Nokia’s latest Android phone costs 1/12 the price of the Galaxy S21 Ultra

by Jeremy

Today, Finnish smartphone brand HMD Global announced the Nokia 1.4, a follow-up to last year’s Nokia 1.3. Just like its predecessor, the Nokia 1.4 is an Android Go smartphone.

The new Nokia 1.4 sports a 6.51-inch HD+ screen with a waterdrop notch, housing a 5MP selfie camera. While the display is much larger, the phone runs on the same 28nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 215 quad-core chipset as the Nokia 1.3. HMD Global has paired the chip with up to 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

The entry-level phone offers a dual-camera setup on the back with an 8MP primary sensor and a 2MP macro lens in the camera department. It uses Google’s Camera Go app, which means users will access features such as portrait and night modes. The phone also includes a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, a 4000mAh battery, an FM radio, and a dedicated Google Assistant button. While the phone will ship with Android 10 Go Edition out of the box, HMD Global says it is “ready for Android 11 Go Edition and beyond.” The Nokia 1.4 will be available globally starting today in Fjord, Charcoal, and Dusk color options. In Europe, the phone has been priced at €99 for the base 1GB/16GB version.

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