The Nokia 5.3 was reported in March and immediately turned into a moderate top choice with reviewers thanks to its low £150 price tag. Hardly any different telephones in that section can offer a similar degree of execution alongside a passable camera.
HMD Global has now wanted to dispatch an iterative update as the Nokia 5.4, and it looks set to be another well known lower-mid-range choice.
You’d be forgiven for speculation almost no has changed, however there are a couple of key contrasts when contrasted and its archetype. The Nokia 5.4 has a poke hole pattern in the showcase that houses a 16MP selfie camera instead of the waterdrop score/8MP combo last time around.
On the rear, the main camera has been moved up to a 48MP sensor and the flash has moved, despite the fact that the overall tasteful remaining parts generally unchanged.
A Snapdragon 662 runs everything, setting this telephone in opposition to the Poco M3 and Moto G9 Power with regards to execution. It’s a somewhat altered variant of the SD665 in the past age, so we ought to anticipate that it should make a fair showing once more. It likely could be somewhat more force productive, as well. A similar 4,000 mAh battery is ready, however it won’t charge particularly quick (10W).
For reasons unknown, it’s being showcased as a decent telephone for side hustlers. HMD Global makes them entertain details to flaunt the properties of the Nokia 5.4. Obviously, its battery can keep going for 42 drives and its polycarbonate body can withstand the heaviness of a 10-year-old kid.
Film mode video recording is additionally talked up — 21:9 and 24fps for that “Hollywood-like feel” — however the thing you’re taking a gander at is a sensibly evaluated moderate telephone with not many fancy odds and ends of any note. Also, there’s nothing wrong with that.
HMD Global has for quite some time been the Android One program’s champion, and despite the fact that that branding has taken a secondary lounge throughout the most recent year or somewhere in the vicinity, the Nokia 5.4 still accompanies the guarantee of three years of security updates and two years of OS updates.
This pretty much compensates for the way that it ships with Android 10 — we should trust its Android 11 overhaul is close to the corner.
In the UK, the Nokia 5.4 will be accessible from December 18 in the Polar Night (blue) color, with Dusk (purple) coming in January. You’ll have the option to get one from Nokia’s site first, with Amazon and Argos getting stock one month from now.