The Nokia 3.1 Plus comes right after the Nokia 6.1 Plus and 5.1 Plus so one would naturally assume that it would bring a similar notched display and all-glass design, but it does not. HMD Global has not confirmed the actual selling price of the handset, but the leaked image of the retail box and the specifications mentioned on the same are ample indicators about the price segment in which the smartphone will fit. The Nokia 8110 4G, on the other hand, is priced at INR 5,999 and will be available in India starting October 24.
Airtel subscribers on Nokia 3.1 Plus can also get 1TB of 4G data on a plan of Rs 199 or above.
Nokia 3.1 Plus delivers better viewing experiences in its category thanks to its 6-inch (15.24 cm) HD+ display and 18:9 aspect ratio.
On the rear, the phone has a primary 13MP camera, coupled with a secondary 5MP camera. It supports live bokeh feature as well as manual mode and slow-motion. It also features an 8MP front-facing camera.
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The phone goes on sale in India this month, and it's supposed to expand globally.
"Today, we are extremely delighted to start the roll out of Android 9 Pie on Nokia 7 Plus - making us among the first to offer the latest innovations from Google, including Android One exclusive features such as App Notifications, to the value flagship tier". It gets a 2.4-inch QVGA screen with a resolution of 320x240 pixels that for 2018 might sound ridiculous.
Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform is powering the Nokia 8110. The storage is expandable up to 400GB via micro-SD card.
Additionally, the device supports most of the social media apps including WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter as well as Google Maps, Google Assistant and some basic popular games like Snake. The device sports a fingerprint sensor at the back. The rear camera comes backed by a single soft LED flash, while the front camera relies on the screen flash option for low-light selfies.