Ever since HMD Global took over the Nokia brand, they seem to have been specialized in introducing entry level phones; phones that have generally been very useless like the Nokia 1 Plus. But the new entry level smartphone, the Nokia 1.4, appears to come with options that you and me can find useful.
The phone has the very low end 1.3GB RAM and a 16GB storage but there are the two other options that feature 2GB RAM and 32GB storage and a 3 GB RAM version and 64 GB storage. These phones will soon launch in Kenya.
Nokia 1.4’s new expanded HD+ screen comes into its own with video calling apps, helping families to stay connected amid the current climate, and showcases the Nokia Cable’s camera capabilities.
The dual camera setup coupled with Camera Go app by Google helps you take high quality photos at any time, even under low light conditions. Capture precious family moments with Portrait Mode that lets you achieve professional-looking photos with blurred backgrounds. The device helps you use Night Mode to take colour-rich and crisp low-light shots without the need for flash. Its helpful storage indicators will take away any worries about space so you can carry on snapping.
Nokia phones have a well-deserved reputation for being sturdy, durable devices and the Nokia 1.4 is no exception. Nokia 1.4 is an affordable phone which you can happily hand over to the children to borrow without worrying about the condition it will come back in.
Design-wise it is crafted to sit securely in any hand and contains a Qualcomm® chipset and fingerprint sensor.
Staying true to Nokia smartphone values, the device is ready for AndroidTM 11 (Go edition) and beyond. It offers a faster, more secure way of doing things with our unique Android promise and at least three years of security updates, you can rest assured your phone will stand the test of time on the inside as much as on the outside.
And there is no need to worry about battery life either. The Nokia 1.4 will keep you entertained and connected at the same time thanks to the improved two-day capacity of the phone’s impressive powerpack.
So, whether it’s long video calls, streaming or playing games, there’s more than enough power to keep the whole family occupied.