“The only device you’ll ever need” – that was the slogan for the Nokia 8.3 when the company announced it a few weeks ago. The price of the new smartphone is fixed in the middle range and sacrifices some high-end functions in order to achieve the 470 euro price-performance ratio.
It’s Nokia’s first step into the world of 5G phones, and as a first step, it’s a solid move. The eye-catching phone has a 6.8-inch display, a 64-megapixel main camera and a fingerprint sensor integrated in the power button. The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chip and has 6 GB of RAM and software updates guaranteed for two years. The Nokia phones also come with Android One, which is a pure form of Android that prevents the bloat.
How the Nokia 8.3 will perform in today’s smartphone market is unclear. The company has been offering solid Android phones at a reasonable price for a number of years. The 8.3 is no exception.
The camera is a bit mixed up. Even though it has a quad camera, the results aren’t quite as impressive as I imagined. The main camera is 64 megapixels, but to access this resolution you’ll need to switch to Pro mode. By default, the camera takes 16 megapixel photos, which is more than enough for anyone.
The standard photos are fine, with some good detail and colors, but the night mode, for example, isn’t quite as good as the Pixel’s night vision device, for example.
You can shoot 4K video at 24 frames per second, which should please aspiring filmmakers. The phone has some interesting cinema filters that you can use to add lens flares or other effects to your video.
There are some victims. For example, there is no wireless charging, which is nice to have but not essential. But what can really hinder this phone is its timing. After Nokia postponed its launch to coincide with the delayed Bond film, Nokia now faces a busy time for the smartphone launch. It’s a crowded market with the Samsung S20FE, Google Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5, plus a potentially cheaper iPhone that can keep up in this mid-range segment. To top it off, No Time to Die has been postponed until next year. nokia.com
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