It isn’t really a surprise that HMD Global has been flooding the smartphone market with a dizzying array of smartphones just like how Nokia did back in the old days. Also unsurprisingly, it hasn’t made all of those available in the Mzansi, where consumers are considered to often lean towards the entry and mid tiers.
That said, it has furtunately kept the floodgates open to its mid-range Nokia smartphones locally, like the new-ish Nokia 5.4. HMD might not be making a big deal out of it, though, considering it’s one of the many mid-range phones that fill up the market. Inside there’s the Snapdragon 662 with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The 6.39-inch screen also goes only as far as HD+ resolutions.
There are a few highlights that HMD Global likes to brag about, like the quad-camera system led by a 48MP sensor. And then there are HMD’s promised software updates for its phones.
The Nokia 5.4 is available locally in the Polar Night colour and will set you back R3 799.
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