The phone features a 6.51-inch edge-to-edge screen with a resolution of 1360 x 720 pixels and a 20: 9 aspect ratio, which is approximately one inch larger than its predecessor in Nokia 1.3, and is the largest ever in the Nokia 1 series.
Juho Sarvikas, Senior Product Officer and Vice President of North America at HMD Global, said: As a parent of two children, I can talk about the challenges that many families face in having to participate in many activities at home.
He added: As these needs continued to grow, we wanted to create a reliable and enjoyable experience that truly benefits the entire family without adding any financial stress to the family.
The battery comes with a capacity of 4000 mAh, however, there was no corresponding upgrade in the charging speed, as it is still 5 watts via microUSB, and as always, HMD Global promises a two-day battery life.
The new phone works with Android 10 Go edition and is ready to move to Android 11, Go edition next, and sticking to the Go version is necessary as the device is powered by a Qualcomm 215 chipset with four Cortex-A53 cores with a frequency of 1.3 GHz and an Adreno 308 graphics processing unit.
The company provided the basic version of the phone with a random access mention of only 1 GB and 16 GB of internal storage space, but the higher version includes 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage memory.
The device supports a microSD slot officially for cards with a capacity of up to 128 GB, and the Go version of Android contains excellent storage management tools.
The device includes a rear camera with an 8MP primary lens and a 2MP macro lens with a fingerprint reader installed below.
The phone relies on processing algorithms from Google in the Camera Go application to upgrade the basic camera with features such as: Night Mode and Portrait Mode, and there is also a 5-megapixel front camera.
The phone has two nano-SIM slots and LTE Cat connections. 4, In addition, there is Wi-Fi b / g / n and Bluetooth 4.2, in addition to GPS, and the 3.5 mm headphone port can be used to listen to FM radio in addition to your own songs.
The parental controls included in Nokia 1.4 allow users to manage content downloaded from the Google Play Store, and give adults peace of mind to allow children to listen, learn or play.