Not one, not two, but three new Nokia phones to talk about. Nokia 8.3 5G is very much top of the line, and Nokia 2.4 and 3.4 are entry-level and budget-friendly but they all have one important thing in common; they’re manufactured by phone pioneer Nokia.
Nokia 8.3 5G
The Nokia 8.3 5G is HMD’s first 5G smartphone and it’s one we’ve been waiting a while for. The launch was delayed but it is now being rolled out globally and should hit our shores sometime soon. Specs-wise, we can expect a phone that is definitely in flagship territory: a cinematic 6.81 in LCD display with 1080p+ resolution, Snapdragon 765G chipset, acclaimed ZEISS optics for the 64 MP main cam and 24 MP selfie camera on the front. To make the most of its quad-camera setup, the device features the Zeiss Cinema Capture and Editor, a powerful camera app and editing suite, Action Cam mode which effortlessly captures silky smooth video at 60fps, and OZO audio recording. Battery wise, we can expect a powerful yet efficient 4,500 mAh battery with 18W fast charging.
A little lower down the scale, but still impressive in its own right, is the Nokia 3.4. This particular device is powered by the Snapdragon 460 chipset with an octa-core CPU; 70% faster than Nokia 3.2’s quad-core processor. It runs Android 10, and has 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The 6.39-inch LCD display now has a punch hole for the 8 MP selfie camera, while on the back there’s a 13 MP main camera alongside a 5 MP ultrawide cam and a 2MP depth sensor. The device is powered by 4,000 mAh battery, while the 3.5 mm headphone jack and FM radio receiver will be warmly welcomed.
Finally, let’s check out the Nokia 2.4. It’s actually larger than the 3.4 thanks to the 6.5-inch LCD display with 720+ resolution, and the battery is bigger as well; 4,500 mAh capacity. The device contains a Helio P22 chipset, 2GB of RAM and 32 GB storage and there’s a dedicated microSD slot. It comes with Android 10 out of the box and will be updated to version 11, although just when is unclear. On the back, there’s a 13 MP main camera and 2MP depth sensor, although some regions are rumoured to be getting an 8 MP main camera. On the front, the 5 MP selfie camera is in a teardrop notch.
These three new Nokia phones cover a lot of ground in terms of performance, specs, and affordability. They’re sure to be a sought-after trio when they hit the local market in the near future.