HMD Global has announced the collaboration with Sol Generation where the Nokia 5.4 smartphone and Nokia ringtone feature in the ‘Niko Sawa’ song by Nviiri the storyteller featuring Bien Baraza of Sauti Sol. Sol Generation is a music record label, founded in Africa with the sole mission of producing Iconic Live African Acts.
“At HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, our phones are built to last and designed with human happiness in mind. Our mission is to make high quality, long-lasting technology that is accessible and that our users love, trust, and keep for longer. We want people to love their phones, use them to make and store more memories and share special moments with loved ones. which is reflected in our mobile phone range and our product innovation,” HMD noted in a statement.
The collaboration with Sol Generation celebrates artists and how they are using their creativity to share happiness, love, and hope through music. HMD Global’s collaboration with Sol Generation follows the 48 hours of change initiative that launched at the end of 2020. HMD Global worked with different personalities across the globe to explore the power of change in just 48 hours – and encouraging more positive use of mobile technology.
The song Niko Sawa features the Nokia 5.4 smartphone showcasing the artists using the smartphone to communicate and capture lifetime memories, something we can all relate to. Nokia 5.4 was chosen for the collaboration given its beautiful colour and design. This smartphone comes with the signature quad-camera that enables you to shoot like a pro. It comes packed with a powerful 48MP Quad camera and 16MP punch hole-selfie camera enabling you to capture every beautiful detail of the things you love. This smartphone has two-day battery life meaning you have more hours to stay productive and connected.
Counterpoint Research revealed that Nokia phones lead the trust rankings based on the four pillars of software, security updates and build quality, for the second year running. Nokia 5.4 comes with two years of Android upgrades and three years of monthly security updates This smartphone can be purchased at a store near you or check it out on Nokia.com starting from Kshs 24,500.