Review of Nokia 1.4
Written By Ramiz Haider
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Looking to upgrade your Nokia smartphone? Nokia 1.4 is perfect for it!
In order to confidently make this statement, I tested the performance, battery, display, network, operating system, and camera. The result blew my mind!
The camera quality and phone performance are average. However, the battery life is fantastic and the design is beautiful!
Continue on for a more detailed review!
Design – Exceptional
My experience of using the Nokia 1.4 has been nothing short of exceptional as far as the design is concerned. It’s pretty great!
At 178g, the phone is quite lightweight. The IPS LCD display also is really clear. Everything on the screen looks clean and bright.
The body is made of plastic but it doesn’t feel cheap at all.
The only downside is that there is no Corning Gorilla Glass. Nevertheless, I’m happy.
Performance – Not Great
I have to say that I’m quite disappointed in its performance.
It’s very slow and has trouble multitasking – even simple things like opening apps or switching between tabs in my web browser are painfully slow.
The chipset provides bad performance and the Adreno 308 GPU is not great for gaming. Plus, I did not find the storage and internal memory market competitive either. It was very low.
Overall, I would not recommend this phone to anyone for its performance.
Battery Life – Quite Good
I decided to get the Nokia 1.4 after my old phone broke. Turns out, I’m actually happy with the battery life.
It lasted me through a full day of use with no problems.
The problem is that there is no option for fast charging. This makes it difficult and time-consuming to recharge the battery.
Network/ Wireless – No Issues
I was pleasantly surprised with Nokia 1.4’s compatibility and network. I was able to easily connect to my home and office networks, as well as other Wi-Fi hotspots.
The signal was strong and on par with what I’ve experienced with other devices. I had no issues making calls or sending texts.
Software – Great Customization
I was starting to get bored with the same interface of my old phone. I wanted to try something new, so I decided to try Nokia 1.4.
One of the best things about the Nokia 1.4 is that it has a very user-friendly interface. Everything is laid out in an easy-to-understand way, and I didn’t have any trouble finding my way around.
Another thing is that there are tons of customization options available. I was able to change the look and feel of my phone to suit my own personal style, and I loved having that freedom.
Camera – Not Impressed
The dual 8 MP wide angle is not able to capture all the details in a photo. The camera cannot function that well in low light conditions.
I also did not find the selfie camera particularly appealing either. It is a single 5 MP.
If you want a great phone with a good camera and video recording capabilities, I would not recommend it to you.
Li-Po 4000 mAh
About the Brand:
Nokia was a leading tech company, manufacturing smartphones, and accessories. It is considered the most affordable and reliable brand.
According to me, Nokia’s 1.4 model may have seen some improvements from previous models, but there are still plenty of other smartphones on the market with just as good or better specs. The camera is not that great and the performance is also just about average.
However, the battery is solid and the design is gorgeous!
But overall, if you’re looking for a phone brand that offers a decent value smartphone, the Nokia 1.4 is a great option.
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