The Nokia G400 has an impressive spec sheet for a $239 phone
The Nokia G400 might be the best phone of the four smartphones even though it is priced at only $239. For that price, you are getting a phone that supports 5G connectivity while compatible with T-Mobile, TracFone, Dish Wireless, and Consumer Cellular. The G400 sports a 6.6-inch display with an FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate.
Considering the price, this phone is loaded. It features a 48MP primary camera and a hefty 5000mAh battery. It comes with 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage and is pre-installed with Android 12. Not a bad spec sheet at all for the price.
The Nokia C200 will run you $119 and carry a 6.1-inch display. A 4000mAh capacity battery keeps the lights on. And the C100 will run you just $99 for a handset sporting a small 5.45-inch display, a primary camera that weighs in at 8MP, and a 3000mAh capacity battery.
Nokia executive explains why the 9 PureView was not updated to Android 11
The executive pointed out that last year, Nokia was not a participant in the Android 11 beta program and it also had a large portfolio of phones that it had to work on. HMD finished number 10 for Android update speed in early 2021, down sharply from its fourth-place position in early 2020. But things are improving as the Nokia X20 received the Android 12 update fairly quickly.
Taylor says, “But I think as we move forward, certainly on the global perspective, we’ve got a more focused level of device (sic), and we’re already in the beta program with Android 12. So yeah, bit humbled by how we did with Android 11, but I think we’ll get onto the front foot again.”