In January, when the cold weather reigned, we told you about five new affordable Nokia phones
introduced by HMD Global, the licensing company for the Nokia name for its smartphones. The five handsets unveiled in January were the 5G Nokia G400, the 4G-only Nokia C100, the Nokia C200 and the Nokia G100. Moreover, this list includes the redesigned Nokia 2760 flip phone.
The phones were unveiled at CES 2020 in Las Vegas and one of the models, the Nokia G400 5G (model number TA-1448), recently surfaced at the FCC with some excellent specs as the phone is expected to cost around $240. . The Nokia G400 offers 5G support, the only model of the five announced at CES that supports 5G. The handset has a 6.5-inch LCD screen and has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, the first Nokia smartphone to refresh its screen at that rate.
The Nokia G400 launches with Android 12 pre-installed, 6GB of storage included and 128GB of onboard storage. The visit to the FCC also revealed that the phone will have a 4900 mAh battery which Nokia could market as 5000 mAh after a bit of rounding. Hey, for $240 you’d probably be happy to get a 4900mAh battery. Under the hood we expect the Snapdragon 480 chipset
FCC documentation for Nokia G400 5G reveals camera specs
Thanks to the FCC visit, the triple camera setup would attach a camera array weighing 48 MP (primary sensor), 5 MP (ultra-wide) and 2 MP (a depth sensor). The front-facing selfie snapper should have a 16MP camera sensor.
If you’ve had your eye on this phone since January, you’ll need to be a little more patient. We could see the device shipping in early November. According to Nokiapoweruser
the phone could be released as the Nokia G40 or G41.