You can now buy the first Nokia 5g mobiles. It has also announced two cheap phones and a couple of exciting wearables. Let’s get to know them!
The presentation of Nokia has just finished, where it has shown its new products for the remainder of 2020. The highlight is the Nokia 8.3 5G, its first 5G mobiles, which is already presented last March, but finally, today goes on sale for 599 euros.
It has also announced two cheap Nokia 5g mobiles starting at 119 euros, the new Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4, with important news such as eliminating the notch or the new low-cost processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 460.
Finally, new wireless headphones with protection against water, the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite, and a wireless pocket speaker, Nokia Wireless Speaker. This is the presentation video of the Nokia 8.3 5G, which we will see in the James Bond movie No Time to Die:
Nokia 8.3 5G
As we have commented, this mobile was presented in March, so we already know all its complete characteristics.
We face a mid-range smartphone with good cameras and full compatibility with all 5G networks deployed in Europe.
The new Nokia 8.3 5G mobiles have a 6.81-inch PureDisplay screen with Full HD + resolution (2,340×1,080 pixels),19.5: 9 aspect ratio, and support for HDR10 +.
Assemble the versatile Snapdragon 765G processor, accompanied by 4, 6, or 8 GB RAM & 64, 128, or 256GB of internal storage, expandable through a microSD card.
In the photographic section, the Nokia 8.3 5G is equipped with four rear cameras with Zeiss optics. The system consists of a 64 Mpx primary sensor, a 12 Mpx ultra-wide-angle, a 2 Mpx macro camera, and a 2 Mpx depth sensor.
The front camera has 24 Mpx and is of the periscope type, which allows all the front space to be dedicated to the screen and avoid notch or perforation.
The battery reaches 4,500 mAh with a fast charge and has a range of two days.
These are technical characteristics:
|Specs||Nokia 8.3 5G|
|Display||IPS LCD de 6,81″, resolution 2.340 x 1.080 px 19,5:9|
|Cameras rear||Main sensor 64 Mpx, Ultra gran angular de 12 Mpx, Depth sensor 2 Mpx, Macro sensor 2 Mpx|
|Cámara frontal||24 Mpx|
|Connections||5G, WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC|
|Battery||4.500 mAh with fast charge|
|Operating System||Android 11|
Nokia 8.3 5G is priced at $ 599 for the 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage model and $ 649 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM configuration.
It is on sale from today, although it will arrive in Spain “soon,” according to the press release.
Nokia’s new cheap mobile is not without modern features, such as a premium design, a large 6.5-inch screen, night mode, artificial intelligence, and a battery that lasts two days.
Nokia 2.4 has a 6.5-inch screen with Full HD + resolution, an Helio P22 processor, and 2 or 3 GB of RAM. Internal storage capacity is 32 up to 64 GB expandable by SD card.
The cameras are simple: a 13 MP main sensor with an aperture f / 2.2 5P lens and a 2 MP depth sensor with LED FLash.
The selfie camera reaches 5 MP FF with f / 2.4 3P Lens aperture.
Thanks to AI, you can do things like retouch portraits and remove backgrounds in real-time, or improve the Night Mode.
In the connectivity section, it has WiFi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 5.0, and GPS / AGPS + GLONASS + Beidou. It has NFC, headphone jack, rear fingerprint reader, and it is Dual SIM.
Its 4,500 mAh battery guarantees an autonomy of 2 days.
The new Nokia 2.4 only costs 119 euros and will go on sale this September.
Without leaving the entry range but with some features of the mid-range, the new Nokia 3.4 incorporates some functions that are difficult to see on a 150 euro mobile, such as a screen without a notch, a triple camera with AI, and the new processor Snapdragon 460, 70% more potent than the previous generation in this range.
It has a 6.39-inch screen with HD + resolution; the Snapdragon mentioned above 460 processor with 3 to 4 GB and 32 or 64 GB of expandable storage via micro SD.
The cameras section presents a configuration similar to Nokia 2.4, with a 13 MP primary sensor and a 2 MP depth sensor with LED FLash. In this case, Nokia has not facilitated the openings.
The selfie camera goes up to 8 MP, compared to 5 MP of 2.4.
If you look at its connectivity, it has WiFi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.2, and GPS / AGPS + GLONASS + Beidou. There is a version with and without NFC, depending on the country, and it has a headphone jack, rear fingerprint reader, and Dual SIM.
Its 4,000 mAh battery guarantees an autonomy of two days. It comes with pure Android 10, upgradeable to Android 11, and Android 12.
The new Nokia 3.4 only costs 159 euros and will go on sale in October.
Power Lite Headphones
These are the new cheap headphones from Nokia. Without noise cancellation but with essential functions, such as IPX 7 water protection (they last half an hr at a depth of one meter), and Bluetooth 5.0, the best connectivity with the lowest consumption.
Thanks to their 6 mm graphene drivers, they guarantee powerful and quality sound.
They have an autonomy of 35 hours with the case’s recharge, and they come with three sizes of headphones. They recharge thanks to the USB Type-C connector quickly.
Nokia Power Earbuds Lite headphones are sold in Nordic colors (snow, charcoal, and Fjord) at a price of 59 euros. They will go on sale in October.
Besides, two new colors have been added to the Nokia Power Earbuds, mint, and Polar Night. They cost 79 euros.
Nokia Portable Wireless Speaker
Finally, we can talk about this small pocket wireless speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. Nokia has designed it to listen to music or calls anywhere:
It has a power of 3W with an autonomy of 4 hours. Connects with Bluetooth 5.0. Thanks to its built-in microphone, it can also be used for hands-free calls.
It can be hung anywhere with the hook, and if you pair two speakers, you can enjoy music in stereo.
The Nokia Portable Wireless Speaker will go on sale in November at a price of 34.90 euros.