Nokia 1.4 was announced on February 3, 2021.
It’s a bit of a shame to end on such a damp note, since the Nokia 1.4 really isn’t half bad for the price. A phone that costs less than £100 is always going to be treading water, but the Nokia 1.4 comes off quite well, even if it fails to do anything particularly noteworthy.
- expertreviews: Nokia 1.4 review, Verdict - May 05, 2021.
The Nokia 1.4 is not without flaws. But it is a good option for a budget phone with its large display, fast and secure operating system designed for low-capacity internals, elegant design, and other user-friendly features. It fits casual users who want their device capable of doing essential tasks smoothly and easily. However, it’s also important to note that for the same price point—give or take a few hundred pesos—realme and Xiaomi offer slightly higher-specced budget smartphones (realme C11 and Redmi 9C/9A, respectively). Or if you add a thousand pesos or two, you can get a higher Nokia model that brings significantly better performance and more up-to-date features.
- Speed Magazine: Speed says - June 15, 2021.
Nokia 1.4 Review, Pros and Cons – The basic Nokia smartphone is always equipped with a modest amount of specifications and provides decent overall value. The recent launch of the Nokia 1.4 phone is also a great example of this, as it brings several new features at a very affordable price of USD 120 (8,999 INR). Now, speaking of availability, the phone is viable in the UK. HMD Global may be required to launch Nokia 1.4 smartphone to the international market as well. Apparently, Nokia 1.4 smartphone is an updated version of Nokia 1.3 from the previous year. Interestingly, there is no particular change in performance or in the camera section. Only the phone is initialized with a new design with some new settings. These things are just the tip of the iceberg to understanding more.
- oispice: Nokia 1.4 Review, Pros and Cons - February 10, 2021.
The Nokia 1.4 does offer some improvements over the Nokia 1.3, but not in the areas where budget phone buyers are most going to want to see upgrades. The use of the exact same processor hobbles the performance relative to other budget options, and that's a hole that not even the use of Android Go and its strong optimisations can entirely make up for. That makes the Nokia 1.4 a hard phone to justify, because at this stage you'd arguably be better off trying to score a discount on the Nokia 1.3 instead.
- Finder: Should you buy the Nokia 1.4? - May 19, 2021.
There are several ways to use Nokia 1.4 with Outlook and Office 365.
If your Outlook folder is an Exchange or Office 365 folder, click here for a detailed setup guide to sync with Nokia 1.4.
For IMAP and POP3 folders, you can sync Outlook Contacts and Calendar with Google. Then on the phone, use Android Contacts and Android Calendar. Click here for a detailed setup guide.
For any foldder type, CompanionLink can sync Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. This works with any version of Outlook.
Last modified: Jul 30, 2021 9:09 pm