New Nokia 5G Device has Strange Shaped Camera
HMD Global who hold the licence to manufacture smartphones with a Nokia monika, and five years on are struggling to get traction in Australia, is set to release a new Nokia branded 5G smartphone that has a strange circle shaped camera on the rear.
The Nokia G50 has a 6.82″ display and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 processor in comparison Motorola’s new 5G Edge 20 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm 888 processor, the chipset in the cheaper 5G Motorola Edge 20 Fusion is the MediaTek Dimensity 800U.
For five years HDM Global has competed up against several key brands in Australia including the budget Samsung A & M Series, TCL and Alcatel as well as Oppo, despite this the local operation is only generating sub $3M in revenue.
Five years on the Company is still continuing to look for ways to gain user loyalty in Australia with a brand that they licence and was once, the #1 mobile brand in Australia.
The next device will be the cheap bottom end Nokia G50 which was spotted in the Geekbench benchmark database,
The Snapdragon 480 processor only has a peak frequency of 2.04 GHz, there is 4 GB of RAM, and the device will have the Android 11 operating system.
Currently Samsung is shifting several of their devices to Android 12.
The Nokia G50 will have a 6.82-inch HD + IPS ‑ display, 2/4/6/8 GB of RAM and a 64/128/256 GB flash drive.
The smartphone weighs 220 grams which is 60 grams heavier that the Motorola Fusion, it will also have a 4850 mAh battery and a fingerprint scanner on the side.
As for cameras there will be an 8-megapixel selfie module and a four-component main camera with a 48-megapixel main sensor, the cameras are housed in a circle casing on the back which pushes out from the back. This type of design can make it difficult to charge a device on a wireless charger.
Nokia have not commented on their new range, nor do we know whether the device has wireless charging.