Nokia 3 Review |July 16, 2017
Best Phone available in Market in that budget. Stylish, lightweight and solid design.
Reason for buying Nokia 3
- Solid design
- Stock Android interface
Reason for not to buying Nokia 3
- Won’t be able to run high-powered apps
- Limited camera
- 5-inch IPS 720p display
- 8MP front-facing camera
- 8MP rear-facing camera
- MediaTek CPU
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB storage
- Android 7.1.1
- 2,630 mAh battery
- Manufacturer: Nokia
- Price: 17000Rs.
hey, guys, this month Syntax Communications gave us an opportunity to hands on the latest Nokia 3 (Android). You might hear lots of Rumours about Nokia 3. Now it’s time to see, what s inside the machine.
As you can see in images that the design is very good, the same case with user experience as well, a pure Android experience and a super low price tag. Yeah, it not so early to say that soon Nokia will resonate and restore its image in Mobile Market. Now let’s talk about Nokia 3 Features.
The Nokia 3 comes with a 5-inch HD display, MediaTek quad-core chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 8MP rear camera, 8MP wide-angle front snapper and 2,650mAh battery.
The Nokia 3 is out now in the Pakistan and costs 17000RS. The Nokia 3’s compact solid design and metal frame means it fits easily into the hand. easy to hand and less chance of slipping the phone. The back of this phone is made of polycarbonate.
The rounded corner of Nokia 3 reminds me of Lumia Range of Windows phone. There’s a bright 5-inch HD screen up front and the polarised IPS display gives crisp, clear images and good visibility. There’s a resolution of 1280 x 720, and it’s coated in Gorilla Glass for added protection.
We found the display to be pretty impressive given the price of the Nokia 3, and we’d have no problem watching videos and playing games on this screen. The OS is stock Android 7 Nougat which means the Nokia 3 has a clutter-free on-screen experience, without any clunky overlays or pre-installed bloatware. the other benefit is you will get prompt security and software updates, which is always good to know.
As we told you about that Nokia 3 Won’t be able to run high-powered apps because its not high-end media machine. The quad-core MediaTek chipset and 2GB of RAM won’t want to be pushed too hard.
So graphically-intensive mobile games fans stay away from this device.
There is a microSD slot on the Nokia 3, allowing you to expand on the 16GB of internal space by up to another 128GB, and it also supports 4G connectivity for fast data speeds.
There’s a 2,650mAh non-removable battery inside the Nokia 3 which should provide a reasonable amount of usage from a single charge, but it’s something we’ll put to the test in our in-depth review.
The 8MP front and rear cameras offer up basic shooting opportunities, but image quality is still perfectly acceptable for a phone of this price, and you’ll be hard pushed to be genuinely disappointed about anything on show here.