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Nokia 1.4 ultra-budget Android Go phone now official with 4,000mAh battery and dual camera

After a couple of weeks of seeing rumours and leaks, the ultra-budget device Nokia 1.4 goes official with a 4,000mAh battery, 8MP dual-cam setup, 6.51-inch HD display, and Android 11 (Go Edition) ready.
As expected, this Nokia 1.4 features a slight overhaul over its predecessor. The Nokia 1 series is a line of smartphones running on a lightweight operating system in which do we call the Android Go. We really don’t have to expect anything in particular because it’s really made for lite users.
The handset packs a 6.51-inch IPS LCD display in HD+ resolution and 20:9+ aspect ratio with a dewdrop notch on the top to feature its 5MP front-facing camera for selfies. 
Under the hood, a Qualcomm 215 SoC powers the device, (and yes you read that right, there’s no mistaking that it’s not included in the “Snapdragon” line since, as I have said earlier, it’s made for lite users) basic chipset for basic usage, the processor is paired with either 1, 2 or 3 gigs of RAM, it depends on which variant you are going to choose, same goes to its storage (16GB, 32GB, or 64GB).
There’s a dual-camera setup on the back, with an 8MP shooter for the main camera, and a 2MP shooter for macro, alongside a rear fingerprint sensor.
Furthermore, the handset runs on stock Android 10 (Go Edition) with a guaranteed update for Android 11. 
The Nokia 1.4 sports a 4,000mAh long-lasting battery that can last for up to two days, as advertised.
Other features include a headphone jack, Dual SIM LTE Cat 4 connectivity, expandable 64GB storage, Google Assistant button on the side, and more.
Watch the video below for more highlights:
The Nokia 1.4 is now available globally starting at €99 (approximately Php5k) and comes in three colors and variants: Charcoal, Fjord, and Dusk, 1GB+16GB, 1GB+32GB, and 3GB+64GB. Don’t forget to check the local availability of the device to see if it’s available in your region.