Nokia has accidentally confirmed its plans to launch another new product, called the Nokia G50. The G lineup currently has the G20 model in India as well as the G10, which is available in other markets. The Finnish company accidentally posted a teaser photo as an Instagram post via its official French account on Sunday, which it later pulled down. Details posted as caption also expose that the Nokia G50 specifications include 5G support and a 48MP main camera. The image reveals the phone’s design and shows two colour variants – Blue and Midnight Sun. A third Forest Black colour might also be on offer.
Nokia G50 specification
The Finnish company now owned by HMD Global has officially not disclosed the specifications or other details regarding prices and launch yet. However, being part of the G series, some of the hardware and pricing details can be gauged. The phone’s 5G capability will be one of its core strengths and is possible that it will hold the honour of being the cheapest Nokia 5G phone. The Nokia G50 is also rumoured to feature a Snapdragon SoC from Qualcomm. Given the price range and the 5G capability chances are it is a Snapdragon 480 chipset. The budget-oriented processor is fabricated using the 8nm process and the octa-core layout clocks up to 2GHz.
The Nokia G50 will reportedly feature 4GB of RAM and an option for 64GB or 128GB storage options depending upon the region. The teaser image also gives us information about the design. The design of the Nokia G50 will be in line with the family design language. It will feature a teardrop design notch upfront. At the back, the circular camera module will sit on top of a matt back.
The base variant is likely to be priced at GBP 207 (approx Rs. 11,000) in the UK. The device is likely to go on sale soon, given that the teasers are ready. HMD Global is also the official sponsor for the 25th James Bond instalment, No Time To Die, starring Daniel Craig. So a launch may be on the cards very soon as the movie will premier on September 28th and be playing in theatres from September 30th, 2021.
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