Among the smartphones launched by Nokia Mobile in March this year, Nokia 5.3 is the one that is most widely available, which is quite natural considering that it targets the sweet spot in the mid-range segment. Now, the device is on sale in three more countries, which are Ecuador, Tunisia, and the Republic of South Africa.
Nokia 5.3 comes equipped with a 6.55” HD+ screen protected by the Gorilla Glass 3, 64GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot up to 512GB, Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor, 4000mAh battery, an array of 13 MP f/1.8 + 2 MP depth sensor + 5 MP ultra-wide (118°) + 2 MP Macro (quad-camera) at the back, 8 MP at the front, and runs on Android 10 out of the box. You also get a dedicated Google Assistant button. It comes as a part of the Android One family, which assures the promise of 2 years of Android updates and 3 years of monthly security updates.
In Tunisia, both the 3GB and the 4GB RAM variants of Nokia 5.3 with dual SIM support are available. The 3GB RAM variant is carrier-unlocked and is available only in Cyan color through Jumia for 559 TND (€172, ₹ 15240, US$204). While the 4GB RAM variant is available in Charcoal and Cyan colors and is carrier-locked under Ooredoo via Mytek and under Orange via Tunisianet for 599 TND (€184, ₹ 16330, US$218).