At this year’s MWC Mobile Communications Conference, the HMD brought the latest Nokia 5 flagship. Regarding specs, it’s a low-end smartphone, inferior to Nokia 6. But looks like a new Nokia 5 (3GB RAM) version is also coming.
Nokia 5 uses a 5.2-inch 720P display. The heart of the flagship is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor coupled with 2 gigs of memory and 16GB storage. Meanwhile, the front shooter is 8MP and the rear camera is 13MP. Moreover, 3000mAh battery powers the flagship.
Today, after completing 6 months, HMD brings a new version of Nokia 5. Today Indian e-commerce website ‘Flipkart’ posted Nokia 5 (3GB RAM) version. This new version simply has 1GB increased RAM. Meanwhile, the other specifications remain unchanged. The best part is that the price is 13,499 Indian rupees, or about 1,400 yuan (189 Euros). This is already INR 1,800 (around $27) down of the original price.
Right now, Nokia 5 (3GB version) is on the shelf but not available to buy right now. It’s showing ‘Coming Soon’ status on Flipkart. HMD says the Flipkart-exclusivity ends November 14, when some other retail outlets will also start selling the new variant.
Indeed, there will be a little bit increase in performance and multitasking. For those who are planning to buy one, we guess you to wait for a while to buy the better 3GB version.