Surfergirl1, 05 Dec 2020I still have my European Nokia 8 titanium from Oct 2017. Works perfectly still.Same here! I don't have a reason to upgrade as well!
I still have my European Nokia 8 titanium from Oct 2017. Works perfectly still.
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2020How much is the device 370.81 AUD !? guess it slipped past you :)
Another oversized slab drowning in a sea of similar oversized mobiles. Utterly sick of all these shyte phones.
I bought Nokia 5.3 , battery performance ,large screen , camera is just marvelous,Nokia will soon be the top
Pityko, 01 Dec 2020These guys would not sell any phones if they didn't retain the 'Nokia' name. Ch... moreNokia is a name of all above and worth. Nokia has its own space in the market among other brands. Thanks
These guys would not sell any phones if they didn't retain the 'Nokia' name. Cheap and nasty sets, all of them.
Jasper, 01 Dec 2020Good thing that it is not a super large phone.. I hope nokia will make again a 6" phone.If you're looking for compactness, look for width not height. Devices less than 70mm are easily holdable by one hand.
Nokia had announced 2.4 and 3.4 at the end of Sept 2020 and they were supposed to be released in Oct 2020. So far they had launched only 2.4 recently and 3.4 won't be released this year. There is huge gap between announcement and actual release of their phones. 5.3 was announced in April 2020 and due to COVID-19, it's launch was delayed significantly. Now Android11 is already out for last couple of months and many new phones with Android11 pre-installed had been already released. So this phone must be release with Android11 pre-installed and not Android10.
So it will have the same battery capacity as the 5.3 and the same dimension as the 3.4. So I'd be looking at a 6.39" screen with a 4000mAh battery. Since the 3.4 is using the Snapdragon 460 chipset and the 5.3 is running on Snapdragon 665, I wonder if the 5.4 will be powered by the same chipset as the 5.3 or it will have Snapdragon 662 instead like the Xiaomi Poco M3.