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The Nokia 8.3 5G is Finally Coming to Kenya Will Be Available for Ksh 69,000

Nokia 5.3 5g kenya

HMD Global has finally announced that the Nokia 5.3 5G will be coming to Kenya. This phone was unveiled to a global audience back in March and is yet to ship to any customers in any country.

If you are in Kenya and have been waiting for this phone, you should expect to see it soon and it can be yours if you are willing to spend Ksh 69,000. Those who are among the first to buy it will also get the Nokia Power Earbuds for free.

The Nokia 5.3 support 5G connectivity but there has not been any 5G roll out in Kenya as of now. I do not know of any concrete plans to roll out the same before the end of the year so HMD may just want to have a device ready for when that happens. Since Nokia is in the network business, HMD probably knows something about 5G roll out that we don’t know.

Launching a 5G capable device is about future proofing its line-up and when that is available at a later day, those who buy it will not be required to buy any new phone to take advantage of that.

Nokia 8.3 5G specifications

  • 6.81-inch, 120Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G
  • 6/8GB RAM with 64/128GB storage
  • Android 10
  • Single / Dual SIM
  • 64MP rear camera, 12MP ultra-wide angle lens, 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensor
  • 24MP front-facing camera
  • Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
  • 4500mAh battery with 18W fast charging

Read: Five Things to Know About the Nokia 5.3


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