Nokia unveiled the new smartphone, Nokia 8.3 5G this week.

The smartphone features a 6.8-inch Puredisplay of Full HD+ resolution. It comes with an HDR panel with Adaptive display support. The Adaptive display support can adjust the contrast of the screen depending on the light available around the phone.

Nokia has gone for a full display screen with this one, and the front of the display has a punch-hole display on its upper left corner. It houses the front-facing camera of 24MP that comes with ZEISS optics.

The back of the smartphone houses a quad camera setup. The cameras too come with the ZEISS lens. The quad-camera setup consists of a 64MP main sensor and a 12MP ultrawide module designed with a focus on video recording and low-light performance. The other two modules consist of a depth sensor and a macro camera.

Nokia 8.3 5G runs on a Snapdragon 765G chipset with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and an integrated 5G modem. The storage comes in 65GB and 128GB which can be expanded via the microSD slot. It runs on Android 10 and guarantees 2 years of upgrades and 3 years of monthly security updates.

The phone is powered by a 4,500mAh battery that can be charged at up to 18W speeds.

Nokia 8.3 5G combines the power button and fingerprint sensor for fast, secure access of your phone, unlocking the phone in an instant.

Nokia 8.3 5G will be true to its roots, in the sense that the color design truthfully and creatively reflects the Nordic design, and comes in Polar Night color, which is inspired by the Northern Lights and is a strikingly beautiful representation of the same.

It will be available in summer starting at €599.

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