Nokia 3 is regarded as the first attempt by HMD Global, a company that
owns Nokia brand name.
5-inch IPS 720p display
8MP front-facing camera
8MP rear-facing camera
2,630 mAh battery
The Nokia 3comes in gorgeously crafted and carved polycarbonate back, a
solid aluminum frame with detailed finishing. With a matte plastic back
along with a metal edge. It is slightly round at the corners that make
it easier for the users to grip it comfortably in one hand. During
darkness, the users might face difficulty as capacitive buttons are
placed below the display that lacks backlight. The device is similar in
size to an iPhone 6/6S/7, and Moto G. It is lighter than those phones,
due to immense use of plastic in its body.
Bright HD Display
Nokia 3 comes in 5 inches screen panel with 720p resolution coated with
Corning Gorilla Glass for protection when required. Having Nokia 3 in
hands is enough to say goodbye to squinting, as now you can enjoy your
favorite videos, reading and using apps even while out in bright
daylight thanks to the plastic-coated polarized HD display.
There is a 16 GB internal memory built in for the users of Nokia 3 to
view all the photos, install apps, play videos and games etc. Many users
might find this space not sufficient to take care of all their extensive
usage, therefore, a micro SD card support is provided that can extend
the space up to 128 GB.
Presence of Sensors & 4G LTE Connectivity
Nokia 3 is fully supported by plenty of sensors to give you a perfect
connectivity experience, including accelerometer, gyroscope and NFC for
sharing. Users can facilitate from fast downloading and live streaming
of their favorite apps, videos, and sports matches with 4G LTE
connectivity. Uninterrupted music can be listened from this phone any
Considering the presence of low-resolution screen powered by a not
power-hungry processor, battery life of Nokia 3 is the pride attribute.
The 2630mAh battery installed isn’t actually that much different to that
of quad-HD Moto Z2 Force. Generally speaking, battery life is pretty
fine. The users will get three to four hours on-screen time, which is
perfectly sufficient. In case, users try to use more than one app at a
time, the battery power drops faster than usual, especially while using
Bluetooth and GPS. In case the users are navigating Google Maps, or
streaming Spotify with a pair of Bluetooth headphones, the battery will
shed power faster.
There is no option of fast battery charging, so although there is not a
huge battery life in terms of capacity, it will still take a while to
recharge. The lack of USB-C support is not a big concern, although,
hopefully, the next device will bid farewell to micro-USB.
Nokia 3 is available in pretty affordable for masses as it comes in
16,900 PKR. Average user can easily purchase it all over Pakistan.