Nokia debuts the G400. (Source: Nokia)
Nokia has announced that all of the new phones it has unveiled at CES 2022 will be Android 12-powered devices, even the C100 that will sell for under US$100. It, like the C200, G100 and G400 that have launched alongside it, are pitched at the US market, although they may not exactly set it alight in terms of specs for the most part.
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Nokia has come to CES 2022 with a range of new, budget-conscious phones. Nevertheless, the HMD Global brand has yet to revealed all of their specs, which may be done on their release via the TracFone or Boost networks later this year.
Then again, Nokia has confirmed that they are to be Android 12-powered phones on these occasions, although that potential advantage is tempered somewhat in the C100 and G100. They are powered by the MediaTek Helio A22 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 respectively.
The ~US$119 C200 has the same SoC as the C100, although Nokia gave the impression the former will have the larger HD+ screen at 6.5 inches. It will also have 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and a 4,000mAh battery Then again, the C100 is the most affordable, at a recommended price of just $99.
The G100 might have the same display as the C200, albeit driven by an older processor. It will have a larger 5,000mAh battery, however, and is set at a price of $149. The G400, then, is the flagship of the bunch with a 5G Snapdragon 480 chipset to support a 120Hz display – a first for Nokia.
The G400 will also benefit from 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and has a recommended price of $239. Nokia has yet to announce when it and its wallet-friendly siblings will be available.
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