The Nokia 3.1 was a decent value option when it was released by HMD Global back in July, but it was missing some key features like a fingerprint sensor. It was also pretty small.
Now, HMD Global is back with a revamped version called the Nokia 3.1 Plus, and it addresses some of these complaints. 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 3.1 also moves up to a somewhat nicer and newer MediaTek processor, the Helio P22. It’s still paired with 2GB or 3GB of RAM, so this is still very much a budget phone when it comes to power, but it should be an improvement.
HMD Global is also…
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Author: Jacob Kastrenakes
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