HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones has unveiled the Nokia G50, a new member of the G-series family.
Nokia said the G50 is the most affordable 5G Nokia smartphone yet, packing the signature Finnish quality for a phone that can go the distance.
Florian Seiche, CEO at HMD Global said the company’s mission has been to make quality mobile technology accessible to everyone around the world.
“With Nokia G50, we are proud to put 5G in the pockets of even more people, supported by trusted partnerships for best-in-class experiences. We want to empower people to feel good about keeping their smartphone for longer and combat the upgrade culture so we can all reduce our carbon footprint.
The Nokia G50 features a 6.82” HD+ display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 MP and comes with Android 12.
Featuring a 48MP triple-lens camera with AI smarts, the Nokia says the G50 will fully equip you to capture everything from nature’s wonders to shots of loved ones enjoying the moment in any light.
It also has a two-day battery life and 18W fast charging.
The Nokia G50 allows users a watermarking feature when taking photos, a great for putting a stamp on your innovative ideas or simply enhancing photos for social media.
Spotify will give Nokia G50 owners access to 70 million tracks and 2.9 million podcasts out of the box. Offering additional control over your online privacy, ExpressVPN will be available on the Nokia G50 with a 30-day free trial. See here for more details: Spotify and ExpressVPN partnership.
Pricing and availability
The Nokia G50 comes in Ocean Blue, Dual Sim with 4GB Ram and 128GB of onboard memory and will be available in South Africa from mid-April, priced from R5,499, through Vodacom stores.
The Nokia G50 also comes with a free cover and screen protector.