Truth be told, the Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 5.4 were definitely separated at birth. In fact, they are so physically similar that you can even interchange between the silicon case provided in the both with no issues, minus a blocked LED flash light on the 5.4.
So since the hardware is so similar, why would you choose to buy one over the other? Is it worth spending the extra dough and getting the more expensive 5.4? This is what this video is trying to answer.
Display size and resolution (HD+ LCD)
Battery capacity (4000 mAh)
WiFi Adapter (No 5Ghz WiFi support)
Single firing bottom speaker
GPU (Adreno 610)
Android 10 out of the box (Android One)
5mp ultra-wide camera + 2mp depth sensor
Differences: (5.4 vs 3.4)
CPU (SD662 vs SD460)
Main camera (48MP vs 13MP)
Selfie Camera (16MP vs 8MP)
2MP macro camera only on 5.4
Performance (Notable benchmark improvement + smoothness and slight speed advantage on 5.4)
Gaming performance (advantage for 5.4 in benchmarks and day usability)
Internal memory RAM and storage (4/64GB base vs 3/32GB base)
Cinema mode only on 5.4
OZO Audio only on 5.4
1080p/60fps vs 1080p/30fps
Video stabilization on 1080p/30fps only on 5.4
Now I will leave it up to you. Which one would you choose? Would you rather save some money and get the 3.4, or spend the extra money on the 5.4 for its advantages? Let us know in the comments down below.