Nuu Mobile has debuted its new flagship phone - the G4, replacing last year's G3 that we also saw released at Mobile World Congress. The budget octocore handset has a £299 price tag for the 64GB version while there's also a 128GB option for £349.
There's a 6.2-inch 2,246 x 1,080 IPS notched display and a dual camera which offers 16 and 8 megapixel sensors.
Based around MediaTek's Helio P60 chipset, the phone runs Android 9 Pie and boasts 6GB of RAM. It's available in blue, black and a limited edition white ceramic version.
The handset also a features a 3,750 mAh battery, 18W fast-charging via USB-C and 10W wireless charging. You also get NFC for payments and dual SIM capabilities. Bluetooth isn't the latest 5.0 standard - it's 4.2 - but that's more than adequate for most use cases. While the charging speeds aren't super quick, they are better than many budget phones on the market. Storage is expandable via microSD.
The device also has facial recognition capabilities as part of Android, but we'll have to wait to see how well that performs. The phone also makes use of other Pie technologies such as Adaptive Battery.
The Nuu Mobile G4 will be released in the late Spring.