Soon enough, the 5G technology will become a new standard for smartphones, and it’s obvious why. Everybody likes video streaming nowadays, and we have to admit that there are some significant shortcomings in this area. But with the 5G support, the internet will become a lot faster and more stable than it ever was.
As brands like Samsung, OnePlus, Motorola, LG, and others had stepped into the 5G hall of fame with powerful smartphones, it’s now the turn for another major company. HMD Global will soon release a Nokia phone that’s packed with the 5G technology.
Meet Nokia 8.3 5G
Nokia 8.3 5G was announced even since March, and it’s arriving in the States in several months. The phone is a true beauty and capable of impressive things. The gadget has a large IPS display that measures 6.81 inches, and it has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels with a 20:9 ratio. The Snapdragon 765G processor and Android 10 OS are powering the gadget.
If you’re planning to use Nokia 8.3 5G for gaming, you clearly won’t be disappointed. The device is available in two versions: 6 GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, and 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. There’s also an Adreno 620 GPU that makes most games available for mobiles to run smoothly. However, we still recommend you to connect a Bluetooth controller to the phone for a more enjoyable gaming experience.
If you’re already impressed by the 24 MP selfie camera and the Full HD video recorder which is ideal for vlogging, things are getting even more attractive. The main camera for Nokia 8.3 5G is capable of capturing 64MP photos, and the recording capabilities are priceless: shooting videos in the 4K format at 30fps.
If you’re willing to get your hands on a Nokia 8.3 5G, you’ll have to pay around 500 euros.
James is passionate about mobile gadgets, and he likes to keep himself up-to-date with the latest releases in the field of smartphones, tablets, and so on. He has ten-year experience in writing content and reviewing tech products. For Meedios, James will cover news regarding mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and more.