Nokia 8.3 5G 128GB Reviews

★★★★ 3.9
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Manufacturer: Nokia
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Nokia 8.3 5G review

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: The Nokia 8.3 5G isn’t the most exciting phone you’ll read about this year, but with strong specs and a large screen there’s plenty here to appeal to those looking to upgrade to 5G with a handset that won’t break the bank. That said, a meager storage offering and an annoying Google Assistant button mean it’s not a device without its frustrations.
Pros: 
  • Good display
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Impressive battery life
Cons: 
  • Annoying Google Assistant button
  • Small storage size for some
  • Mediocre camera
1 year ago

Nokia 8.3 5G Review

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: The Nokia 8.3 5G is a competent mid-range phone that gets pretty much all the basics right. The only downside is that it targets a very busy space in the market full of handsets with more developed feature sets, like the Pixel 5 and Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro.
Pros: 
  • Android One software
  • Solidly built
  • Decent battery life
Cons: 
  • Cons: Doesn’t match the specs of some rivals
  • Camera is distinctly average
1 year ago

Nokia 8.3 5G review

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: The Nokia 8.3 5G, though not perfect, offers something unique for mid-range buyers with an interest in videography. The all-day battery life, big display and stunning rear all help too!
Pros: 
  • All-day battery life
  • Large, detailed display
  • Pro video recording features
Cons: 
  • Plastic frame lets down premium feel
  • Palm rejection tech needs work
1 year ago

Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone review – Good looks aren't enough

★★★★★
Verdict: Yes, the Nokia 8.3 5G's launch price is too expensive considering the possible alternatives: For the...
No time for 90 Hz. The Nokia 8.3 5G arrives with some delay, and unfortunately, this is also noticeable on the phone with which Nokia wants to shake up the upper class: In this way, there is no 90 Hz display and no Wi-Fi 6. At least the smartphone is 5G capable and classy, but is that enough?
Pros: 
  • beautiful design
  • accurate positioning
  • many 5G frequencies
  • good battery life
  • no throttling
  • microSD reader
  • no PWM flickering
  • hardly heats up
  • pure Android
Cons: 
  • deficient workmanship
  • expensive for the features offered
  • unevenly illuminated display
  • display with blue tint
  • camera with moderate sharpness
  • only a 60 Hz display
  • no Wi-Fi 6
  • no mmWave 5G
1 year ago

Nokia 8.3 5G review: Nokia's new flagship?

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: The Nokia 8.3 5G feels like a good phone that's arrived at the wrong time. It's impressive as many similar phones are, with good design, a nice display and plenty of power. But it's let down by a price that's high and a camera system that's not great.
Pros: 
  • Good display
  • Attractive design
  • 3.5mm headphone socket
  • Plenty of power
  • Decent battery life
Cons: 
  • Camera a bit muddled
  • Mono speaker
  • Phone is a bit on the big side
  • Auto brightness a bit hit and miss
  • It's too expensive
1 year ago

Nokia 8.3 review: A PureView camera phone in all but name

★★★★ 4.0
There was once a time when Nokia ruled the phone camera world, but Huawei, Apple, and Samsung have all come along and become better known for amazing cameras since that time. However, with the Nokia 8.3 it has taken some significant steps forward with the help of long-time partner Zeiss, to the point where I think the phone deserved to wear the famous PureView name, traditionally given to its best performing camera-centric phones. What’s even better is the phone doesn’t cost $1,000, and yet still comes with tech you need for the future, and guaranteed software updates for a good few years as well. The Nokia 8.3 one of 2020’s best competitively priced phones, so let’s get into why. You know what you’re getting with Nokia’s most recent designs as they mostly follow a similar trend: A top-center mounted camera module, a chin bezel under the screen, and colors inspired by its Nordic roots. The Nokia 8.3 doesn’t shout about its looks, doesn’t bowl you over with attention-grabbing folding sc...
Pros: 
  • Excellent main and ultra-wide cameras
  • Large, attractive screen
  • Android One software
  • Long battery life
Cons: 
  • No water resistance
  • 60Hz refresh rate screen
  • Weak zoom and macro photos
1 year ago

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