Nokia 8.3 5G: Mobile is Announced with Snapdragon 765G and 4 Cameras

This Thursday (19), the Nokia 8.3 5G was announced as an advanced intermediate category cell phone and specifications still unprecedented in the mobile market. The model is a kind of successor to the Nokia 8.1, from 2018, but with a totally new and refined look.

At the front, the notch will give way to a sensor positioned like a hole in the screen — similar to Motorola One Vision and Action. The forehead, chin and side edges will also gain smoother contours.

In the rear area, the cell phone will receive a curved glass coating and a gradient effect, in blue and green tones, to refer to the colors of the aurora borealis. The camera group will no longer be of the capsule type and will be regrouped within a circular frame. Check out the promotional video for the device:

Specifications

The Nokia 8.3 5G has yet to draw attention to its differentiated settings within the mid-range cell phone category. In this case, it will be equipped with Snapdragon 765G processor, 5G support, 6GB or 8GB RAM memory options, as well as 64GB or 128GB internal storage.

Its panel will feature PureDisplay technology, from Nokia, of 6.81” with FHD+ resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. In the camera section there will be a sensor for 24 MP selfies; while the rear will feature a quartet of 64MP (main), 12MP (ultra wide-angle), 2MP (depth) and 2MP (macro) ZEISS lenses.

The smartphone will also have some special features for video, such as: 4k recording, action camera mode, and cinematic editing — including unique effects like blue reflection or anamorphic styling.

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The Nokia 8.3 5G will have a 4,500 mAh battery, with support for 18W fast charging. It will still come standard with Android 10 One, the purest OS experience, with support for the next two updates. The security part will be reinforced with physical fingerprint button on the side of the device.

One of the biggest highlights of the cell phone is its 5G technology, which will offer the largest number of bands in the world. This system is capable of supporting from the lowest levels of 600 MHz to the highest ones, such as 3.8 GHz. This should give the device better adaptation to different mobile connection situations.

According to its manufacturer, HDM Global, the Nokia 8.3 5G will be released only in the summer of the northern hemisphere, starting at €599 (about R$ 3,261, in direct conversion). There is still no forecast for its launch on the international market, such as Brazil.

Read too: Nokia to sell cell phones again in Brazil

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