Nokia 1.3 was released in Europe on the 6th of April with a starting price of 109EUR. It is available in black, light brown and blue. The new smartphone comprises a series of limited hardware capabilities, which makes it slightly unfit for some of the users.
Nokia 1.3 Features
Offering a budget-friendly etiquette, Nokia 1.3 presents a simple design with accessible accessories such as a 3.5mm headphone jack. In addition to this, the removable back case facilitates the access of users to the battery, which makes it easy to charge the device.
Moreover, the device comes with a specially designed MicroSD slot and two slim slots for SIM cards, the users being able to access them without taking the back case off.
The Display and Other Details
The display offers a 5.7-inch screen with LCD and a resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels. The brightness level of 400 nits makes the content displayed on the screen easy to read while positioned in direct sunlight, even though the timing to register the change in brightness is slow.
On the left side of the phone, Google Assitant is located, enabling users’ access to questions, and many applications through voice control.
Nokia 1.3 is powered by Android 10 Go, which is a specially designed operating system for Androids that run on low RAM memory. Android 10 Go offers access to applications that are data-efficient, such as Google Go, Maps Go, and even Gallery Go.
The Nokia 1.3 Specs
In addition to this, Nokia 1.3 presents the Snapdragon 215 processor, which is the weakest of the Qualcomm processors. The acoustic performance is of an average level, both the loudspeaker and the hands-free speaker are of satisfactory level.
The backside camera of the Nokia 1.3 has 8MP and a light flash, while the selfie camera is 5MP, having a sensor that increases the brightness. Furthermore, it comes with a battery life of 3000 mAh battery, which would prove a great asset given the small capabilities of its processor.
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