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Nokia G310 5G and C210: New Budget-Friendly Smartphones for US Consumers

Finnish phone maker HMD Global has announced the release of two new Nokia-branded smartphones designed for the U.S. market – the Nokia G310 5G and the Nokia C210. Both devices promise enhanced durability, performance, and battery life.

Nokia G310 5G Brings 5G Connectivity and QuickFix Repairs

The Nokia G310 5G is the latest addition to Nokia’s G-series portfolio of affordable 5G devices. Launching on August 24, the phone will be available starting at $186 from T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile.

Key features of the Nokia G310 5G include:

  • 5G connectivity via the Snapdragon 480+ 5G chipset
  • A 6.56-inch HD+ display with 90Hz refresh rate
  • A triple rear camera setup with 50MP main lens
  • 128GB of storage and 4GB of RAM
  • A large 5,000mAh battery with 20W fast charging
  • Android 13 software

The phone also utilizes a QuickFix design in partnership with iFixit, making self-repairs easier with repair guides and genuine spare parts available.

Durable Nokia C210 4G Model

Joining the new C-series portfolio, the Nokia C210 4G phone will launch on September 14 for $109 at Metro by T-Mobile.

The Nokia C210 touts enhanced durability with:

  • A metal chassis and toughened display glass
  • IP52 rating for dust and water resistance
  • A large 6.3-inch HD+ display
  • All-day battery life

It is powered by a Snapdragon 662 chipset and includes a 13MP dual rear camera setup. The phone runs Android 13 software.

Emphasis on Accessible Connectivity

In a press statement, HMD Global’s VP Americas Cristian Capelli said the new phones aim to “make everyday life easier, more efficient, and more affordable for our customers.”

The Nokia G310 5G and C210 illustrate HMD’s strategy of offering competitively-priced smartphones with decent specs and features. As 5G networks continue rolling out across the country, the Nokia G310 5G offers an affordable way for customers to benefit from faster connectivity.

Both new models sport Nokia’s signature minimalist Scandinavian design and promise the durability Nokia phones are known for. HMD seems focused on accessibility with these solid, budget-friendly devices.

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