Nokia G100 and G400 : A total of two new Nokia smartphones which each have the names Nokia G100 and G400 have appeared on the company’s official website, Nokia.com. This indicates that the two phones are ready to be marketed.
You need to know, HMD Global as the licensee of the Nokia trademark announced the presence of the Nokia G100 and G400 at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which was held last January.
In addition to these two devices, the company also introduced the Nokia C100 and Nokia C200, both of which were already on the market first, while the Nokia G100 and G400 had not yet been released.
Reporting from GSM Arena, the Nokia G400 is listed on the company’s official website with three different model numbers, namely TA-1448, TA-1476 and N1530DL. While the Nokia G100 bears the model numbers TA-1430 and N150DL.
The Nokia G400 itself is an entry-level 5G phone powered by a Snapdragon 480 5G processor. This phone brings 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory which can still be expanded with a microSD card.
This smartphone has three rear cameras which include a 48 MP main camera, a 5 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP macro. The Nokia 5G cellphone has a waterdrop bangs screen that supports a 120 Hz refresh rate.
While the Nokia G100 carries a 6.5-inch diagonal LCD screen that offers HD + resolution and is powered by the Snapdragon 615 chipset. This device also has three rear cameras but the resolution of each camera has not been stated.
Regarding the price, during the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) announcement, HMD Global revealed that the Nokia G400 will be sold in the United States at a price of 239 US dollars (approximately Rp. 3.4 million).
While they will sell the G100 with a tag of 139 US dollars (around Rp. 2.1 million). So far it is not known whether the two phones will be brought to Indonesia or not.
On the other hand, there is another Nokia smartphone that was recently reported to have appeared on Geekbench, namely the Nokia G11 Plus.
Geekbench revealed that Nokia’s new smartphone will come powered by an octa-core Unisoc processor and run the Android 12 operating system.
Based on the benchmark results, it is known that the G11 Plus will be armed with the Unisoc T606 chipset which was also used by Nokia as the brains behind the previous G series phones.
The chip with a clock speed of 1.61 GHz will be assisted by 4 GB of RAM and supported by a Mali-G57 MP1 GPU as a graphics processor. That way it can be concluded that the G11 Plus will be positioned as an entry-level phone.