With regards to 5G smartphones, normally these gadgets will in general be restricted to better quality leader smartphones where the 5G availability is sold as an element. On the off chance that you'd preferably not drop $1,000 on a smartphone only for 5G, the HMD Global may have an elective answer for you as the Nokia 8 V 5G UW.
Indeed, we realize the name is somewhat of a modest bunch, yet it basically mentions to us what we have to think about the phone, for example, how it will be a Verizon selective, and how it will exploit Verizon's 5G mmWave Ultra Wideband organization.
For those new, with regards to 5G there are right now two advances that are set up. mmWave, similar to the one the Nokia 8 V 5G UW uses, and Sub-6GHz. With mmWave, clients will have the option to accomplish a lot quicker speeds contrasted with Sub-6GHz, however the compromise is, where Sub-6GHz will have a more extensive inclusion, though at the expense of more slow speeds.
Both are still quicker contrasted with LTE, however on the off chance that you live in a metropolitan territory, at that point mmWave ought not be an issue, yet on the off chance that you live in more rustic parts, at that point you may run into certain issues with inclusion.
That being stated, HMD Global is promoting the Nokia 8 V 5G UW as being one of the more reasonable 5G leader smartphones in the market today. We're discussing a value purpose of $699 and it will accompany equipment specs like a 6.81-inch FHD+ show with HDR, the utilization of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable stockpiling, and a triple back mounted camera framework comprising of a principle 64MP sensor, a 2MP profundity sensor, and a 2MP full scale sensor, with a 24MP ZEISS Optics forward looking shooter.
There is additionally a 4,500mAh battery going with the handset with a 3.5mm earphone jack and a unique mark sensor incorporated with the force button.
HMD Global is expecting to launch another Nokia smartphone. The new Nokia 7.3 5G features a circular camera module on the rear side of the phone. The module houses a quad-camera system that consists of a 48-megapixel primary camera lens and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera lens. There would be a 2-megapixel depth sensor and a 2-megapixel micro camera. These aren't as useful as the other two lenses, but together they serve the purpose of having a quad-camera system. There is an LED flash on the left side of the camera with a rear-facing fingerprint scanner just below it. Nokia has used plastic on the rear side to reduce the manufacturing cost of the phone.
The rumors suggest that the phone is going to feature a 6.5-inch punch-hole full HD+ display with slim side bezels, and a thicker bottom bezel with Nokia branding on it. The top-left corner of the phone displays a small camera for taking a selfie. This one is rumored to boast a 24-megapixel resolution, although there isn't much information available right now. Overall dimensions of the phone make it taller than its predecessor but smaller than the Motorola Moto G9 Plus.
Nokia 7.3 is one of the phones that support 5G network connectivity. To support 5G the phone is using the Snapdragon 690 chipset that's also going to power the next OnePlus Nord. According to reports, it'll be coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as standard. MicroSD card support is highly likely and pricier 6/64GB and 8/128GB versions are on the way too. The Nokia 7.3 will likely to be launched in October or November alongside the Nokia 6.3. The phone is set to price at 399 euros in Europe.
HMD Global launched Nokia 8.3 today in an online event that was shown on Nokia's official YouTube channel. The phone is a big leap of faith for the company. The phone appears alongside the black female James Bond in no time to die, while also using the 5G. The device offers pretty much all flagship features with the mid-range price tag, which is by far the most happening category of the mobile industry in 2020. But delaying this phone result in stiff competition from Samsung and iPhone.
The Nokia 8.3 emerged as a flagship smartphone with 5G network connectivity while the Nokia 9 series seemingly disappeared with most of the market dominated by budget-friendly smartphones. It is a big phone with an aluminum core and Gorilla glass with a metalization process used to create the colors of the rear panel called polar night. There are small bezels at the bottom of the display, although we appreciate the curves to the rear side which make it fit in one hand nicely. To keep the back clean, they have put the fingerprint scanner on the side which looks okay.
There is a separate Google Assistant button on the left-side and placed opposite to the fingerprint scanner. There is a 3.5-mm headphone jack on the bottom of the phone with only one speaker. The phone has a 6.81-inch LCD with a 60Hz display refresh rate. Nokia 8.3 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G 5G and comes in two models with 6 and 8GB RAM. The phone comes with 64 and 128GB storage internal storage that is further expandable via microSD.
Nokia 8.3 uses a quad-camera system with 64MP main (16MP photos), f/1.89 as a primary camera lens, 12MP ultra-wide, f/2.2 secondary, 2MP macro lens with f/2.4, and a 2MP depth camera lens. The front camera is of a 24MP lens with f/2.0. There is no optical zoom in this camera, but you can pinch up to 10x zoom if you can afford a picture with less quality.
Nokia recently tweeted about the launch of new budget-friendly smartphones for the Indian market. The phones will be unveiled in an event which will take place on August 25. According to some leaks, the company will take the opportunity to launch a feature phone in the event as well. Among the products that will be unveiled, there will be a 4G feature phone as well. This week we got some detail on the specs and renders of Nokia's upcoming 4G feature phone.
One of these products is a new variant of the Nokia 215 that will probably be called as Nokia 215 (2020) or Nokia 215 4G. As it is clear from the name, the phone fells into the budget category and might be the most affordable phone manufactured this year by Nokia. But, to disappoint many, this phone doesn't have any camera. Perhaps, Nokia thinks of people who can't afford an expensive mobile phone with fancy features. The next device is the Nokia 225 that comes with 4G LTE and can run apps like YouTube and Facebook.
According to the reports, the Nokia 225 has already got clearance from FCC. The pictures or renders uploaded on the internet have a date and time on the display of the device that shows August 3, 2020. Probably, the phone was delayed due to the coronavirus situation in the country and around the world. The source wasn't' certain about the name of the third 4G feature phone.
The phone carries the code name Nokia Leo Basic. The Nokia Leo is also expected to feature support for Whatsapp, Facebook, as from being a 4G phone. Further, you will get a dedicated physical button on the side of the phone which is likely to be used as Google Assistant. The feature phones are likely powered by KaiOS. We don't have any detail on the pricing yet, but we can safely assume that these phones will likely be more affordable than any other phone currently in the market with all these features.
The Nokia 5.3 is called the future-proof phone that costs almost half of the entry-level premium smartphone. HMD Global's Nokia 5.3 costs just under $199, and it will surprise you with its software, features, and design as a daily phone. The Nokia 5.3 was already gone on sale back in April this year but is yet to get an official launch in India. And now HMG Global has sent out the invites for an online event on August 25. The invite says it will be giving a brief session virtually ahead of the launch. The virtual session will be done on Microsoft Teams and will begin at 10 AM IST. It is believed the Nokia 5.3 will be announced on the same day.
The company has also reported that the 2020 models of the Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 may be announced on the same day since these device has already received certification by the Bureau of Indian Standards since June. The rear panel of the phone is made of plastic and frame a 6.55-inch display screen with 1,600 x 720 pixels. Due to its cover, it is quite manageable but may not fit in the small hands. If you are watching YouTube videos on the mobile phone, you might want to increase the brightness up to full most of the time as the auto-brightness may not work for you.
The phone house a selfie camera at the top of the display with a small bezel on the bottom. The primary camera is of 13-megapixel with a 4/1.8 aperture and is joined by a 5-megapixel ultra-wide, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. The front camera is of 8-megapixel. To take pictures at a low-light situation, it offers a night mode, but the shots it takes are hardly better than those you take without it.
The phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor with 3GB, 4GB, and 6GB of RAM options. The Nokia 5.3 offers similar software experience as the Google Pixel phones with Android One and no special user interface. The phone will receive software updates for the next years, including Android 11. The device features a massive 4,000mAh battery that is enough for medium-level usage with a single charge throughout the day.