Nokia 8.3 5G has been unleashed by HMD Global amid the coronavirus pandemic. It is the first-ever 5G smartphone from the Finland based tech company.
Am guessing Nokia learned a big lesson from the mistakes they made with Nokia 9 Preview. According to HMD Global, the device is all about future-proofing. Nokia 8.3 5G has enormous 5G bands compared to other top brands. Positioning the device readiness with existing and upcoming 5G bands in a highly compatible state.
The phone features a full 6.8-inch punch-hole HD+ display. It’s also detailed an HDR panel with Adaptive display support. This characteristic automatically diversifies contrast dependent upon the degree of light around you.
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Nokia 8.3 5G is powered by a snapdragon 765G chipset with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. Either way, both variants are equipped with a 5G modem. Very usual with recent Nokia phones, the Nokia 8.3 5G runs on Android 10 [Android One].
The exciting news about HMD Global Android One device is you’re guaranteed a 2 year OS support and a 3 year of monthly security patches.
It comes in with 6GB or 128GB of storage with micro SD card slot for expansion. The battery is not yet tested, but with 4500mAh, capable of 18W fast charge, it seems pretty good. The starting price is €599 and it’s in a single Polar night colour option which HDM explained it was inspired by the northern lights.