Nokia’s latest smartphone, Nokia 1.4 is now available in Nepal to purchase as it got launched at March 1, 2021.
Boasting an impressive screen real estate which stretches to 6.51 inches edge-to-edge, it’s almost a full inch bigger than its predecessor, and the largest ever to feature on a 1 series Nokia.
Ravi Kunwar , The Head of Pan Asia ,HMD Global said:
“As a father of two myself, I can relate to the challenges many families are facing with having to fit in so many activities at home. With these needs continuing to grow, we wanted to create a reliable and enjoyable experience that truly benefits all family members without adding to any household financial pressures.
Be it managing work emails, paying bills or keeping the kids busy with online extracurricular activities, our designers addressed the fact that millions of families around the world are spending more time at home. In response, we increased the screen size on the Nokia 1.4 to the maximum capacity so parents, carers, and children can stay connected and productive. To further enhance the photography experience – on top of the improvements already brought to you by Google’s AI on the Camera Go app, we also added a macro camera to capture epic close-ups at home or outdoors. All powered by Qualcomm®, a trusted industry leader, and encased in a rigid, mishap-proof body with our signature two-day battery life.”
The 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 1.4’s camera capabilities.
The phone comes with the Camera Go app developed by Google. It also features the night mode, making it the most affordable phone with night mode in Nepal. The storage indicator lets you know the number of images you can capture before running out of storage. There is also a macro camera on the phone.
Nokia phones have a well-deserved reputation for being sturdy, durable devices, and the Nokia 1.4 is also supposed to carry on the same reputation.
Design-wise it is crafted to sit securely in any hand and contains a Qualcomm® chipset and fingerprint sensor.
The phone comes with Android 10 Go and promises 3 years of security updates.
Built-in parental controls allow users to manage content downloaded from Google Play store, and will give grown-ups the peace of mind to allow children to listen, learn or play until their hearts are content.
And Nokia claims the phone to have a great battery life with two days of power on a single charge.
Nokia advertises Nokia 1.4 as the phone which can:
Capture close-up details of slugs, bugs, and flowers when you’re outdoors or utility bill small print with the new macro camera.
Easily power through the kids’ Google Meet for morning registration and your work team’s afternoon video call with 2-day battery life.
Offer you a better viewing experience with a screen the size of a 50 Euro note
Stay updated for at least the same time it takes your child to walk, talk, learn to speak, and tell their own stories with three years of monthly security updates.
Pricing and Availability:
The Nokia 1.4 is available starting 1st March 2021. The device comes in Grey and Purple with 2GB RAM and 32GB ROM configurations priced at Rs. 12,899 in Nepal.