The Indian fans are eagerly waiting for the launch of the Nokia 5.3 in the Indian market, however, we still do not have any exact information about that. Nokia 5.3 was certified in India back in January but COVID-19 probably delayed its launch, though we expect it to arrive soon.
Now it seems that Nokia 5.3 is not the lone device that Nokia Mobile plans to launch in India. Recently, or to be apt, on June 30, 2020, the new Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 (2020) got certified by BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).
The dual SIM variant TA-1253 of Nokia 125 and the dual SIM variant TA-1235 of Nokia 150, have been registered for the Indian market. As the certificate reveals, both the devices will be, or are being manufactured by Rising Stars Mobile (Tamil Nadu), which is one of the four ODMs (Original Design Manufacturers) of Nokia phones in India.
Coming to the specifications of the devices, Nokia 150 has an edge over the Nokia 125. Nokia 150 features a VGA camera at the back, has a microSD card slot (up to 32 GB), comes with the support of Bluetooth 3.0, and features an MP3 player. Nokia 125 misses out on the above-mentioned features. However, the other features are the same on both of the phones.
They have the same dimensions (132 × 50.5 × 15 mm). Also, they run on the Series 30+ platform, backed by an MTK processor with 4 MB of RAM and 4 MB of internal memory as well. The 1020mAh battery, which charges via micro USB 2.0 port, has enough power to support the devices for 23.4 days on standby mode and for talk time of 19.4 hours.
The devices also feature a 2.4” QVGA screen, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and a wireless FM radio receiver. They support only 2G connectivity and come with slots for two mini-SIM cards. To keep you away from boredom, the devices come pre-loaded with the classic Snake Xenzia and some other games.
There is no doubt that the feature phones are always in demand in the Indian market, but the soon launch of Nokia 5.3 would also be appreciated by the ones who have longed for a while now.
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