Nokia launches four simple intermediates and one of them has a 2017 chip
CES is not exactly the most common place for companies to launch their new smartphones, but Nokia still decided to bring four phones to the international market: the Nokia C100, C200, G100 and G400. All models are simpler intermediates already with Android 12, betting on a more friendly value for the user.
MWC, which takes place between February and March this year in the city of Barcelona, Spain, is the world stage for all types of launches when it comes to mobile telephony. Even so, some companies are taking advantage of other fairs to show their new cell phones, with Nokia, by the hands of HMD Global, as one of them.
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In the package, the most robust model is the Nokia G400, being the only one on the list with everything ready for 5G networks. This model features the Snapdragon 480 5G processor under the hood, along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. It does nice with screen supporting 120 Hz refresh. The rear set offers three cameras, the main one with 48 megapixels.
The Nokia G100, on the other hand, leaves out the highest upgrade, while putting in a more competent processor, with the Snapdragon 615 and this processor was released in 2017 (yes, five years ago). The set of cameras is still triple and the battery is 5,000 mAh, working with the help of a fingerprint reader on the on/off button.
Nokia C100 and C200 are simpler models
The other two devices announced by Nokia during CES 2022 are entry-level models, with the Nokia C100 and C200. The two devices deliver the same MediaTek Helio A22 processor (launched in 2018), 3 GB of RAM, 4,000 mAh battery and the biggest difference between them is on the screen, bigger on the C200.
The Nokia C100 is one of the cheapest smartphones of the year, delivering the very basics possible to run Android 12 – with no performance comfort, of course. The cost offered to the user is US$99 for the device, or approximately R$565 when excluding taxes or conversion fees. For $119 the user gets the Nokia C200.
The Nokia G400, on the other hand, costs US$ 239, or something close to R$ 1,300, while the Nokia G200 can be found for less: US$ 149, which in the dollar rate for the date of publication of this article is equivalent to more or less BRL 850.
Via: GSMArena and CNET .
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