Nokia’s first 5G phone was announced back in March following MWC’s cancellation. However, it wasn’t clear when Nokia would begin selling the new handset. It was initially reported that Nokia would launch the 8.3 5G in the UK and other parts of Europe sometime in July.
The Nokia 8.3 5G was listed on Amazon’s German website, which could suggest the phone is headed to European markets in the near future.
The Nokia 8.3 has its marketing graphics listed, but the phone isn’t yet available for sale. Perhaps we could expect an earlier launch than originally anticipated. The Nokia 8.3 5G will go for €600 in most European markets and will retail for £500 in the UK.
The phone’s top features include a 6.81-inch LCD screen with a punch hole 24MP selfie camera. The main quad-camera setup consists of a 64MP main camera with Zeiss lens hardware, a 12MP ultrawide, and 2MP sensors, each for macro shots and depth sensing.
The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 765G chipset with support for 5G networks. There’s 6GB or 8GB of RAM along with either 64GB or 128GB of onboard storage. There’s an integrated fingerprint scanner in the power key and comes with Android 10 out of the box.
I'm no doctor strange, I simply know that companies have one single purpose, profits. It's more profitable to take away the headphone jack and force people (or at least encourage them) to buy wireless earphones, usually from the same company. If appl...
Well... Xperia 1ii laughing.. Yes I agree, majority of OEM ditch 3.5mm jack. But some OEM might want to keep it or maybe bring it back. So.. unless you're doctor strange, you'll never know
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