Nokia shows 8.3 5G
Nokia has officially unveiled its latest flagship device, the 8.3 5G, and according to Nokia, it’s the “one gadget you’ll ever need”.
The Nokia 8.3 5G is a supercharged smartphone with impressive specs. It starts well on the front of the design, made of aluminum and Gorilla Glass with a glittering back, it looks great. And at 6.8 inches, it’s a big phone with a 60Hz LCD screen that’s great for viewing content.
Interestingly, the fingerprint scanner is on the right side of the phone and not on the screen, and unlike many current smartphones, the Nokia 8.3 5G has a headphone jack. Besides, the 24MP front camera is a small punch hole in the top corner of the screen, so it doesn’t take up much display space.
The rear camera setup consists of four lenses: 64MP main camera, 12MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth camera.
The big new feature is 5G connectivity, and Nokia has claimed that 8.3 offers one of the best 5G experiences to date on a smartphone.
Having been the brand that gave many people their very first mobile phone, the Finnish brand collapsed when the dawn of the smartphone saw iPhones and Android devices take over.
But in recent years Nokia has released more than decent options, and the 8.3 5G is the best yet.
Partnering with friends from Hollywood, the Nokia 8.3 5G will be seen in the upcoming new Bond film “ No Time To Die ” and to mark the occasion, the reveal event was broadcast by Pinewood Studios.
The Nokia 8.3 5G will retail for £ 499 and it’s available for pre-order now.
Nokia also introduced two new smartphones – the 2.4 and 3.4, and these devices are firmly aimed at the affordable market, both costing less than £ 150.
The Nokia 2.4 has a 6.5 inch 720p display, a 13MP rear camera as well as a 5MP front camera and a large 4500mAh battery.
The Nokia 3.4 has a faster processor, a triple camera with a 13MP main camera accompanied by ultra-wide lenses and depth sensors, and an 8MP front camera. The screen is slightly smaller at 6.3 inches.
Both phones also look great, with eye-catching colors that pay homage to Nokia’s Nordic history. A shade of fjord blue and a dark pink that echoes “the early evening sky in Finland”.
These specs are good for devices on the lower end of the smartphone spectrum, and at the price you’ll get, because they’re even better – the Nokia 2.4 will only cost £ 99 and the Nokia 3.4 will cost £ 129.
Catherine Hiley, Mobile Expert at Uswitch.com, said: “Nokia phones have come a long way from the rugged handsets of yesteryear, which boasted batteries that lasted for days.
“These days, Nokia produces stylish smartphones that offer decent specifications at an affordable price, while promising longevity that other devices lack.”
The 3 series of phones gets a facelift with the Nokia 3.4’s eye-catching circular housing for the three-camera setup, which includes a 13 MP main snapper, 5 MP ultra-wide lens and 2-depth-of-field sensor. MP. “
“These vital stats may look bad compared to high-end handsets, but for just £ 119 it’s an impressive arsenal.”
The £ 99 Nokia 2.4 has a 6.5-inch HD display, a 13 MP main camera complemented by a 2 MP depth-of-field lens and a 5 MP selfie snapper at the end of the day. ‘before.”
“Budget smartphone users will be hard pressed to find a better phone for less than £ 100, especially as Nokia claims its battery will last two days.”
“Nokia was also keen to brag about its phones appearing in the new Bond movie, and with two days between charges, this is really a case of Batteries Are Forever.”
All three new Nokia phones will be available in October.