The Nokia 5.3 will launch in India on August 25, 5310 now available
HMD has not forgotten about the Nokia 5.3 – months after it was announced, the phone is finally ready to launch in India. The event is scheduled for the 25th (that’s Tuesday next week) and things being what they are right now, it will be a virtual briefing (using Microsoft Teams).
The company sent out invites to the press that don’t reveal the price, which is the one unknown (also, there’s no mention of the Nokia 8.3 and 1.3). For the Indian market the latest entry in the 5-series is the 5.1 Plus from the distant 2018 – jokes aside, it has been a while since HMD updated its mid-range offerings.
The 5.1 Plus costs just north of INR 11,000 right now, down from the original price point of INR 13,000 or so (which is now occupied by the Nokia 6.2). Expect the new Nokia 5.3 to cost around that much (of course, we won’t know for sure until next week).
The phone features a 6.55” 720p display and is powered by a Snapdragon 665 chipset with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage (plus a microSD slot, 4 and 6 GB RAM options are available too). The rear camera setup has a 13 MP main module, 5 MP ultra wide cam, 2 MP macro and a 2 MP depth sensor, the selfie cam has an 8 MP sensor. A USB-C port charges the 4,000 mAh battery at 10 W and there’s also a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The Nokia 5310 remake is also listed as “New” on the Nokia India website and is already available. There’s a chance that HMD will add the Nokia 125 and 150 (2020) to its stable of basic feature phones during the event as both phones were certified by BIS on June 30.
using this for a month, for the given price feels best mobile, was using Nokia 3, looking for 4gb ram, big display (its big compared to Nokia 3), latest android, higher battery capacity, dedicated slot for memory card, all available in this. I do ag...
- 29 Aug 2020
Here comes the 'most' obnoxious Nokia fans ever... Enlighten me, which comment of mine is 'just a bunch of words put together'? All people, except you and other Nsheeps, knows that ALL I mentioned in my comments are facts! ...
- 23 Aug 2020
Your2 years old device did not have this CPU, also was not having stock android. In the same time, was not a Nokia. So who cares about your two years old whatever?
- 20 Aug 2020