Nokia 3.1 hands-on review
HMD global has announced Android phone Nokia 3.1 in February, 2018 and later on, it was shipped in June, 2018. The retail white packaging of Nokia 3.1 is similar to the old Nokia phones. The design of this phone is quite similar to Lumia and windows phones. It runs on Android based OS. This smartphone has 5in IPS capacitive touch-screen LCD display that can play HD video on 720x1280 pixel resolution and 16 M color depth.
When we discuss the body of smartphone the Nokia 3.1 is made up of plastic back, the aluminum frame and front is coated with Gorilla Glass 2.5D to make the device scratches free, the edges are minimal curved and quite squarish. Volume and power key are on the right side of the smartphone and dedicated two SIM trays can be opened with SIM ejector tool.
The anttena bands are quite visible on the top and bottom. The Nokia 3.1 contains 1.3 GHz quad-core Mediatek MT6737 processor paired with 2GB RAM and Mali-T720MP1, runs on Android 7.0 (Nougat). The device has 16GB internal storage that can be extendable to 128GB via MicroSD card using SIM 2 slot as alternative of card slot.
The Nokia 3.1 has 8MP front camera, f/2.0 aperture and 8MP back camera, f/2.0 aperture with LED flash and autofocus. It has 3.5mm audio jack on the top, the charging port and dual speaker grilles in the bottum of phone and like all others phones the logo of the Nokia is punched on top front and back of phone. It has connectivity option like 4G, VoLTE, USB-OTG, bluetooth 4.0 and Wifi. The non-removable 2360mAh battery of Nokia 3.1 lasts 16 to 18 hours for heavy use, and 10 hours for video looping. This is a low priced phone, available in four colors like silver white, matte black, tempered blue, and copper white. The Nokia 3.1 is priced at $150.