The manufacturer Nokia phone has been able to return to the front of the stage thanks to its takeover by the compatriot firm, HMD. Not only has it succeeded in giving a second youth to the legendary Nokia 3310, but it has also been able to develop a new range of smartphones. Today Nokia offers both basic and very sophisticated phones.
Nokia 8.3 5G
The Nokia 8.3 5G is equipped with a large 6.81-inch FHD + edge-to-edge screen, it benefits from an Android 10 version and a superb Zeiss photo sensor, not to mention its compatibility with 5G.
Its 64 Mp main sensor, designed by Zeiss, is a real improvement over other implementations seen in the Nokia range and its dedicated Cinema video mode allows you to shoot in 4K at 30 fps in 21: 9.
Add to that two years of Android OS updates and a day’s battery life and you’ve got a really good mid-range smartphone.
The Nokia 7.2 stands out with a unique construction, compared to the sleek and rounded competing smartphones. Its angles are much more pronounced and, at the rear, it sports a light-reflecting glass, which gives it a high-end design.
Its camera offers good performance thanks to the 48 Mp sensor, but it is quite disappointing when it comes to the wide angle.
On the hardware side, it has a Snapdragon 660 processor and 4 or 6 GB of RAM, depending on the model chosen.
Its superb design, quality display and two years of guaranteed operating system updates should be enough to win you over, especially at this affordable price
The Nokia 5.3 phone offers a lot for a phone in this category. The main lens of the photo module produces crisp, clear images with super vivid colors, and the 4000mAh battery doesn’t disappoint with about a day and a half of use.
But at this price, you have to compromise. We can cite the poor quality of the speakers, the low resolution of the screen and the secondary lenses of the camera which considerably degrade the quality of the images.
If you are looking for a Nokia for watching videos, then the Nokia 5.3 is probably not for you.
For budget smartphones, especially those that are as affordable as the Nokia 2.4, one has to ask how much such a smartphone can satisfy you on a daily basis. It might be better to spend a little more on a more capable model.
In the case of the Nokia 2.4, although it is expected to be slow, it does have a few surprises in store. It has, for example
, a decent night mode, a 6.5-inch screen, and a nice Android experience.
Notice to those nostalgic for the early 2000s, the Nokia 3310 is back!
Its new version is not perfect but we still love it as much. The screen of the Nokia 3310 is 2.4 inches and its physical keyboard is large enough to write comfortably.
The strong point of this model is its battery, you can play long hours of the legendary game of the Snake.
Also note that it has a 3G version.