Nokia 5.3: features and prices

Nokia 5.3: features and prices

nokia 5.3 release

Recently, Nokia held an online event where it presented its new generation of mobile phones, consisting of the Nokia 8.3, Nokia 1.3 and Nokia 5.3. The latter is a mid-range mobile that comes to be the successor to the Nokia 5.1 Plus that we saw in 2018. Yes, just as you are probably thinking, Nokia skipped generation 5.2 and 2019 to go directly to generation 5.3 in 2020.

The year without a phone of the Nokia 5 series allowed the company to rethink several things to bring us a mobile with an excellent value for money. And is that, due to its characteristics, the Nokia 5.3 is a Excellent alternative to the best Chinese mid-range, especially if you are looking for a mobile that quickly updates to new versions of Android (something that Nokia has proven to do very well in recent years). So, without more, know everything that this new Nokia 5.3 has to offer you.

Nokia 5.3: all its specifications

nokia 5.3 features

The Nokia 5.3 comes with several cards up its sleeve to earn a place of importance in the mid-range. It has a Quadruple rear camera As a main attraction, a 4000 mAh battery so no one complains and an excellent 6.55-inch screen. Here we leave you its complete technical sheet so that you can see its characteristics one by one.


Nokia 5.3

Dimensions and weight 164.28 x 76.62 x 8.50 mm. 180 grams.
screen 6.55 ″ HD + (1600 x 720) with 20: 9 aspect ratio, Gorilla Glass 3 and a small notch on the front.
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 665.
RAM 3, 4 or 6 GB LPDDR4X.
Storage 64 or 128 GB expandable with microSD.
Rear camera Quadruple 13 MP with f / 1.8 + 5 MP for ultra wide angle + 2 MP for the macro + 2 MP for the depth sensor. With LED flash.
Front camera 8 MP.
Connectivity and extras USB C, WiFi AC dual band, Dual SIM 4G (with all bands used globally), GPS + GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, Notifications LED, FM radio and 3.5mm audio jack.
Battery 4000 mAh.
OS Android 10.

A big screen in size, but not so much in quality

nokia 5.3 screen design

The Nokia 5.3 is committed to a basic design, with a plastic body and rounded edges. It has the typical drop notch at the top of the screen, which is 6.55 inches, but with HD + resolution. In the mid-range, Chinese manufacturers have already accustomed us to mobile phones with Full HD + screens, so it is a little disappointing that this Nokia 5.3 does not achieve that image quality.

Even so, the screen of this mobile has an optimal pixel density of 270 ppi and an acceptable 450 nits brightness level. In addition, it is protected against scratches with Gorilla Glass 3. At the back of the mobile, we find a peculiar circular module where the four sensors of the camera are on the edge of the circle and the flash is in the center of it. Just below that module is the fingerprint reader. In short, a basic design combined with some rare details, which surely more than one will like.

The Nokia 5.3 has five cameras, although with few megapixels

nokia 5.3 camera

In the photographic section, this Nokia 5.3 does not stand out against the competition, although it is very good. His 8 MP selfie camera is undoubtedly his weak point, but its quad rear camera is excellent. It features a 13 MP main sensor, a 5 MP ultra wide-angle sensor with 118 field of view, a 2 MP macro sensor for very close focus on targets, and a 2 MP depth sensor for portrait mode .

Perhaps the rear camera of the Nokia 5.3 does not have many MP, but it is quite complete and you allow different types of photos to be taken with acceptable quality. It should be noted that, as is usually done now, this camera uses Artificial Intelligence to improve photos as much as possible. In addition, it offers manual and night modes.

Good performance assured with the Snapdragon 665 and pure Android 10

The new Nokia 5.3 has been presented in different variants, although all of them use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 665 processor that guarantees excellent performance for essential functions. The most basic variant of the Nokia 5.3 has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, while the most expensive equips 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Of course, if it seems low on internal memory, you can expand it with a microSD card.

Like all Nokia smartphones, this Nokia 5.3 uses Android One (pure Android) in its Android 10 version. So, with this mobile, you will not find that many pre-installed apps by manufacturers that you never use. On the other hand, the Nokia 5.3 uses a 4000 mAh battery for two days of autonomy. It also has some cool extra features like headphone jack, FM radio and NFC.