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Nokia 1.4. Good specifications and economical price


HMD Global, the owner of the Nokia brand, continues to compete in the budget-budget smartphone market strongly, announcing last Wednesday the Nokia 1.4, which can be considered one of the cheapest smartphones on the market, comes at a time when many households are facing a complex economic situation due to the Coronavirus pandemic, according to the company's chief product officer, with the phone coming at a starting price of just $120.

But what does the phone offer you for this price?

1- New design and large screen:



Based on the previous Nokia 1.3, the new budget Nokia 1.4 comes with a powerful new shock-bearing design and a convenient size that allows you to use it with one hand despite the big screen.

The phone also has a dual-camera at the back, running a two-day battery at a single charge, allowing you to make long video calls, or play without worrying about the battery charging expired.

The phone comes with a 6.51-inch IPS LCD that extends from edge to edge at 1360×720 pixels, approximately one inch larger than the previous model's screen.

In addition, the company abandoned face recognition support to unlock the phone, instead offering a fingerprint sensor at the back of the phone, which would certainly be a practical solution with everyone's commitment to wearing a face mask to reduce the Corona epidemic.
2- Performance appropriate for daily tasks:

The Nokia 1.4 is powered by a 1.3GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 215 processor, with three 1, 2, or 3GB RAM options, two 16 GB or 64GB of storage internal storage options, and can be expanded up to 128GB using microSD external memory cards.

So your phone will be a good choice for everyday tasks, such as browsing, sending emails, taking photos, and making video calls, but you can't use it to play professional games.

3- Powerful features of the camera:

The Nokia 1.4 comes with a dual rear camera, basic: 8 MP, while the secondary macro lens is 2MP. It also features a 5MP single front camera.

The phone lets you take great photos thanks to Google's previously installed Camera Go app, which relies on Google's processing algorithms to upgrade the basic camera with features such as: Night Mode, Portrait Mode, and many other powerful features.

4- Battery and operating system:

The Nokia 1.4 has a 4,000 mAh battery, and the company says the phone can work for two full days on a single charge, which is impressive compared to most modern smartphones.

The Nokia 1.4 is also running Android 10 and is ready to upgrade to Android 11 soon, and beyond.

The phone also has two nano-SIM slots and supports 4G (LTE Cat 4), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, 3.5mm headphone port, and a custom button for Google Smart Assistant.

The company plans to launch Nokia 1.4 in the Arab region in March, in three colors: bright blue, black, and dark violet, starting at only $120.