Nokia 5.3 real image appears online with a round quad-rear camera design

Finnish manufacturer, Nokia, is currently working on its latest budget smartphone, Nokia 5.2. In recent times, we have seen a lot of leaks and speculations regarding this device. Last month, we saw some live images of the device showcasing waterdrop notch, wide earpiece and circular rear camera module. The leak also reveals that the device comes with the “Captain America” codename. Now, we have another set of real images of this smartphone.

Nokia 5.3

As we can see from the images, the Nokia 5.3 uses a quad-rear camera setup with a circular device. The source also claims that the Nokia 5.3 will come with the Snapdragon 665 SoC and will use a 2MP camera for macro and portrait shooting. In addition, the phone will not use the glass back. It will be available in “sand”, charcoal and cyan colors. Obviously, this smartphone will use a rear fingerprint sensor as we can see from the images. 

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HMD will hold a press conference on March 19 and we believe that the company may release the Nokia 5.3. Although the company has not officially disclosed any information about this device, there are rumors that the machine will use a 6.55 inches 18.5: 9 Display. In addition, it will come with 6GB of RAM, 64GB storage and a 4000 mAh battery. It has an 8MP selfie camera as well as four rear cameras – 16MP + 5MP +2MP + 2MP.

According to recent reports, Nokia 5.2 smartphone will actually come with the Nokia 5.3 moniker. The device will come with the model number TA-1234. We heard of this model way back in November last year. As of now, HMD Global has not confirmed the existence of the alleged Nokia 5.3 smartphone. Nokia was supposed to unveil some devices at MWC 2020 which got canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company is now hosting an event on March 19 to launch its first-ever 5G smartphone. What do you think about this budget device? Let us know in the comment below

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