Despite the huge selection of laptops presented during CES 2022, there is still room for one of the most used devices today: smart phones. This is how Nokia has shown us, with the presentation of no less than five new smartphones that will join its range of affordable terminals, with interesting and quite rare features in this segment such as 5G connectivity or 120Hz screens.
Beginning with the Nokia G400, we find a mid-range phone equipped with a simple configuration with a Snapdragon 480 processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, on which it will stand out a 6.6-inch LCD screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. This won’t be the phone’s only appeal though, with a triple rear camera system centered around a 48-megapixel main sensor paired with a 5-megapixel ultra-wide lens and a 2-megapixel macro camera. Some characteristics that will undoubtedly stand out in a terminal that does not reach 250 dollars (221 euros at the current exchange rate).
However, this was the most expensive smartphone during the fair. And it is that the rest of the G series as the C series is presented at prices below 200 dollars.
The Nokia G100, equipped with a 6.5-inch screen, it will stand out for its enormous autonomy, granted by its 5,000 mAh battery; as well as quite solid specifications within its range. While the new C series, composed of the Nokia C200 and C100 They will opt for a more targeted orientation to the entry range, with notably more modest terminals, and prices that will barely reach 119 and 99 dollars respectively (approximately 105 and 87 euros at the exchange rate).
Finally, the company has also taken the opportunity to surprise us with the Nokia 2760 Flip, a clamshell folding phone which follows the design of the original Nokia 2760, using a single internal screen and a smaller format monochrome screen on the outside. Something that will allow us to boast of folding for the figure of only 79 dollars (or 70 euros), in addition to offering us a huge wave of nostalgia.
Unfortunately, while all five phones are expected to arrive in Europe, at the moment the date of availability of any of them is not known.