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The Nokia 8.3 is the first 5G phone in the Nokia brand and offers a large 6.81" IPS LCD display with a quad camera on the rear and a 24MP selfie camera.
There are two storage options available when you compare Nokia 8.3 deals: 64GB or 128GB. Only one colour choice of Polar Night is available.
In an unusual step, the fingerprint sensor for the Nokia 8.3 is on the power button on the side of the phone. There is also a dedicated Google Assistant button on the left edge of the device.
|Pixel resolution||1080 x 2400 at 386 ppi|
|Chip||Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G|
|Resistance||IP52 for protection from dust and water spray|
|Operating system||Android 10|
|Camera||Rear: 64MP, 12MP, 2 x 2MP
|Video recording||4K video recording at up to 60 fps, 1080p recording at up to 240 fps, 720p recording at 960 fps|
The camera on the Nokia 8.3 is a quad camera: 64MP wide lens (1.9 aperture), 12MP ultrawide lens (2.2 aperture), a 2MP depth lens and a 2MP macro lens.
This camera can shoot video in up to 4K quality at 30 fps or 60 fps. It can also record video in 1080p quality at 30 fps or 240 fps. 720p video can be recorded at 960 fps.
On the front of the phone there is a single 24MP wide camera with an aperture of 2.0. This camera can shoot video in 1080p quality at 30 fps.
The Nokia 8.3 has a 6.81-inch Full HD+ screen with a 60Hz refresh rate. If we compare Nokia 8.3 mobile phone deals to other devices, this refresh rate is comparatively low, but it does mean the screen refreshes 60 times per second to enhance brightness.
This device has an IPS display panel. While this is a step down from the OLED displays seen on other devices, it is suitable for handsets in this price range.
At the top left of the display, there is an unobtrusive punch-hole for the selfie camera.
There are two storage options available for the Nokia 8.3: 64GB and 128GB. These options don't match the higher storage choices seen with more expensive devices, but the 128GB option should be sufficient for heavier users.
If a user wants to expand the 64GB or 128GB capacity, there is a microSD card slot. This allows users to increase the storage capacity of the phone, but any extra costs for a microSD card should be factored into the upfront handset costs of the Nokia 8.3.
The Nokia 8.3 is a large phone with a 6.81-inch display. It has Gorilla Glass to protect the device, although the handset is only rated IP52 and is not fully waterproof or water resistant.
Unusually, the fingerprint sensor on the Nokia 8.3 is on the power button. This allows users to open the phone with a single press.
A dedicated Google Assistant button can be found on the left edge of the Nokia 8.3. This is used to help Google Assistant launch apps without the need for accessing the screen. This feature is sensitive to touch, but it can be turned off in the settings. However, if it is turned off, the button itself cannot be reprogrammed, so it cannot be used for anything else.
For its price, the Nokia 8.3 has a good battery which should last most users a full day from a full charge. There are no options for wireless charging or reverse charging from this device. Customers looking for that functionality should compare Nokia 8.3 mobile phone deals with more premium devices to see the differences in price.
Yes, the Nokia 8.3 is the first Nokia 5G handset. Customers looking for 5G tariffs should compare Nokia 8.3 deals from different UK mobile networks using the comparison tables above and check whether there are extra costs for taking 5G services.
Yes, the Nokia 8.3 is one of the few devices to include a 3.5mm headphone jack. For users who still like to plug in headphones rather than connecting via Bluetooth, this may be a major selling point.
The Nokia 8.3 has a resistance rating of IP52. This means it is protected from limited water spray, but it should not be considered a waterproof phone.