Nokia has announced the release of a new affordable smartphone – Nokia G300. This smartphone can hold a charge for two days.

On the front of the 5G-enabled Nokia G300 smartphone is a 6.5-inch HD + (720p) display. The V-shaped bezel houses an 8MP selfie camera. There is also a side fingerprint scanner and support for face scanning to unlock the phone.

The Nokia G300 is powered by the Snapdragon 480 5G processor, an octa-core chipset with two A76 cores clocked at 2GHz and a six-core A55 cluster of cores clocked at 1.8GHz. The amount of RAM is 4 GB. The G300 will also come with 64GB of expandable storage pre-loaded with Android 11.

On the back is a triple camera system: the main, 16MP camera, and two additional ones – an ultra-wide-angle 5MP and 2MP for portrait photos with a depth-of-field sensor. The camera also supports Night Mode, EIS, OZO Surround Sound and Wind Noise Reduction.

Autonomous work for two days Nokia G300 provides a battery with a capacity of 4470 mAh with 18 W charging.

It is reported that the model will go on sale in the US market from October 19, the price is $ 200.

The phone will come in a gray shade with the TracFone logo on the back. The smartphone has a SIM card slot, microSD, speaker, 3.5mm audio jack and microphone.

Recall that at the beginning of 2017 the company presented an updated version of its most popular model – Nokia 3310. According to the developers, the phone can stay on the shelf for up to 30 days in standby mode, and the battery will be discharged in 22 hours in talk mode.