Budget 5G Nokia X100 looks great in new TV commercials

Budget 5G Nokia X100 looks great in new TV commercials

A few days ago we told you that Nokia X100 5G var now available in the states exclusively from T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile. Priced at $ 252, the Nokia X100 gives you affordable access to the world of 5G connectivity. With the Operator Equipment Payment Plan (EIP), you will own the phone while making 24 monthly payments of $ 10.50.
And at T-Mobile, if you add a line, the device is free. That equates to 24 monthly payments of $ 0. We would like to tell you about the informative 60-second ad for Nokia X100 created by Nokia licensee HMD Global. The video is titled “New Nokia X100. A Complete Entertainment Experience.”

The Nokia X100 is an affordable 5G handset priced at $ 252 at T-Mobile and Metro

Advertising starts with the rear camera using ZEISS optics. On the back is a primary 48 MP camera, a 5 MP ultra-wide angle camera, a 2 MP depth sensor and a 2 MP macro camera. If you market your phone as being “built for entertainment”, as Nokia is, the display is very important and the X100 has a 6.67-inch LCD screen with an FHD + resolution (1080+).

Last time we checked, sound is also part of the entertainment experience on a smartphone. So the Nokia X100 has immersive OZO sound, which is not only designed to make music streaming sound better, but also to help mobile gamers feel like they are inside a game. A 4470mAh battery gives the Nokia X100 up to two days of battery life with charging at 18W.

Yes, it’s a 3.5mm headphone jack, as you saw in the video. And under the hood, the Nokia X100 is equipped with a Snapdragon 480 chipset along with 6GB of memory and 128GB of expandable storage (a 1TB capacity microSD slot is included). Android 11 is pre-installed and there is a 16 MP punch-hole selfie snapper on the front.

If you want to give someone a 5G phone for the holidays (even if you are the recipient of the gift), the Nokia X100 is a bargain. It supports T-Mobile’s 600MHz lowband Extended Range 5G and 2.5GHz Ultra Capacity 5G middleband. The latter may not be as fast as mmWave 5G, but finding such a signal is like finding a needle in a haystack.

T-Mobile’s Ultimate Capacity 5G offers download data speeds that peak at 1 Gbps

The mid-range spectrum that T-Mobile acquired in the Sprint acquisition gives users an average download speed of 245 Mbps and shows how ingenious the acquisition of Sprint was for T-Mobile. There is no doubt that Verizon slammed the car doors on its own fingers by focusing on mmWave, but T-Mobile still had to take full advantage of this opening, which it did with the $ 26.5 billion acquisition of Sprint.

Interestingly, not everyone knew what T-Mobile was up to, and they wondered if Doctors and the company had lost their minds about accepting the FCC and DOJ just to buy a failed postpaid company. When the rest of the industry saw through T-Mobile’s plans, it was too late and T-Mobile had already taken the lead in 5G in the US

Without a mid-range spectrum that travels longer than mmWave and offers faster download speeds than low-bandwidth, Verizon and AT&T were forced to spend over $ 68 billion between them to buy 3.7 GHz-4.2 GHz C-band spectrum. But as if things could not get worse for T-Mobile’s top competitors, it turns out that the C-band frequencies that Verizon and AT&T were hoping to use are considered too close to the 4.2GHz-4.4GHz used by aviation signals .

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