HMD Global’s latest flagship is supposed to be uphold their show stopper smartphone camera reputation and it actually does so, with its new cinematic mode . The camera output indoors is by far the best that I’ve reviewed on this channel. I compared it side by side the GCAM shot (see a few of them in the screenshots below).
Nokia 8.3 5G weirdly spots a fairly powerful midrange chipset (Snapdragon 765G) and honestly, in my day to day use, I don’t have a lot of complaints about this chip other than the fact that it’s just not as snappy as a flagship chipset and can’t play PUBG on Ultra HD setting. As at the time of publishing this review, Android 11 update has not been pushed. Be sure to get to the end of this video for my conclusion to know why you should not buy the Nokia 8.3 5G just yet. Unfortunately, I could not test the 5G speed on this phone because 5G is not yet commercially available in Nigeria.