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Nokia 5.3 has an incredible quad-camera setup with a large 6.55-inch display and a long-lasting battery.
- Quad camera in a circular design
- Long battery life
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- IPS LCD Display
- Low resolution of 720p
Nokia 5.3 is the recently launched smartphone by HMD Global in their global launch event, where they launched three smartphones and introduced the 5G technology. Nokia 5.3 is the device majorly focussing on the camera and big screen size in the mid-range segment while introducing the stylish circular camera module.
Nokia 5.3 is packed in a lightweight composite body with an extended durability. The camera setup is placed inside a circular ring at the back which adds to the stylish look of the device. The fingerprint sensor is placed in the centre, right below the camera circle. The Nokia 5.3 has a 2.5D glass front with minimal bezels around the corners. The power button located on the right side lets you access the Google Assistant.
Nokia 5.3 provided a huge screen for all your day’s tasks and gaming. There is an epic 6.55-inch HD+ IPS LCD display with a water-drop notch and reduced bezels, just a little around the chin. The device has a 20:9 aspect ratio which is quite tall and a 720p screen resolution.
Powered by the dynamic Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 and Adreno 610 GPU, Nokia 5.3 ensures a seamless experience while handling any task on the device. This octa-core chipset is processed on an 11nm chip. Nokia 5.3 runs on the latest Android 10 and Nokia promises the roll-out of firmware updates for the next three years.
Nokia 5.3 features a quad-camera setup in a circular design on the rear. The primary lens is a 13MP shooter complemented by two 2MP each depth and macro sensors, along with a 5MP ultra-wide sensor while there is an 8MP camera on the front for the selfies.
Nokia 5.3 packs a non-removable Li-ion battery of 4000 mAh. Considering the lower resolution of the display, this big battery can keep the phone charged for around 2 days as Nokia claims. Sadly, Nokia has ditched the fast charging option in this one.
Nokia 5.3 is an addition to the mid-range competition available in three all new-vibrant colours – Cyan, Sand and Charcoal. It will be available in the Indian markets by the end of April. It has a beautiful circular rear panel design, quad-camera and very good battery life but Nokia 5.3 still doesn’t stand in front of the rivals but it is surely a powerful device announced by Nokia.