While many smartphone manufacturers are struggling in the high-end and mid-range niches, HMD has put emphasis on the low-end field. And it seems that this Chinese company that launched smartphones under the Nokia brand succeeded. Recently, the company has already managed to release a number of new smartphones in the entry-level category. As of today, the manufacturer has released a new model called the Nokia G400 5G. This mobile phone is exclusively available in the US market, priced at $239.
There are several interesting features that will make the handset really stand out when compared with other models from the same price range. First, the Nokia G400 5G phone is powered by the Snapdragon 480+ 5G processor. Though this is a low-end processor, it still comes our way from Qualcomm and supports 5G networks. The rest of the connectivity options include dual SIM card support, a side-mounted fingerprint recognition module, NFC, a Type-C interface, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Also, our protagonist comes with a 6.58-inch screen, which supports a 1080p resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate, and uses LCD material, which is known for its large viewing angle.
In addition, the machine sports a 16MP front lens, which is placed in the waterdrop notch. On the opposite side, we have a 48MP main camera that is accompanied by a 5MP ultra-wide-angle lens as well as a 2MP depth of field lens.
The machine weighs 198g. It’s slightly much for a product from this category. But the reason is the 5000mAh battery inside, which also supports 20W charging. The handset is available in a single storage combination of 4GB + 64GB. But there is a Micro SD slot for storage expansion.
The Nokia G400 5G runs the Android 12 system.
In addition, the machine has an aluminum alloy frame, whereas the exterior is covered with a polycarbonate plastic back cover. So it should be quite durable.