H @Ishrat Parween and @petrus, that chin is probably necessary to house things like USB port, speakers, microphone, maybe even the display driver.
H @Ishrat Parween and @petrus, that chin is probably necessary to house things like USB port, speakers, microphone, maybe even the display driver. This phone contains a huge amount of internals as well - 4 cameras, huge battery and huge modem, so if there needs to be a chin to fit it all in then why not put a Nokia logo on it?
In addition, we can always count on ol' El Reg for funny take on things 😆
Only model name getting better spec missing from one to another. Any. One plz tell me Nokia 5.3 have a HDR10 display?
Good question @JAVA, no mention of HDR10 in the launch video.
Hopefully we will get a Q&A soon with someone from HMD and we can ask.
Nice , I Really Want To Know Which Camera Sensor Used in this phone
And Why This Phone Do Not Have Support of 3G
And Where is Copper Colour 😃
I like the new Nokia 8.3. There are some good sides, some not so. However, since 5G is still a future for where I am and there's no support for legacy 2G and 3G networks, I do not think it is a fit for Indian market at least. During my daily commute, the 4G coverage isn't stable all around. Often the phone needs to fallback to 3G or even 2G (Edge) network.
There should have been a 4G variant. I do not know what went wrong while making it. And given the price, there's now a "huge" gap between the 7.2 and the 8.3. The 8.3 nearly hits the price of the Nokia 9, which might not be what the Nokia 8.x series was supposed to be. Last year, we were told that the Plus series was being discontinued and hence the 8.1 was a successor to the 7 Plus.
Now I wonder why couldn't the 8.3 just feature the latest Snapdragon 8xx instead of the 7xx? All the extra price just for the 5G modem?!
I already know that chin is necessary i never asked to remove the chin i asked to remove the logo from front . It's 2020 and which brand do u see using branding at the front of the phone ? Even chin can be removed as apple showed with iphones like iphone X , iphone Xs but that technology is expensive and only works with Amoled displays . The chin is used to connect the display to the motherboard ( correct me if i am wrong) and the display of the smartphones like iPhone x bends inside and then connects to the motherboard
The 64mp camera sensor on the Nokia 8.3 is samsung gw1 or sony Imx 686 ?
I can assure that number cameras number never matter. Example pixel phones out there . Have geart clarity in images. Same time Nokia phones got same clarity by using only Google cameras. Nokia phones Like. A Jedi it have more power inside . Limited by hardware protected by software@madbilly @Ishrat Parween
Same thing I been wandering . @singhnsk Nokia pure view was launched at 50k now it have only 35 k people who buyied at first place now like fools. I am seeing camera competition all flags ships there is No Nokia even The first smartphones with 5 camera Just thrown out from club
Whilst you are right, price cuts after a period aren't unusual. They have always happened and happen with nearly all of the OEMs (well, maybe except for the new BBK brothers and sisters). And they need to happen because the product launched a year ago can't hold the same value today. Think of yourself, you wouldn't want to pay the same original price for the Nokia 9 in 2020.
HMD's investmenets into cameras appear to be limited to hardware alone. For a long time, they have more or less ignored the need for a more polished and evolving software experiences. And then their disinterest in updating the camera apps and features on existing phones just ruins the overall joy. You buy a phone today and expect that HMD's promise of updates will improve it over time, but all you get is just core OS updates. The camera app is essentially never touched after the device starts retailing.
Well what you have to say about Nokia 7 .2 and 6 .2 price then and Now?.Nokia really have to check updates before release. Only thing that kept me using Nokia phones I am 90s kid for me it an emotion.I don't want anyone to hurt that@HMDLauragive as a change to design A Nokia phones and we want to discuss it directly me and @singhnsk @madbilly @madbilly
Nokia has made the first flagship 5G phone in which there is a headphone jack. Great job, if I didn't have my 7.2 I would have bought this.
@singhnsk yeah, its price doesn't really belong to 8 series. Just for 5G upgrade with few features can't be expected to pay 100-150 dollers extra.
Apart from price everything is fine and really awesome in all aspects.
What is the refresh rate of display ?
When it is not specially marketed, take it as the standard 60Hz 😎
Actually that Gadgets To Use Guy Telling it has 120Hz 😃
Not their first time to be speaking anything. But okay, let's give a benefit of doubt and wait for somebody to test it out 😊
Now that's assuring
I think these devices are not a part of Android One Project. So I hope the issue regarding bugs would be solved this time. 🤔
Consider Pixel 3A. It was not the most affordable phone, wasn't the greatest or latest like the Oneplus, had a plastic body... It was quite popular (mostly outside India). Compared to Pixel 3A or upcoming 4A, Nokia 8.3 5G seems to be a better overall package.
That's going to leave a mark
They continue to be a part of the Android One project. So, nothing changes on that aspect.
Oh...I didn't see any branding on the phone...so I thought Nokia finally left Android One. 🤦🏽♂️
Phone we all have been waiting for! But the competitive pricing would be very effective, especially in Indian market. By the way, 64 MP primary sensor is Sony IMX686 or is it Samsung Isocell MW1?
As u itself mentioned pixel 3a wasn't very popular here in India here people prefer better overall package at a cheaper price. And even outside India it was popular among those who wanted flagship camera at a cheaper price.
If someone wants a overall better package then why anyone will chose nokia over OnePlus ?
For security yes choice Nokia
I like my Nokia 8 and have been waiting for a successor for it for a while now. I thought Nokia 8.3 would finally be it but it has left me disappointed. I would have liked to see a beautifully crafted phone with a clean and elegant design that was durable like my Nokia 8 has been thanks to it's aluminium body. Stop it with the glass back for it just gets fractured or covered with a protective casing.
On hardware side for me camera isn't everything (yet this is all that hmd seems to focus on) as long as it's at least decent. Rest of Nokia 8.3 specs seem fine if not a bit underwhelming in comparison to competition flagships (yes I know 8.3 ain't a flagship but at least Nokia 8 had some premium feel to it). 5G is a nice plus but since the deployment of it is still far from decent coverage in Helsinki, Finland, I can hardly justify paying extra for a 5G phone just yet.
Still I am looking forward to holding it in my hand when it becomes available and I will reserve my purchase decision until then.
Peace and love from Finland
P.s. maybe we could someday get to see something else than android on the smartphone market? And please make that Google search bar removable from home screen.
It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!