HMD Global has officially announced a new entry-level smartphone known as the Nokia 1.4 which will be succeeding last year’s Nokia 1.3. Besides a significant redesign to its rear panel, the Nokia 1.4 also comes with various upgrades to its camera and battery department.
Starting with the front, the new Nokia 1.4 features a 6.51-inches dewdrop-notch display which offers a decent HD+ screen resolution. Its accompanied by pretty slim bezels along its sides and a noticeable chin which carries the “Nokia” branding.
Over at the back, the Nokia 1.4 sports a circular camera island that comes with a dual-camera setup consisting of an 8 megapixels primary shooter as well as a 2 megapixels macro camera. Other than that, you can also find a fingerprint scanner sitting below the camera housing as well.
Just like its predecessor, the new Nokia 1.4 is powered by the same Snapdragon 215 chipset as well. This will be paired with 1GB RAM and 16GB onboard storage in the memory department.
To keep its lights on, the Nokia 1.4 is fueled by a respectable 4,000mAh battery which carries support for 5W wired charging. According to HMD Global, the device is capable of delivering 2 days of battery life as usual.
Some may be glad to know that the Nokia 1.4 also comes with the highly-coveted 3.5mm headphone jack. On the software-side, it boots on the Android 10 GO Edition which can be updated to Android 11 Go some day down the road.
For those who’re interested, the Nokia 1.4 is offered in three different colorways including Fjord, Charcoal and Dusk. The device will be priced at €99 (US$119) in the European markets.