.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Nokia G50 - the cheap fifth generation with the Snapdragon 480

    Nokia G50 with Android 11 operating system and interface A user close to raw Android has been available for pre-order since its unveiling, and its presence in the market has been postponed to September 30 (October 8, 1400). The 4GB/64GB version of the phone is reportedly priced at 299 and will apparently retail for $ 299 in the US market. Nokia has guaranteed Android updates for the next 2 years and security updates for the next 3 years.





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