Nokia 8.3 5G Review

Nokia 8.3 5G Review
Nokia 8.3 5G Review
Nokia 8.3 5G Review
Nokia 8.3 5G Review

With Nokia 8.3 5G Review from WORLDFAVE there are so many reasons to look for the Nokia 8.3 5G as the next smartphone, combine its Android One software experience with a solid design and capable camera, and you’ve got a nice device that will last for a few more years.

Every day, our feeds are flooded with the brightest, fastest and best new smartphones on the market. Most smartphones come with a price tag that can easily go up to $1,300, so we know they have a spare money for this advertising budget. But you know what? Sometimes you have to dig deeper to find more valuable gems, and that’s what we found in the new Nokia 8.3 5G.
Of course, Nokia recalls good memories of a simpler time when smartphones had terrible jackets and old men bought those ugly belts with knife sleeves and the Nokia 3310. But we’ve been reviewing the latest Nokia variants for years, it’s never really lost value for money.
The Nokia 8.3 is the company’s first commercial 5G device, which is not surprisingly making it one of the most affordable 5G devices in the world today. But given that the 5G is excessively exaggerated, that’s not why you want to put this one in your belt … or not.

For Bond, it’s good enough …

Nokia 8.3 5G Review

The only real marketing around this device was Nokia’s partnership with the new James Bond movie called “No Time to Die.” And we’re ready to say that if it’s good enough for Bond, it’s good enough for us too.
With your face up, you will not be able to distinguish it from other black plates currently on the market. However, look carefully and you will see that the Nokia insignia are proudly placed on the lower chin. This makes the chin larger than we would like, but at this price we will be proud to stay ahead of the Nokia logo.

What’s more, it features a large 6.8-inch IPS LCD display (with only 82% screen-to-body ratio). Considering this to be a mid-level rank, we found that we could easily live with an LCD, but OLED would have been perfect. Bleeding can be clearly seen on the edges of the frames and around the left side of the camera – something LCD is famous for.
Swipe it on your back and you’ll be greeted by a deep turquoise back panel that beautifully captures light, and a round camera module at the top. Unfortunately, you won’t get much time to enjoy this gleaming back panel after you snap the cover attached to it. But do it anyway for the longevity of your smartphone.
On the side you’ll find a fingerprint sensor (yes, it’s not on the screen or mounted on the back) that acts as a power / unlock button, as well as a volume key and a dedicated Google Assistant button on the left.


Nokia 8.3 5G Review

Nokia smartphones are closest to Google’s vanilla Android experience without belonging to Pixel. It’s part of the Android One family, which means you get Android updates very quickly and rely heavily on Google’s mobile services.
That’s not a bad thing … unless you want to be tightly integrated into the Google ecosystem. Nokia devices use Google apps as standard and don’t even store their service apps for messaging, email, and gallery. As a result, much attention is paid to the ability of Google Assistant to help you navigate your daily routine.
That means everything works beautifully. Although the Nokia 8.3 5G is not a state-of-the-art specification, Google’s software enhancements provide a smooth and enjoyable experience when launching apps and running core processes. Powered by the amazing Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G mobile platform, our review unit boasts 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
One of our favorite features on this device (and all the other Nokia bugs) is its dual-SIM capability. You can easily run your main network SIM card along with Rain SIM data without a mobile router, and it’s just fantastic.

Not just spec-ops

Nokia has been working with Zeiss for a long time – and Zeiss is known for its excellent lens quality. But remember, it’s a mid-range ranger, so you don’t get cream in terms of camera flexibility.

Nokia 8.3 5G Review

In this round camera module mentioned above you will find four camera sensors. First, there is the large 64 MP f / 1.9 wide sensor, then the 12 MP, ultraviolet, 2 MP macro option and 2 MP depth sensor. It’s not a terrible lineup, and in our experience you don’t
more is essential for normal everyday photography. But in terms of image quality, there are definitely some drawbacks in some scenarios.
Just … don’t zoom out if you can help. As the camera tries to overcompensate, you will shoot with comic book lines around the subject. The best method here is to stick to small zooms or just avoid zooming at all.
The shutter is quite fast, so for the most part you should get sharp images of a moving subject. We simply adhered to the “multiple shots” rule to make sure at least one of the shots was sharp. In well-lit scenarios, the images look amazing, with a slight overload (something we see on most Asian smartphones), which is extremely welcome.
What surprised us is its performance in low light. This is something that many middle-class people are struggling with – just because their sensors are too small to turn low light into something useful. Of course, the images come up with a slight noise and loss of detail, but the images still look pretty well lit.

Nokia 8.3 5G Final Judgment

From review of Nokia 8.3 5G there are so many reasons to look for the Nokia 8.3 5G as the next smartphone. Combine its Android One software experience with a solid design and capable camera, and you’ve got a nice device that will last for a few more years. .

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