HMD Global has launched two new smartphones - Nokia 5.3 and Nokia C3 - in the Indian market today. Along with these, it has also launched the Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 feature phones.
The Nokia 5.3 is built around a composite back panel at the back and a 6.55-inch HD+ IPS LCD display at the front, which houses an 8MP selfie shooter inside a waterdrop notch. It comes powered by the Snapdragon 665 chipset coupled with 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64GB in-built storage, expandable via microSD.
The Nokia 5.3 features a 4,000 mAh battery that can be topped up with 10W charging via USB-C. On the optics front, it comes with a triple camera setup at the back, comprising a 13MP primary shooter, a 5MP ultrawide snapper, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. Moreover, as is a norm with Nokia smartphones, the 5.3 also gets Android One overlay on top of Android 10.
The base 4GB+64GB trim of the Nokia 5.3 will set you back by ₹13,999, while the higher-spec 6GB+64GB will set you back by ₹15,499. It will be available in three colours – cyan, sand, and charcoal – starting September 1, exclusively on Amazon India.
The Nokia C3 packs a 5.99-inch HD+ LCD display with fairly large bezels both on the top as well as the bottom. It boasts a single camera setup at the rear, which consists of an 8MP shooter along with an LED flash. At the front, the C3 gets a 5MP selfie shooter.
Under the hood of the Nokia C3 is a Unisoc SC9863 SoC paired with 2 or 3GB RAM and 16/32GB expandable storage. Moreover, the smartphone comes powered by a 3,040 mAh battery, which, sadly, charges over micro-USB. Lastly, it comes with stock Android 10.
As for the pricing, the Nokia C3 starts at ₹7,499 for the base 2GB+16GB variant going all the way up to ₹8,999 for the 3GB+32GB variant. It will be available for pre-booking starting September 1, with the first sale slated for September 17. You can grab the Nokia C3 in two colours - cyan and sand.
Unlike the Nokia 5.3 and C3, the 125 and 150 are feature phones. Therefore, both the phones come with 2.4” QVGA screens, accompanied by physical buttons. As is a norm with feature phones, both the Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 feature simple and clean polycarbonate designs along with long-lasting battery life.
Both the smartphones are very identical to one another. They also run on the same Series 30+ platform. On the connectivity front, both feature dual SIM support, 3.5mm headphone jacks, Bluetooth, and FM radio receivers.
As far as pricing is concerned, the Nokia 150 will retail for ₹2,299, while the Nokia 125 is slightly more affordable at ₹1,999. You can pick either on leading e-commerce platforms and offline stores starting today.