HDM Global launched three smartphones yesterday named Nokia 8.3 5G, 5.3 and an entry-level 1.3. Nokia 1.3 is the successor of the company’s 1.2 smartphone and comes with some upgrades. First of all the smartphone is running Android 10 Go Edition out of the box and also promises Android 11 updates. One of the major highlights of the smartphone is Google’s new Camera Go app, this is the lighter version of the Pixel’s Camera app. Camera Go app makes Nokia 1.3 the first phone to have in the world.
The Entry-level smartphone comes with 5.71 inches HD+ IPS LCD Display. Waterdrop notch is available on this device which houses a 5 MP shooter. Bezels around the display are very thick compared to others, but this acceptable in this price range. Look and feel of the handset is like Nokia 2.3 which has 3D nano-textured polycarbonate back with the same kind of camera design. The rear camera is 8 MP sensor with low-light enhancement and the presence of Camera Go app makes shots more interesting with its AI capabilities.
Inside of this Go phone, a Quad-core processor called Qualcomm 215 is present alongside with 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM. If you want more storage then you have to insert an SD Card up to 400GB. Talking about SIM Slots, there are two SIM Slots available on this phone with a dedicated SD card slot.
The phone packs a 4000 mAh battery and 5W charging. Apart from that phone also has a headphone jack, FM radio, Bluetooth and more. Nokia 1.3 will be available from April for just €95 and comes in Cyan, Charcoal and Sand colour options.