Entry-Level 4G Smartphone Nokia 1.4 Will Be Launched Soon

Entry-level 4G smartphone Nokia 1.4 will be launched soon, price and specifications leaked. HMD Global launched Nokia 1.3, a smartphone-based on Android Go OS, in the market last year.

At the same time, the company is preparing to launch its upgraded variant Nokia 1.4. According to Leaks, this will be the first smartphone of the company’s 1 series in which a fingerprint sensor will be used.

In this entry-level smartphone, users will get many special features like HD + display, dual rear camera setup, and 4000mAh battery capacity.

Nokia 1.4   Expected Price:

According to the report by Mysmartprice, Nokia 1.4 will be the entry-level smartphone of the company and it will be launched in the market around the price of € 100 i.e. around 8,830 rupees. However, the company has not yet officially revealed its launch date or features.

But through leaks, its price and specifications have been revealed. Possible specifications of Nokia 1.4 According to the leaks revealed about Nokia 1.4, users will get a 6.5-inch HD Plus LCD display in this smartphone. In this, a waterdrop notch can be given for the selfie camera.

According to Leaks, the company’s upcoming entry-level smartphone will have 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. In addition, a microSD card slot will also be given in it, with the help of which users can store up to 128 GB of expandable data.

Nokia 1.4 will be based on Android 10 OS and will be offered on a 1.3 quad-core processor. Apart from this, an LED flash dual rear camera setup will be available on the phone for photography. The primary sensor of the phone will be 8MP, while the secondary sensor of 2MP will be given in it.

At the same time, a 5MP front camera will be available for video calling and selfie facilities. For power backup in the phone, users will get a 4,000mAh battery. Also, Micro USB 2.0 port will also be available in it.

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