Nokia expands its budgetassortiment with the Nokia 3.1 Plus. The cheap Android smartphone has a dual camera and relatively large 6 inch screen.
Nokia 3.1 Plus announcement: release and price
This Plus version of the recently released Nokia 3.1 provides better hardware than its little brother. The unit is from 19 October to sale in India and will later this year also a worldwide release, says the manufacturer. If and when the Nokia 3.1 Plus in the Netherlands appears, is unknown. The list price is already fixed: 159 euro.
The Nokia 3.1 Plus has a 6 inch screen with a hd resolution of 1440 by 720 pixels. There are relatively narrow edges at the top and bottom of the image, but no notch like on the recently announced Nokia 7.1. A finger print scanner is on the back, under the double camera.
The Finnish manufacturer stops becoming a dual camera on its cheap smartphones. On the 3.1 is a primary lens of 13 megapixels, combined with one of 5 megapixel. That extra lens has a depth sensor and is used to create a bokeh effect on your photos. First, there is a selfiecamera of 8 megapixel. The most important specifications in a row:
- 6 inch lcd screen with a resolution of 1440 by 720 pixels
- MediaTek Helio P22-chip with eight cores, 2GB RAM
- 13 + 5 megapixel camera on the back, 8 megapixel camera front
- Selfiecamera of 8 megapixel
- 16 or 32GB of storage built in, expandable with memory card
- Battery capacity: 3500 mAh
- Runs on Android Oreo, with a guaranteed three-year security and two years bigger updates
More and more Nokia smartphones
In the past few months has Nokia in a rapid pace, many new smartphones released. So the company has now about half a dozen smartphones under 200 euro, all released in the past year: the Nokia 1, 2.1, 3.1, 5.1, 6.1, and now the Nokia 3.1 Plus. All models also have virtually the same features, what’s in it for the ordinary consumer can now quite difficult to distinguish them.
Like Nokia used to, about the update policy of all these smartphones is very good. Nokia ensures monthly security updates until three years after the release, so until the end of 2021. And although the 3.1 Plus now runs on Android Oreo, there will be an update soon to Android Pie. Also, Android Q and R are insured, because Nokia promises two years of system upgrades.
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