A new affordable smartphone handset from Nokia is being launched in the UK this week. The new Nokia 1.3 is packed full of modern technology and is equipped with the latest Android 10 Go Edition operating system, all for under £80.
Availability of the new Nokia 1.3 was announced earlier this week and will be purchasable from a selection of retailers including Amazon UK and Carphone Warehouse priced at just £79.99. The Nokia 1.3 is one of the first smartphones to be equipped with Camera Go, Gallery Go as well as low-light AI image fusion technology.
Nokia 1.3 features a bright edge-to-edge 5.71” display to deliver a visual experience that lets users see everything even in bright conditions, due to its 400 nits peak brightness levels. AI-powered low light image fusion technology combined with the Nokia 1.3’s 8MP with auto focus camera takes great pictures in poor lighting conditions and a 5MP front-facing camera with brightness boost makes taking perfect selfies a breeze.
All-day battery life and fast performance are provided by a combination of an optimised Qualcomm 215 Mobile platform and a generous 3000mAh battery. The Camera Go feature made by Google allows users to take high-quality snaps quickly, without having to worry about storage space by intelligently tracking space and helping you clear unwanted items in storage, so that you never miss an important shot.
It’s not all about function though, the Nokia 1.3 is also a very stylish looking budget handset. It features the hallmarks of Nordic design with sleek front glass and an elegant 3D nano-patterned rear cover with a durable casing providing a finish that is pleasing to the eye as well as being solid.
The Nokia 1.3 is available in three different colours, Cyan, Sand and Charcoal and can be purchased in the UK now from Amazon, priced a just £79.99.
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KitGuru says: We have seen plenty of new budget Android handsets launched recently, all with their own interesting new features. Is there anything about the Nokia 1.3 that stands out to you that would make you buy one?