Nokia Corporation is international communication, IT, and customer Electronics Company. It came to being in 1865. Nokia’s head office is in Espoo (Finland) in the greater Helsinki metropolitan area. In 2018, Nokia hired around 103,000 people across over 100 countries. The company did business in more than 130 states and reported annual profits of around €23 billion.
Nokia is a public limited company registered on the Helsinki Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange. It is the world’s 415th biggest firm recorded by 2016 incomes according to the Fortune Global 500. In 2009, the company fell on the 85th rank.
The firm has worked in many industries over the previous 150 years. It originated as a pulp mill and had long been connected with rubber and cables. But since the 1990s, it has focused on extensive telecommunications organizations, technology improvement, and authorizing.
Nokia is the main supplier of the mobile industry. Having aided in the expansion of the GSM, 3G, and LTE and currently in 5G. It was once the leading worldwide vendor of cellphones and smartphones.
From what we have understood so far, Nokia Mobile likes to substitute its old generation. Nonetheless, it is contrasting in the case of the Nokia smartphones from the other number series. And every so often, Nokia Mobile ends up making a quite large gap among the following generations.
For instance, the Nokia 5.1 Plus arrived in July 2018, while the Nokia 5.3 arrived in March 2020.
Well, now it looks as Nokia Mobile is on its way to launch the next succession of the Nokia 5 series, the Nokia 5.4, much earlier than anticipated.
The new Nokia 5.4 has started appearing on the vendor sites in Australia. The shops Acquire and Aus Shop IT believe the Nokia 5.4 to come with an arrangement of 4 GB RAM and 128 GB of ROM. And in Blue and Purple colors. Aus Shop IT states the price of the device as AU$349 (€215, ₹19060, US$258). While Acquire has estimated it at AU$371 (€229, ₹20270, US$274).
The declared costs are for the 4 GB/128 GB variation, which is possibly not the base variation. So we can assume the base variation to be a bit low-priced than this. The vendor lists do not have the model numbers or the stock accessibility date yet. But the vendor code initials (HQ5020) are the same as what HMD Global uses for many of its other products as well. Since the vendors have not exposed much about the device yet, we will have to wait a bit more to get a perfect picture of its specs.
It may seem a bit bizarre to see Nokia 5.4 this quick, when we are yet to see the new devices from the series i.e. 6, 7, and 9. Apart from the Nokia 5.4, the Nokia C1 Plus was also itemized a few days ago. By the vendors in Australia with a stock accessibility date as 22nd December, which means a mid-December launch for the Nokia C1 Plus.
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