Nokia’s new G50 is a $300 5G phone with a big battery and two years of OS upgrades

The Nokia G50 has a triple rear camera system. | Image: Nokia

Nokia has a new midrange phone coming to the US and a number of global markets. The new G50 costs $299 and has all the ingredients to be competitive as a midrange phone, with a 6.82-inch HD+ display, big battery, audio jack and 18W fast charger.

This G-series phone is similar to the Nokia X20 that was announced back in April 2021, but the G50 has a bigger screen and battery and comes in a version specifically designed for the North American market (AT&T and T-Mobile). Unsurprisingly, it supports the slower 5G Sub 6, which means this phone will work on T-Mobile’s 5G network, but not on Verizon’s mmWave network, and will only get 4G reception on AT&T.

Like other 5G phones in the $300 range, the Nokia G50 is powered by the modest Snapdragon…

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