The new affordable Nokia 5.4 Snapdragon 662 powered , quad cameras and a 4,000 mAh battery. For its 16MP selfie cam, the Nokia 5.4 has a 6.39-inch IPS LCD with HD+ resolution and a punch-hole cutout. You’d be forgiven for assuming that little has changed, but when compared to its predecessor, there are a few key differences.
The mid-ranger is scheduled to launch at €189 (~$229) in Europe later this month. Three models, namely a 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant, a 4GB/128GB version, and a 6GB/64GB model, will be available.
HMD Global may also be releasing the phone in India and other regions, but there is no availability information for these areas yet.
For the 48MP primary camera, which sits next to a 5MP ultrawide snapper and two 2MP sensors for macro shots and depth data, the back has a circular cutout. Below the the camera sensors, there is a capacitive fingerprint scanner.
The show is run by a Snapdragon 662, pitting this phone when it comes to performance against the Poco M3 and Moto G9 Power. It’s a slightly updated previous generation version of the SD665, so we can expect it to do a good job again. It may well be a little more power-efficient, too. The same 4,000 mAh battery is on board, but it will not charge especially fast (10W).
The Nokia 5.4 is “ready” for Android 11, HMD Global mentions, suggesting that it will launch with Android 10. The phone will get the company’s security updates for three years, though.