Nokia G50 5G leaked online in a official short video, reveals front and rear design – Times of India

Nokia G50 5G has leaked once again and this time it’s an official short GIF accidentally posted by Nokia France Instagram page. The leaked GIF does not reveal much about the specification of the smartphone, but it does reveal the complete design details of the upcoming 5G phone from Nokia, according to a report by Nokia Power User.
To be precise, the GIF shows the front and back design of the smartphone and according to that we can expect to see a typical Nokia design with circular camera housing and a notch display housing front camera. The bezels of the phone also look chunky as per 2021’s standard.
The circular housing features a triple rear camera setup. As per the report, the primary sensor will be the 48MP. There’s no physical fingerprint sensor at the back. So, we are expecting to see a power button fingerprint scanner here considering the expected price point of the smartphone.
Apart from that, the smartphone is expected to arrive in two colour options — Black and Pink, based on the teaser GIF.
This isn’t the first time that the Nokia G50 5G has surfaced online. Recently, the phone was spotted on Geekbench and Bluetooth certification site which revealed that the smartphone could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 480SoC.
Apart from that the phone has been listed on a UK site that suggests Moto G50 as the cheapest 5G phone from the company. Also, the phone will be priced at £207.56 and feature 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.

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