The Nokia C200 and Nokia G100 will go on sale in the US, according to Nokia brand licensee HMD Global. In the upcoming weeks, Boost Mobile will sell the two low-cost phones that were introduced back in January. These are the initial Nokia phones to be offered by wireless service carriers.
BOOST MOBILE RECEIVED THE NOKIA C200 AND NOKIA G100 These two Nokia phones are HMD Global’s entry-level products. They don’t work well for power users and have modest specs. The Nokia G100 has a marginally superior specification than the other. It features an edge-to-edge 6.5-inch HD display. The gadget has an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor from Qualcomm, and it comes pre-installed with Android 12.
The Nokia G100 boasts three cameras on the back thanks to HMD Global. A 13MP main camera, an 8MP ultrawide lens, and a 2MP depth sensor are all included. The business provides a number of camera features, including a night mode driven by AI. The front of the device has an 8MP camera for video calls and selfies. The power button on this phone includes a side-mounted fingerprint scanner built into it. It also has facial recognition capabilities. The phone’s 5,000mAh battery, which HMD Global claims can operate for up to two days on a single charge, provides power. Of course, how you use the phone affects the battery life.
Advertisement The Nokia C200 is a more modest phone made by the Finnish manufacturer if the Nokia G100 is still too bulky or extravagant for your needs. With a 6.1-inch diagonal display, the latter is fairly small. Because of the lower size, the battery capacity is reduced to 4,000mAh. However, HMD Global continues to guarantee a two-day battery life. Its more effective MediaTek Helio A22 chip is probably to blame for it. Compared to the 28nm Snapdragon 615 in the Nokia G100, it has a 12nm chipset.
Android 12 will also be available out of the box for the Nokia C200. However, a fingerprint scanner is absent. Only facial recognition is available for biometric unlocking. Additionally, this variant only has one 13MP camera on the back. An 8MP camera is located on the front for taking selfies.
AFFORDABILITY AND PRICE In September, Boost Mobile will sell the Nokia C200 and Nokia G100. The former has a $119.99 price tag and will only be offered in the color Grey. The latter costs $139.99 and is marginally more expensive for obvious reasons. It gets painted in Nordic Blue. Both devices are obtainable through retailers where Boost Mobile offers its products.