People acquainted with the Nokia 8.3 5G that launched in the United States earlier this autumn will recognize the Nokia 8 V 5G UW. This phone debuted on November 12th of last year. These two devices are essentially identical in every way. But, Nokia 8 V was only accessible via Verizon. Recently Novia 8 V 5G UW smartphone is available in Bangladesh at a much affordable price. Let’s see what it offers.
Key features of NOKIA 8V 5G UW
The Nokia 8 V 5G UW is not a small device. When compared to an iPhone 11 Max, the Nokia 8 V is substantially taller, measuring 6.8 x 3.1 x 0.35 inches. With a weight of 8.11 ounces, users are unlikely to forget they're carrying the new Nokia phone.
When they flip the gadget over, they'll discover a spherical camera array emerging from the polycarbonate rear. There are also other logos for greeting, ranging from a vertical Nokia to Verizon's 5G branding. Apart from the logos, it's a really sleek design, albeit the Meteor Gray exterior will show a lot of fingerprints.
A headphone jack is on the bottom of the phone, even after HMD Global overcomes the urge to follow other phone manufacturers and eliminate the connector.
On the left side of the phone, there is a Google Assistant button that summons the virtual assistant and does nothing else. It is an unnecessary item. The power button houses the phone's fingerprint sensor and is too sunken into the Nokia 8 V's frame to be readily found; it's also just underneath the volume toggle.
HMD chose a large form factor for the Nokia 8 V 5G UW in order to accommodate the phone's gigantic 6.81-inch FHD display. This display size provides an immersive experience regardless of whether users are playing games or watching videos. While rummaging through residences in PUBG Mobile, gamers might see details on firearms and other items that they have never noticed on smaller-display phones.
The Nokia 8 V 5G UW is equipped with an LCD screen, which has an effect on the colors shown by the smartphone. When it comes to brightness, the Nokia phone falls behind the competition. The Nokia 8 V is measured at 358 nits with adaptive brightness enabled.
The Nokia 8 V is equipped with a 64-megapixel primary camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera with a 120-degree field of view. Both the primary and ultrawide shooters include a Super Night mode for photographing in low light. The rear cameras are completed with a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor.
The Nokia 8 V performs well outdoors on a partly cloudy day, photographing some Star Wars-themed tiki cups. It catches details that are more difficult to see in the OnePlus Nord N10 shot, like the swirls in C3-PO's eyes and the curve at the top of the cup. For some reason, the backdrop blurs more than I'd like in the Nokia 8 V photo, but the main emphasis of the shot is on the mugs, as it should be.
The Nokia 8 V redeems itself with an ultrawide lens that captures a far broader field of vision than the Pixel 4a's equivalent camera.
Users will get a single 24MP front-facing camera capable of shooting high-quality photos throughout the day, which should come as no surprise considering the sensor's size. Portrait mode is accessible on both the front and rear cameras, which is an excellent feature given the device's price point.
Performance and Software
The Snapdragon 765G is the processing platform of choice for manufacturers of 5G phones, and the Nokia 8 V 5G UW is no exception. It's simple to see why – although the Snapdragon 765G isn't Qualcomm's most powerful processor, it's capable of handling the vast majority of tasks that smartphone users throw at it and has an integrated X52 modem. Additionally, it is less costly than the Snapdragon 865 used in top Android flagships, allowing phone manufacturers to keep prices down.
As a consequence, the Nokia 8 5G UW and its Snapdragon 765G CPU provide benchmarking results that are rather comparable with other phones equipped with the same chipset. The most processor-intensive applications are unlikely to function as smoothly on the Nokia 8 V 5G UW, while there are no issues playing PUBG Mobile with the exception of the odd hiccup. Users can effortlessly move between applications and stream video to my heart's desire.
HMD Global boosts the RAM to 6GB to assist the Snapdragon 765G but leaves the storage at a measly 64GB. Users may expand the storage up to 1TB with a microSD card.
Battery and Charging
Our first 5G phone testing indicates that a 5G connection eats up and spits out the battery life of these phones, necessitating the use of large power packs to get the devices through the day. The Nokia 8 V 5G UW attempts to address this with a 4,500 mAh battery. However, it is insufficient.
The Nokia 8 V 5G battery lasted an average of 8 hours and 26 minutes in our battery test, which entails setting the phone's screen to 150 nits and then surfing the web via cellular until it runs out of juice. This is around 90 minutes shorter than the typical smartphone lasts on our test, and it is also much less than the performance of comparable 5G phones.
Price of NOKIA 8V 5G UW in Bangladesh
After the release of NOKIA 8V 5G UW, the device was not available in Bangladesh. Even a few days ago, the phone could be bought unofficially at BDT 60,000. Here the rate is converted from the official rate of the phone. Conversion rate USD 1 equals BDT 85.67.
Fortunately, the NOKIA 8V 5G UW is currently available at around BDT 20000. Not to mention, this news has shocked the Nokia fans!
The NOKIA 8V 5G UW is worth considering. It remains one of the smartphones on the market. It improves on flip phones significantly, with a bigger battery, a larger display, and a faster CPU. Nokia, including 18W charging, a USB-C port, and a 24MP front-facing camera, has made the phone a great pick. It is best suited for consumers searching for a truly budget-friendly phone with maximum functionality.