Nokia 3.1 Plus with dual rear cameras launched in India

Nokia 3.1 Plus with dual rear cameras launched in India

Nokia 3.1 Plus with dual rear cameras launched in India

Nokia is a name that had all but disappeared from the smartphone market in the U.S. until HMD Global acquired it in 2016. The budget phone will come with stock Android Oreo as part of the Android One program.

Fierce competition or festival sales by e-commerce companies such as Amazon and Flipkart, would not let down demand for its handsets at offline retail stores, a top official at HMD Global said here on Thursday. Nokia promises 3 years of regular security updates and 2 years of major Android upgrades. The new phone jumps up from a tall 5.2-inch display to a 6-inch display, still at an 18:9 aspect ratio, and it adds a fingerprint sensor to the back without adding much to its sub-$200 price.

The Nokia 8110 4G, also known as the Banana phone runs on KaiOS, the same OS that powers the JioPhone.

Advances in machine learning and AI features, such as Adaptive Battery and App Actions, ensure smarter resourcing of power and processing and accelerate smartphone functionality. It features a 2.4-inch QVGA display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The sale for Nokia 3.1 Plus begins October 19. Around the other side there is an 8MP front-facing camera. The phone comes in two variants: NEX A and NEX S - we expect Vivo to only launch the topend NEX S in India because they're gunning for the premium market. It is backed by a 3,500mAh battery.

In terms of performance, the Nokia 8110 4G is powered by a dual-core Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform coupled with Adreno 304 GPU. Similarly, for the Nokia 3.1Plus to Airtel subscribers of up to 1TB 4G data on a plan of ₹199 or above, the company said. You also get up to 32GB of internal storage which is expandable via microSD card up to 400GB. The new Nokia 3.1 Plus is a derivative of this product-making mindset and it impresses.

Considering that the Nokia 5.1 Plus was launched in India at a price of Rs 10,999, we are sure that the price of Nokia 3.1 Plus is going to remain well under Rs 10,000. The rear camera comes backed by a single soft LED flash, while the front camera relies on the screen flash option for low-light selfies.

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