The phone (Nokia 5.3) belongs to the category of mid-spec phones with the raw Android 10 experience, while the phone (Nokia 1.3) belongs to the category of low-spec phones, and it works with the operating system (Android Go).
(Nokia 5.3) Nokia 5.3:
The Nokia 5.3 offers a 6.55-inch IPS screen with HD + resolution, and it also provides 3GB, 5GB, or 6GB RAM. The internal storage is 64 GB with the ability to expand via external microSD cards.
On the back of the phone, there are 4 rear cameras in a circular system, the main comes from 13-megapixel camera with f / 1.8 lens slot, the second with 5-megapixel for ultra-wide imaging, the third with 2-megapixel for depth imaging, and the fourth with 2-megapixel for imaging near objects. The front camera is 8 MP with f / 2.0 lens slot.
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The Nokia 5.3 has a 4,000 mAh battery with 10 watts of charge. HMD says the phone battery may last for two days. And because the phone belongs to the (Android One) program, it will get major Android updates for two years, and famous security updates for 3 years.
HMD plans to launch the phone in three colors: blue, black and sandy. It will be available on the market starting next April with a starting price of 189 euros.
(Nokia 1.3) Nokia 1.3:
Nokia 1.3 offers a 5.71-inch IPS screen with HD + resolution. It also provides 1GB RAM and 16GB internal storage with the ability to expand via external microSD cards.
On the back of the phone, there is one 8-megapixel rear camera, and the phone is the first to support the new camera application from Google (Go Go) taking advantage of artificial intelligence technologies. The front camera is 5 megapixels.
It contains (Nokia 1.3) a 3,000 mAh battery that charges 5 watts via the micro USB port. The phone works with the system (Android 10 Go).
HMD plans to launch the Nokia 1.3 as of next April, starting at 95 euros.