Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Top-indent plan without the score however there's more

Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Top-indent plan without the score however there's more 

Indeed, Nokia 3.1 Plus has great showcase and plan however the telephone is somewhat frustrating with regards to performance. Read our full review of the most recent spending plan Nokia cell phone. 
Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Top-indent plan without the score however there's more
Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Top-indent plan without the score however there's more 

HMD Global not long ago propelled another financial plan cell phone, Nokia 3.1 Plus. Valued at Rs 11,499, the cell phone is a financial plan cell phone which contends with Xiaomi's Redmi Note 5, Note 5 Pro, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1, Realme 2 Pro . We've been utilizing the cell phone for a while now, and here's our nitty gritty review. 

In the wake of utilizing cell phones with an indent show, it felt somewhat abnormal and took some time changing in accordance with how the normal telephone screen. Disregarding avoiding the indent in a vast showcase, the cell phone doesn't have thicker bezels. It has an extensive form factor however which may not engage everybody. 

I especially preferred the execution of intensity catch and volume keys on the new Nokia 3.1 Plus. For the most part, it is anything but a major component in cell phone reviews, yet Nokia's is worth specifying. It's thin and conveys a pleasant haptic criticism. Nokia 3.1 Plus highlights matte complete on its aluminum body. A comparative plan can be seen on the Honor Play cell phone. Nokia 3.1 Plus isn't as attractive as its kin, however has a pleasant look and feel. 

The 6-inch HD+ show with a viewpoint proportion of 18:9 is the feature of the cell phone. By and large, it was a decent affair and the substantial presentation helps upgrade the video spilling knowledge. The presentation quality is fresh with the appropriate measure of color reproduction indoors and outdoors. 

Another feature of the cell phone is its 3,500mAh battery. HMD Global promises two-day battery life on the Nokia 3.1 Plus. Amid our use, Nokia 3.1 Plus didn't keep going that long. All things considered, battery life isn't awful however on this telephone and you can utilize the telephone for right around multi day before it the battery hits the basic low-level. Multi day-long battery life is certainly not a terrible thing at all for a financial plan cell phone. 

One problem which I looked on the Nokia 3.1 Plus was that it didn't provide a smooth performance. Albeit fueled by MediaTek's Helio P22 processor, the cell phone is somewhat moderate. Moving through numerous applications in the meantime would make the telephone back off or even accident at some point. Cell phones at a similar value extend like Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 don't compromise on the performance. 

Nokia 3.1 Plus accompanies a huge screen without a score (HT Photo) 

For photography, Nokia 3.1 Plus has a double camera setup of 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel sensors. As far as camera performance, Nokia 3.1 Plus is normal. The double cameras offer profundity center around photographs which can be balanced with the 'Live Bokeh' highlight. Selfies were somewhat superior to the photographs taken from the back cameras. Honor 9N offers would be a superior pick for good photography. 

Nokia 3.1 Plus keeps running on Android 8.1 Oreo. On the product front, you get stock Android matched with Google's Android One platform. The cell phone offers a liquid Android involvement with a basic and clean UI. 


Nokia 3.1 Plus inspires us with its one of a kind plan and construct quality. Performance, in any case, is somewhat baffling. Camera can likewise be much better. At value point, Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 or Redmi 6 Pro and Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 are better choices. ALSO READ: Nokia 6.1 Plus review

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