Nokia 5.4 | Android 10 | Unlocked Smartphone | 2-Day Battery | Dual SIM | US Version | 4/128GB | 6.39-Inch Screen | 48MP Quad Camera | Dusk

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Color:Dusk

$200.00

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About this item

  • Capture great photos and motion shots with the 48MP Quad camera, 16MP punch hole selfie camera, 60fps video recording and cinematic recording with colour grading
  • Boost productivity with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 Mobile Platform, optimized with latest AI technology
  • Enjoy more space for streaming, gaming and browsing with a 6.39” HD+ punch hole display that still fits in your pocket
  • Do more for longer with 2-day battery life, plus AI-assisted Adaptive Battery technology that prioritizes power to your most-used apps
  • Stay up to date with a system primed for Android 11 and beyond, including 3 years of security updates and 2 years of software upgrades
  • Compatibility: This device is designed to work with GSM carriers. This product will not support Verizon or Verizon subsidiaries. Please confirm compatibility with your chosen carrier before purchasing. For support with SIM card or network related issues, please contact your carrier for assistance in connecting your device to the chosen compatible network.
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Technical Specifications

Model Name 5.4
Wireless Carrier Unlocked
Brand Nokia
Form Factor Bar
Memory Storage Capacity 4 GB
Operating System Android 10.0
Color Dusk
Cellular Technology 4G
SIM card slot count Dual SIM
Year 2020

Based on 35 reviews

3.7 overall
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  1. Mikeyt1818

    Not what I expected

    Battery life is great, camera is acceptable. The phone is huge, bulky with a mediocre processor. I really used to love Nokia. This was my fourth and final attempt to like the HMD version of Nokia. Sure it’s ok but who wants ok? Since the Nokia 8 Sirocco there’s been nothing to write home about. At least the dusk is a nice color so I upped my rating from a 2 to a 3 based on that.

    Mikeyt1818

  2. “unknown”

    Incompatible with some WiFi and not fully compatible with Google Maps

    This phone didn’t work with our home network, so now I understand why a phone needs 5 GHz wifi. Also the little blue dot in Google Maps doesn’t have a “headlight” indicator showing which direction you’re facing, so now I understand why a phone needs a compass. This phone is missing both of those features.On the plus side, no software bloat! The phone came with the bare minimum of apps installed. Kudos to Nokia for that!

    “unknown”

  3. Sourdough.

    Great, all as expected

    And, only time will tell…..

    3 people found this helpful

    Sourdough.

  4. Epistem

    It’s somewhat disappointing.

    Unless you need a better camera you might be better off with the cheaper Nokia 5.3. The 5.4 lacks a notification light, which the 5.3 had in the power button. It also lacks a compass which is needed for many apps to function properly. How many ways does a person really need to access the Google assistant? The addition of the side button is annoying because it gets activated by accident. The light for the camera is off to the side so it makes it much more difficult to use the heart rate sensor in my fitness app that requires you to cover both the camera flash and the main camera with your finger for it to work.It was quick to set up and its only had to restart twice to get the latest updates. Some of the Android 10 apps are funky and even a step backward in useability compared to earlier editions but that isn’t Nokia’s problem. I have not experienced any dropping of the wifi signals that many people mention.Nokia should have included a clear plastic case instead of the nasty plastic headphones that make your ears hurt, but thankfully it does have a 3.5mm jack. I wish I had saved $50 and went with the 5.3 instead.

    14 people found this helpful

    Epistem

  5. Della Keeler

    Old school brand meets new school brands head on

    The one thing missing is water protection. Using the camera is a bit challenging. I’ve had my phone for a few months and I’m still trying to figure out the various functionalities that the phone offers. Like just now I found you can’t use night vision while taking a selfie. I like the Google assists, but I think that is with most androids now. I had the old Nokia from the 90s and we could walkie talk it chirp each other, I do miss that. At first, taking screenshots were a challenge and then I had to figure out they were in the file box not a gallery…. Go figure! Overall, I’m not complaining the memory is what I wanted for both RAM and ROM.I did thorough research and comparing before deciding on this phone for myself and my son. I bought a Moto G6 and it looks pretty, but I haven’t been able to test drive it since it’s not mine🤔❤️

    7 people found this helpful

    Della Keeler

  6. Daniel Schoustra

    Good all around phone for the money

    Phone is a good value for the money.

    Daniel Schoustra

  7. Shades of Purple

    NOT a good option for non-tech-savvy seniors.

    Bought this phone for my mom because it was reviewed as being a good option for seniors. Turns out it is not user-friendly. The online “instructions” are very vague and really do nothing to teach someone how to use the phone. It’s only a couple months old, but we are already researching other options because she is so frustrated with it.

    One person found this helpful

    Shades of Purple

  8. Dragonflykisses

    Don’t waste your money

    Just got this phone and it’s the biggest heap of crap I have ever owned! It constantly does what it wants to do and I’m fed up. As soon as I create a setting, it reverts back to original within minutes. Will NOT link to my smart watch and annoys the crap out of me. You have to create a contact just to send a pic to someone, the speech recording for texts does not work, etc. It does NOT come with any type of instructions, just a phone in a box. Back to Samsung and NEVER Nokia again!!! I really regret buying this phone!

    Dragonflykisses

  9. Jim R.

    Great phone.

    Great battery life. Good screen size.

    5 people found this helpful

    Jim R.

  10. Andrea

    Good for the buck

    So far so good with this device for its price. Screen and cameras work as expected by me, honestly. I have been a Nokia user for over two decades and they have never let me down when it comes to functionality. One thing I do find as a downgrade from my Nokia 5 (Which is a long way, considering it was launched in 2017) is this phone does not support 5Ghz wifi connections. Also, some Android 10 features, such as automatic shut down, are nowhere to be found in this device.Speed is decent, I have over 50 apps installed, and it is working perfectly.Storage is good.The phone came with a Screen protector preinstalled (which I pretend to replace with a Hydrogel protector as soon as they become available for this device) which is really good because it saved me from the hassle of installing it, which is always super annoying and time-consuming. The screen protector is not tempered glass, is just a regular thingy to avoid scratches or whatever.The device became available earlier than expected and arrived before the estimated date, which made me extremely happy.When I turned on my device it was on a 64% battery and it lasted me about 17 hours, so I am not sure about the 48 hours they claim, I will have to update this aspect if that isn’t as they claim.The phone needs to be updated as you turn it on, which I don’t find practical, since it’s an Android One phone. I just hope that the update I had to perform is not part of the ones I am supposed to get in my two years of software updates.Not having the navigation keys has been difficult to get used to, even though you can activate them in gestures, I didn’t like them that way.Splitting screen became more complicated or less-hassle-free.In the past you were able to disable startup sound, that’s not the case anymore, even though is not as loud as it used to be, it’s still annoying.Downside: AMAZON S*%#s. It is advertised by the seller (Amazon Services LLC) that the phone comes with a Jelly Case IN THE BOX, which I did not receive, and when I contacted them over it they called me ignorant saying I should’ve ordered it separately (even though it is advertised as IN THE BOX) because I was given the option (which is not true since I preordered the item and when you preorder, you can’t choose anything else even if you wanted to), so yeah, I’m left with an unprotected phone for a while as I wait for my case I bought from eBay (since I will not be purchasing from amazon anymore) gets here.****Will update with photos with the different cameras and sets.***

    18 people found this helpful

    Andrea

  11. janet wright

    was difficult to set up, with my t-mobile sim card. had to go to t-mobile for help

    It said it came with a “jelly case”, but was not in the box. I waited a day or two, then had to buy a case separately. Also, very hard to get activated. I had no instructions/ user manual, and had to go to a T-mobile to have them do it, (50 minutes from my home). So far, phone is great, and am happy with the performance.

    janet wright

  12. P

    Android One? More like Android Buggy

    Bought this phone because I saw it is one of the phones that implements “Android One” or the latest effort by Google to consolidate the many different android version that each manufacturer preloads on the device before sale.Sad to say, this phone is extremely buggy as is really low-quality for the price. Even the feel of the phone is disappointing, as is the camera design.

    5 people found this helpful

    P

  13. Shades of Purple

    NOT a good option for non-tech-savvy seniors.

    Bought this phone for my mom because it was reviewed as being a good option for seniors. Turns out it is not user-friendly. The online “instructions” are very vague and really do nothing to teach someone how to use the phone. It’s only a couple months old, but we are already researching other options because she is so frustrated with it.

    One person found this helpful

    Shades of Purple

  14. Joseph louw

    Highly recommended

    Premium quality, professional features

    2 people found this helpful

    Joseph louw

  15. Neon Black

    Not pure Android One

    It has some Nokia addition such as boot sound which cannot be disabled.If you are in movie theater and need to reboot, it comes out.Nokia logo is fine, but why they add boot noise?

    7 people found this helpful

    Neon Black

  16. Jim R.

    Great phone.

    Great battery life. Good screen size.

    5 people found this helpful

    Jim R.

  17. John Cesarone

    Five stars for this price range

    I’m giving this phone five stars because it is excellent given its price range. If I had paid a flagship price for it, I would have been disappointed and given it three stars at best. But seriously, it provides everything you really need, and leaves you with an extra three or four hundred bucks in your pocket!! What’s not to love?I bought this phone mostly for the two specs that I find most important: 128 GB of storage, and the 4000 mAh battery. I’m an app hoarder, and love downloading every app that I might possibly ever want. This phone lets me do that and just swallows them up like a cavern. Great! And the battery is incredible. I only plug it in every other night when I go to bed. I could probably go three days if I had to.Other than that, it’s pretty much what you expect from a midrange phone: decent speed, decent screen, decent sound, decent camera, nothing special. Phone calls are fine. The near-stock Android and lack of bloatware is great, and the headphone jack is the cherry on top. The purple (sorry, “dusk”) color is is cool, but you only see it if the phone is upside down, since the bezels are practically non-existent.It came with the navigation buttons turned off by default. But they were easy enough to turn on.Bottom line: if app storage and battery life are your thing, and you want to save some bucks, this is the phone for you.

    14 people found this helpful

    John Cesarone

  18. Neon Black

    Not pure Android One

    It has some Nokia addition such as boot sound which cannot be disabled.If you are in movie theater and need to reboot, it comes out.Nokia logo is fine, but why they add boot noise?

    7 people found this helpful

    Neon Black

  19. P

    Android One? More like Android Buggy

    Bought this phone because I saw it is one of the phones that implements “Android One” or the latest effort by Google to consolidate the many different android version that each manufacturer preloads on the device before sale.Sad to say, this phone is extremely buggy as is really low-quality for the price. Even the feel of the phone is disappointing, as is the camera design.

    5 people found this helpful

    P

  20. Laura M. Carter

    Great Phone

    Not going to lie, this phone is dope. I’m going to keep upgrading my Nokia’s once this runs out. For a 2017 phone it has everything for 2021. Comes with everything Google and probably the best Android phone for the price.

    Laura M. Carter

  21. John M Edwards

    Updated Review

    This phone I liked. I had to learned that the primary sim card had to go in the second slot in order for text messaging to work properly. Others have said that this phone doesn’t work with Verizon. This phone accepts nano-sim cards which was the type of Verizon sim card I had. It worked very well, but the phone battery went dead after having the phone on about one month and would not recharge, so I sent the phone back for a full refund. A prepaid return label was provided for me and I was fully refunded promptly.

    5 people found this helpful

    John M Edwards

  22. John Cesarone

    Five stars for this price range

    I’m giving this phone five stars because it is excellent given its price range. If I had paid a flagship price for it, I would have been disappointed and given it three stars at best. But seriously, it provides everything you really need, and leaves you with an extra three or four hundred bucks in your pocket!! What’s not to love?I bought this phone mostly for the two specs that I find most important: 128 GB of storage, and the 4000 mAh battery. I’m an app hoarder, and love downloading every app that I might possibly ever want. This phone lets me do that and just swallows them up like a cavern. Great! And the battery is incredible. I only plug it in every other night when I go to bed. I could probably go three days if I had to.Other than that, it’s pretty much what you expect from a midrange phone: decent speed, decent screen, decent sound, decent camera, nothing special. Phone calls are fine. The near-stock Android and lack of bloatware is great, and the headphone jack is the cherry on top. The purple (sorry, “dusk”) color is is cool, but you only see it if the phone is upside down, since the bezels are practically non-existent.It came with the navigation buttons turned off by default. But they were easy enough to turn on.Bottom line: if app storage and battery life are your thing, and you want to save some bucks, this is the phone for you.

    14 people found this helpful

    John Cesarone

  23. Nick H.

    i like it.

    very nice

    Nick H.

  24. Nick H.

    i like it.

    very nice

    Nick H.

  25. Epistem

    It’s somewhat disappointing.

    Unless you need a better camera you might be better off with the cheaper Nokia 5.3. The 5.4 lacks a notification light, which the 5.3 had in the power button. It also lacks a compass which is needed for many apps to function properly. How many ways does a person really need to access the Google assistant? The addition of the side button is annoying because it gets activated by accident. The light for the camera is off to the side so it makes it much more difficult to use the heart rate sensor in my fitness app that requires you to cover both the camera flash and the main camera with your finger for it to work.It was quick to set up and its only had to restart twice to get the latest updates. Some of the Android 10 apps are funky and even a step backward in useability compared to earlier editions but that isn’t Nokia’s problem. I have not experienced any dropping of the wifi signals that many people mention.Nokia should have included a clear plastic case instead of the nasty plastic headphones that make your ears hurt, but thankfully it does have a 3.5mm jack. I wish I had saved $50 and went with the 5.3 instead.

    14 people found this helpful

    Epistem

  26. David J. Earls

    Works but with strange omissions

    The exclusion of 5Ghz WiFi and a compass/Magnetometer are very strange choices. I’ve read several comments that it needs Bluetooth v5 as well, but that’s a nerd fight and I don’t think I’ll notice the difference. I definitely miss being able to connect to my main AP. The technical crowd is also debating the inclusion of a 662 vs the old 665, but it seems plenty fast for a no gaming device. Google maps did appear to be functional without the compass but my purchased compass app is useless now. There is plenty of storage but another couple GB of RAM wouldn’t have hurt. 2 SIM tray is nice and both are accessible with an SD card in it. The SD card that was in my LG phone had to be formatted before use. Overall for the price meh.

    23 people found this helpful

    David J. Earls

  27. SK

    Used but very good

    This is first time I purchased a used mobile from Amazon and it’s awesome. Box was having everything except phone case. However it’s ok because mobile is much cheaper than new one.Phone is good and dual sim are working fine. Camera is good and battery life is around 3 days.

    SK

  28. John M Edwards

    Updated Review

    This phone I liked. I had to learned that the primary sim card had to go in the second slot in order for text messaging to work properly. Others have said that this phone doesn’t work with Verizon. This phone accepts nano-sim cards which was the type of Verizon sim card I had. It worked very well, but the phone battery went dead after having the phone on about one month and would not recharge, so I sent the phone back for a full refund. A prepaid return label was provided for me and I was fully refunded promptly.

    5 people found this helpful

    John M Edwards

  29. Della Keeler

    Old school brand meets new school brands head on

    The one thing missing is water protection. Using the camera is a bit challenging. I’ve had my phone for a few months and I’m still trying to figure out the various functionalities that the phone offers. Like just now I found you can’t use night vision while taking a selfie. I like the Google assists, but I think that is with most androids now. I had the old Nokia from the 90s and we could walkie talk it chirp each other, I do miss that. At first, taking screenshots were a challenge and then I had to figure out they were in the file box not a gallery…. Go figure! Overall, I’m not complaining the memory is what I wanted for both RAM and ROM.I did thorough research and comparing before deciding on this phone for myself and my son. I bought a Moto G6 and it looks pretty, but I haven’t been able to test drive it since it’s not mine🤔❤️

    7 people found this helpful

    Della Keeler

  30. David J. Earls

    Works but with strange omissions

    The exclusion of 5Ghz WiFi and a compass/Magnetometer are very strange choices. I’ve read several comments that it needs Bluetooth v5 as well, but that’s a nerd fight and I don’t think I’ll notice the difference. I definitely miss being able to connect to my main AP. The technical crowd is also debating the inclusion of a 662 vs the old 665, but it seems plenty fast for a no gaming device. Google maps did appear to be functional without the compass but my purchased compass app is useless now. There is plenty of storage but another couple GB of RAM wouldn’t have hurt. 2 SIM tray is nice and both are accessible with an SD card in it. The SD card that was in my LG phone had to be formatted before use. Overall for the price meh.

    23 people found this helpful

    David J. Earls

  31. Rosa Ivonne Rendon Cervantes

    Resistente.

    Es rápido y útil

    Rosa Ivonne Rendon Cervantes

  32. Scott R. Gervais

    It’s not unlocked to Verizon!!

    Great camera, but the phone is not unlocked to Verizon

    2 people found this helpful

    Scott R. Gervais

  33. Dragonflykisses

    Don’t waste your money

    Just got this phone and it’s the biggest heap of crap I have ever owned! It constantly does what it wants to do and I’m fed up. As soon as I create a setting, it reverts back to original within minutes. Will NOT link to my smart watch and annoys the crap out of me. You have to create a contact just to send a pic to someone, the speech recording for texts does not work, etc. It does NOT come with any type of instructions, just a phone in a box. Back to Samsung and NEVER Nokia again!!! I really regret buying this phone!

    Dragonflykisses

  34. Rosa Ivonne Rendon Cervantes

    Resistente.

    Es rápido y útil

    Rosa Ivonne Rendon Cervantes

  35. Andrea

    Good for the buck

    So far so good with this device for its price. Screen and cameras work as expected by me, honestly. I have been a Nokia user for over two decades and they have never let me down when it comes to functionality. One thing I do find as a downgrade from my Nokia 5 (Which is a long way, considering it was launched in 2017) is this phone does not support 5Ghz wifi connections. Also, some Android 10 features, such as automatic shut down, are nowhere to be found in this device.Speed is decent, I have over 50 apps installed, and it is working perfectly.Storage is good.The phone came with a Screen protector preinstalled (which I pretend to replace with a Hydrogel protector as soon as they become available for this device) which is really good because it saved me from the hassle of installing it, which is always super annoying and time-consuming. The screen protector is not tempered glass, is just a regular thingy to avoid scratches or whatever.The device became available earlier than expected and arrived before the estimated date, which made me extremely happy.When I turned on my device it was on a 64% battery and it lasted me about 17 hours, so I am not sure about the 48 hours they claim, I will have to update this aspect if that isn’t as they claim.The phone needs to be updated as you turn it on, which I don’t find practical, since it’s an Android One phone. I just hope that the update I had to perform is not part of the ones I am supposed to get in my two years of software updates.Not having the navigation keys has been difficult to get used to, even though you can activate them in gestures, I didn’t like them that way.Splitting screen became more complicated or less-hassle-free.In the past you were able to disable startup sound, that’s not the case anymore, even though is not as loud as it used to be, it’s still annoying.Downside: AMAZON S*%#s. It is advertised by the seller (Amazon Services LLC) that the phone comes with a Jelly Case IN THE BOX, which I did not receive, and when I contacted them over it they called me ignorant saying I should’ve ordered it separately (even though it is advertised as IN THE BOX) because I was given the option (which is not true since I preordered the item and when you preorder, you can’t choose anything else even if you wanted to), so yeah, I’m left with an unprotected phone for a while as I wait for my case I bought from eBay (since I will not be purchasing from amazon anymore) gets here.****Will update with photos with the different cameras and sets.***

    18 people found this helpful

    Andrea