The Nokia 5 is a smasher with deeply attractive design, great build quality and decent performance. Sure, it's not a flagship phone. But the overwhelming feeling I'm left with is that it does better than the price point suggests.
The Nokia 5 certainly gives a good first impression. Rivals boast sharper screens and more capable camera tech too, although this handset will satisfy anyone wanting to stream YouTube clips on the go and generally produces good-looking photos.
All things considered, the Nokia 5 is a pretty smartphone that comes with a clean and up-to-date software, but ultimately disappoints in terms of performance. Some people will undoubtedly find it as well as its price tag appealing, but it certainly isn't the best budget phone on the market.
The Nokia 5 should be on your shortlist if you're interested in a pure Android interface with timely security patches and updates, but if a powerful daily driver is more suitable, I'd advise you to look elsewhere.
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We've used Flickr to find a selection of pictures taken by the Nokia 5 camera. Here is a selection of photos taken by users from around the world so you can see what kind of picture quality you can expect from real-world use of the Nokia 5.
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