HMD Global announced the Nokia 5.3 smartphone into the Kenyan market in June. Nokia 5.3 comes in a beautifully designed body covered in polymer and is available in Cyan, Sand, Charcoal colors as well as a dedicated google assistant button. The smartphone can be purchased either from a general store, Safaricom or Jumia retailing from Ksh. 21,999.
Nokia 5.3 has the power you can trust. It stays with the power for 2 days, thanks to the 4000mAh2 battery Adaptive Battery which saves energy and AI-assisted for the apps you use the most. With all that power, you can say goodbye to battery anxiety for good.
Get lost in the big screen. The impressive 6.55” screen transports you into another world – whether you’re gaming or streaming. Plus, it’s a huge screen that still fits in your pocket. Win-win.
You don’t have to worry about too much light on your phone, Nokia 5.3 comes with the Low Blue Light mode. This means, blue light has the shortest wavelength, which means it produces a higher amount of energy. Nokia 5.3 has the option that allows you to change your lighting into Low Blue Light mode. You can easily entre this mode by following the below;
Enter Settings -> Display -> Night Light -> Turn on
The right camera for the right moment. See the world through a whole new perspective – or four – with the versatile quad camera. Get up close and personal with the macro lens or capture the entire scene with the ultra-wide 118° lens. Plus, the phone has smart tools to make your pics pop. Powerful AI imaging gives you the creative tools to get stunning shots. Lose the flash and still get that winning shot thanks to Night mode.
Consider getting yourself a Nokia 5.3. It is one of Nokia smartphones in Kenya that provides you with great battery life.