HMD has five new sub-$250 Nokia phones coming to the US soon

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HMD has five new sub-$250 Nokia phones coming to the US soon

HMD, the corporate behind fashionable Nokia-branded telephones, has introduced 5 new “US unique” telephones coming within the first half of this 12 months. None of those are flagships: there’s just one 5G gadget, and all 5 are set to retail for beneath $250. HMD has additionally revived a basic Nokia design as a contemporary characteristic cellphone — the Nokia 2760 — a flip cellphone that inherits its identify from the unique 2007 handset.

The corporate isn’t totally detailing the specs of the 5 telephones right this moment and says it plans to launch this info nearer to every handset’s launch. As a substitute, it’s emphasizing that the telephones will probably be accessible throughout a wider vary of US wi-fi suppliers, which now embody Dish Wi-fi and Client Mobile along with T-Cellular and TracFone.

The unique Nokia 2760 was launched in 2007

In descending order of value, there’s the $239 G400, which is due for launch in Q2. It’s a 5G cellphone with a triple rear digicam array consisting of a 48-megapixel fundamental digicam, a 5-megapixel ultrawide, and a 2-megapixel macro. Curiously, its 6.6-inch show has a 120Hz refresh charge, which is comparatively unusual at this value level. It has a 5,000mAh battery and comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Then there’s the $149 G100, a 4G cellphone with a 6.5-inch show, 5,000mAh battery, and a fingerprint sensor constructed into the facility button that’s additionally due for launch in Q2. Each the G100 and G400 are a part of HMD’s midrange G-series.

HMD’s additionally bringing two telephones to the accessible, value-focused Nokia C-series vary. There’s the $99 C100 (due in Q1) and $119 C200 (releasing in Q2). The C100 has a comparatively compact 5.45-inch show, a comparatively low-resolution 8-megapixel rear digicam, and a 3,000mAh battery. The C200 is barely bigger with a 6.1-inch show and has an even bigger 4,000mAh battery.

Lastly, there’s the $79 Nokia 2760 Flip, a clamshell characteristic cellphone releasing in Q1. It’s working KaiOS, which affords a restricted quantity of smartphone-style providers like Google Maps, and its focus is on sturdiness and reliability with a goal buyer age of primarily 55 and above. There’s additionally an emergency button on its aspect that may be configured to name a contact and share your location, and a small exterior display for notifications.

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