Nokia Unveils Latest Smartphone That Is ‘Globally Supported 5G’

HMD, the home of Nokia smartphones since 2016 which is situated in Finland have announced a new set of smartphones that would compete in the competitive market of smartphones.

In a live video stream on their social media accounts yesterday, HMD officially made the revelation and they have claimed some bold features that their latest flagship will be carrying.

The Nokia 8.3 5G is said to be the first ever smartphone in the world to support ‘real 5G’ connectivity and doesn’t only come as a marketing strategy for them.

This is their bold claim amid the recent release of other smartphones from Apple, Samsung and other brands stating that their devices are 5G capable. Although those devices released previously has the ability to be connect in 5G, the connection is just limited to other areas in the United States.

Along with the 5G feature that Nokia and HMD are claiming, the smartphone will also have a 6.81” FHD+ PureDisplay, 171.90 x 78.56 x 8.99 mm dimension, Android OS 10, 6GB/8GB RAM, 64/128 GB of storage (with MicroSD card slot of up to 400 GB).

One of its biggest features is the camera which is powered by ZEISS Optics that comes with 64 MP Sensor, 12 MP ultra wide lens, 2 MP macro lens, dual high Rear Flash and 24 MP front camera.

Other smartphones that are due for release this year are the Nokia 5.3, Nokia 1.3 and the classic Nokia 5310 which became famous in 2007 for its slick design of a candybar shape.