As with so many other smartphone manufacturers that have been at the “top” for a long time, Nokia has overcome great difficulties in getting its smartphones to become as popular as in the past. To try to recover, the manufacturer is now betting on the launch of an entry-level smartphone, the Nokia 5.3.
Interestingly the brand decided to present Nokia 5.3 in India, the second largest market in the world, where this is one of the most popular segments. Although it was not officially confirmed during the presentation, it is expected that it will also be released globally.
Nokia 5.3 specifications
- 6.5 “inch LCD screen with HD + resolution and drop-shaped notch
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor
- Up to 6GB of RAM
- 64GB of internal memory, expandable via microSD card
- Four rear cameras: 13MP + 5MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (depth) + 2MP (macro)
- 8 megapixel front camera
- Fingerprint reader on the rear panel
- Support for NFC (wireless payment)
- 4,000mAh battery
- Android 10, Android One
In this market segment, one of the most important factors turns out to be the level of autonomy of smartphones and the Nokia 5.3 will definitely be able to stand out. According to the brand, your battery will be enough to guarantee up to 2 days of use on just one charge.
Another differentiating factor is the fact that this is an Android One smartphone, coming with an interface typical of Google smartphones. However, with the great evolution of the interfaces of Realme and Xiaomi during the recent times, this is no longer a strong point of such importance.
With a base price of around € 160, everything indicates that Nokia 5.3 will have great difficulties in facing rivals such as Realme 6, Xiaomi Redmi Note 9, Galaxy M11 and even the recently launched Motorola Moto G9. All these smartphones are in the same price segment, presenting more attractive specifications.
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