The Nokia 5.3 is built around a 6.55-inch HD+ IPS LCD with a waterdrop notch for its 8MP selfie cam. Around the back, we have a 13MP primary shooter alongside a 5MP ultrawide snapper and two 2MP modules – one for macro shots and one for depth sensing. The phone runs on the Snapdragon 665 platform with 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64GB storage which is expandable via microSD.
The battery comes in at 4,000 mAh and charges over USB-C at 10W. The software front is covered by Android 10 with the Android One overlay.
The Nokia 5.3 starts at INR 13,999 for the 4/64GB model while the 6/64GB trim will go for INR 15,499. It will be available as an online exclusive through Amazon and Nokia online from September 1.
The Nokia C3 comes with a 5.99-inch HD+ LCD and sizeable bezels all around. It runs on the Unisoc SC9863 SoC paired with 2 or 3GB RAM and 16/32GB expandable storage. There’s a single 8MP camera on the back while the front packs a 5MP selfie shooter.
We also have a 3,040 mAh battery which charges over microUSB. Other notable features include FM radio, a headphone jack and a programmable Xpress Key for launching apps or the Google Assistant. The software front is covered by Android 10.
The Nokia C3 starts at INR 7,499 for the 2/16GB version and there’s also a 3/32GB variant for INR 8,999. It will be available both offline through local retailers and online through Nokia’s online store.
Nokia 125 and Nokia 150
In addition, HMD brought over two feature phones with the Nokia 125 and Nokia 150. They feature 2.4” QVGA screens, simple clean polycarbonate designs and promise long-lasting battery life. The two have identical footprints and run on the Series 30+ platform. They come with dual SIM support, 3.5mm headphone jacks, Bluetooth and FM radio receivers.
Nokia 125 will retail for INR 1,999 while the Nokia 150 will sell for INR 2,299. They will be available both offline and online starting today.