The Nokia 5.4 is a recent launch mobile as a good successor of the Nokia 5.3. HMD Global is targeting content creator s who want “cinema-grade” camera technology without spending a lot of money. In India, the Nokia 5.4 starts at Rs. 13,999, which is a very affordable price. The Nokia 5.4's base model has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of memory and costs Rs. 13,999. There's also an Rs. 15,499 version with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of data. Dusk and Polar Night are the two color choices available.

The 6.39-inch screen has a good dynamic range and sufficient color reproduction. A microSD card slot is available on the Nokia 5.4. Dual 4G VoLTE, single-band Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth 4.2, and simple sensors are also supported. On Nokia smartphones, it's difficult to find flaws in the software. It runs stock Android 10, with just Google's suite of applications, an HMD Global support app, and a Cinema editor extension for color grading H-Log videos in the Google Photos app. A 4,000mAh battery powers the mobile.

HMD Global is emphasizing the handset's ability to shoot H-Log footage, which, to be honest, no opponent in this segment does. This video format effectively provides you with a flat color profile, allowing you to color-grade footage in advanced post-production software to your preference. The primary 48-megapixel camera takes pixel-binned 12-megapixel photos by default for stills, which look fine if shot on a bright sunny day. The phone has some difficulty focusing on close-ups, and it can get colors horribly wrong at times, but overall, the output is acceptable.

In the sub-Rs. 15,000 segment, the Nokia 5.4 may have been a good option, but the features and results on offer aren't up to standard.

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