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As we have promised about Nokia 3.1 Plus review, here we are with a full plate device review. So let’s begin.
Pocket Attack: 11499 /-
First of all, let’s start with its specifications. It is having a 6.0’’ with resolution 720×1440 pixels which is IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen (16M colors). It is almost a bezel-less (18:9 ratio ~268 ppi density) display with good color reproduction as we are familiar with Nokia’s displays. Viewing angles are also decent. Screen looks good while watching videos or playing games.
It is loaded with MediaTek MT6762 Helio P22 (12 nm) chipset and PowerVR GE8320 GPU, Android 8.1 (Oreo) out of the box, which is running on Android One platform(that’s good). It comes in 32 GB, 3 RAM or 16 GB, 2 GB RAM variants and you could also use SD card to store more stuff in it. Overall memory distribution is good, with a good GPU and 1.5GHz octa-core (4x2GHz + 4×1.5GHz) processor multitasking is smooth along with a decent gaming performance (not a hardcore gaming device).
Now the most important feature, camera (Ji haa dosto photo kheechne ka yantra). It has a 13+5 MP dual back camera and an 8MP front camera with typical Nokia interface. But in this segment, it disappoints a bit. Camera performance is not that good as it should be. As we have seen a lot of devices in this price segment with a better camera performance. In normal lighting conditions, the camera performs good but the sharpness bothers a bit, bokeh effect is not that accurate as it should be. And the same is applicable for a front camera too. And things get little worse when you try to click pictures in low light condition. So definitely the camera performance is average, which is a bit disappointing by the brand like Nokia.
If we talk about the sensors it contains a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor which performs well, neither fastest nor slowest. Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass and Ambient light sensor are also available.
And yes it contains a battery too, oh wow. It is loaded with a 3500 mAh battery which lasts for a day at least, yes it varies depending on the uses but the approx one-day backup was given by it with a moderate use.
Overall the phone is good, the camera could be better and Nokia has to realize that the competition is high and they will have to try something new every time to keep the race alive because in this price band lots of other smartphone brands producing bit better specifications. In the weighing machine of W3canvas, this device gets an ‘Average’ score.
So that’s it for now, keep our affair alive for new, the latest and garma garam gossips. Till then enjoy Rosogulla B).