Nokia 5 handset is slim, metal design is very comfortable to hold and looks smart within mid-range budget. Its 5.2-inch display is bright and bold having 720p resolution, but isn’t sharp enough to make details pop, it’s fine for reading stories online and chatting. The fingerprint scanner below the screen works well and performs as a home button too.It runs on near-stock versions of Android Nougat, have NFC and accept microSD cards up to 128GB in size. It results in a clean, hassle-free interface that’s easy to use and agile to navigate with the octa-core processor. Apps like Gmail load quickly and handy for casual mobile gamers.It contains 13-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera, too. It takes sharp shots, with a good exposure balance, colours aren’t very bold and the white balance can be hit and miss, but it’ll suit fine for quick snaps for Facebook. There’s quite a lot of image noise in low-light shots, still great for daylight shots. HDR mode gives sharp, well-balanced selfies. Nokia 5 needs to keep away from rain as it is’nt waterproof. It charges using Micro-USB, rather than the more up-to-date USB-C to cope with the budget.The 3,000mAh battery lasts around 15 hours. You can continue using this smartphone whole day if you give it a full charge every night. Nokia 5 is a decent all-round phone to tackle all your everyday essentials within budget.