Nokia 1.4 is the latest low-end smartphone that joins the Android Go devices family of HMD Global. The Nokia 1.4 comes as the successor to the Nokia 1.3, which was launched in select markets last year. The Nokia 1.4 will offer the pure Android experience that is rid of unnecessary and uncomfortable apps, taking cues from the predecessor. HMD is one of the brands that prioritize Android experience above everything else, which is also why the Nokia 1.4 is not attempting to win battles over competitors in the specification war.
The Nokia 1.4 is an entry-level handset and the same concept is expressed by its innards. The mobile uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 215 octa-core processor coupled with RAM options of 1 GB, 2 GB, and 3 GB. You have 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB options for storage, with microSD card support of up to 128GB in case you need more storage. With a 21:9 aspect ratio, the Nokia 1.4 has a 6.5-inch HD+ display. On the top and the sides, there are thick margins. The system runs Android 10 (Go edition) but can be upgraded to Android 11.
The Nokia 1.4 has an 8MP auto-focus primary camera supplemented by a 2MP macro camera on the rear for selfies. The cameras, including the Nokia 3.4, Nokia 2.4, and others, are located within a circular module. The Nokia 1.4 has a 5MP camera for selfies that exists within the waterdrop-style notch on the end. The Nokia 1.4 uses an internal 4000mAh battery to hold the lights on, but the 5W is charged. In the retail pack, the battery is included. On the Nokia 1.4, there is a 3.5mm headphone socket, along with support for FM radio. The mobile also has Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, and LTE connectivity.
The cost of the Nokia 1.4 is EUR 99, which converts into around Rs 8,700. This price is marginally better than the rate of the forerunner. The Nokia 1.3 was introduced for EUR 955. (roughly Rs 8,500). It comes with the colors of the Fjord, Charcoal, and Sunset. The handset will have three memory versions, including one that operates in combination with Android Go with a 3 GB RAM version.HMD Global did not launch the Nokia 1.3 in India, but we might be in for a treat as far as the launch of Nokia 1.4 India is concerned, provided that HMD is talking about the global launch.