HMD introduces Nokia 3.1 Plus entry-level Android One smartphone

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 11, 2018

With all three devices part of the Android One program, the Nokia 7.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 5.1 Plus will be running the closest version to stock Android. The teaser video of the upcoming smartphone from Nokia India confirms the long camera module to hold the dual camera sensors along with LED flash. With 6.0 inch display screen, Nokia 7 Plus will be the HMD Global phone with the biggest display.

Use the drop-down menus and sliders below to find the ideal contract plan for you. This will be an IPS LCD screen with an FHD+ resolution.

On the imaging duties, the device features a dual rear camera setup, including a 13MP f/2.0 camera along with PDAF lens and a 5MP f/2.4 monochrome sensor and fixed focus lens. It also had a Zeiss camera setup.

In the dark, the pictures will have noise due to high ISO but focusing isn't too hard and the photos don't blur out when the phone is used in low light mode. This makes for better camera performance, according to the company. At the front, there is an 8-megapixel sensor for capturing selfies. The device is powered by a Helio P22 processor and is also the first entry-level Nokia with a fingerprint reader. The right profile comes with volume controls and power on/off button, while the left features two SIM tray with one sporting single nano-SIM, while the other, comes with one nano and one microSD card slot.

The phone performed well with the configuration in the day to day usage with apps like WhatsApp, Chrome, Maps etc. and while there were a few stutters here and there, there was nothing that made the phone unusable at all.

The update brings the new system navigation, settings menu, adaptive battery, and also October's security patch.

By following our step by step tutorial you can easily enroll to Pie Beta and update your Nokia 6.1 Plus to Android Pie Beta. Furthermore, Nokia has proved to the world that it is quick to offer firmware updates and the phones produced have always featured great build quality.

Costing just Rs 10,999, Nokia 5.1 Plus stands out in the budget segment. Are you going to try out the Android Pie beta on your smartphone?

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