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Technology. mobile. Nokia 8.3 5G and Nokia 3.4 coming to Australia in October

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Marin | 27/09/2020 | Phones |

Nokia 8.3 5G might be a bit late to the market but that doesn’t mean you should not be checking it out. It is coming with a nice large 6.81-inch screen, Snapdragon 765 5G processor built in a 7nm process, 6/64 GB or 8/128 GB memory arrangement, 64MP main and 24 MP selfie camera, and 4500 mAh battery, which sounds like a good purchase. The affordable flagship of Nokia Mobile is already available in preorders in Australia. JB Hi-Fi is pricing it at $899, but you also get a free Nokia Power Earbuds Lite that usually retails at $99. The Nokia 8.3 5G will also be available to pre-order from Amazon Australia on 1st October, and the device will be available in-store through retailers such as JB Hi-Fi, Amazon Australia, and Harvey Norman from October 15th.
Nokia Mobile also announced the Nokia 3.4 in Australia, which is bringing a large 6.4-inch hole-punch display, Snapdragon 460 chipset, 3/32GB, and 4/64 GM memory arrangement, 13MP main camera, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi, USB-C charger, and 4000mAh battery to eventual buyers. The price and the launch date of this affordable smartphone in Australia are not yet known. All interested in Nokia 3.4 could expect it in October.
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