Nokia 9 Pure View is not only the new device that got official today, but the company also made some other phones official, as well. With that said, MWC in Barcelona made saw the Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 3.2, and Nokia 4.2. Also, the masses got to see the company’s latest feature phone – Nokia 210.
The most premium phone on the lot is Nokia 4.2. Interestingly, it’s a new series phone from the company with the first one to use a number 4 in the model name. Anyways, the phone has a glass-sandwich design with a plastic frame in the middle. Nokia 4.2 packs a waterdrop-notched TFT display of 720p that measures 5.71″ in diagonal. And, runs on an octa-core Snapdragon 439 SoC. The internals includes 2/16 or 3/32GB, and the storage is expandable via microSD card slots.
The cameras on the Nokia 4.2 are basic with a 13MP f/2.2 primary snapper. Also, there’s a 2MP secondary camera for depth sensing. Basic features like phase-detect autofocus are present along with a LED flash. And, the phone supports the night mode which enables decent photography in low lights.
The phone packs an 8MP selfie shooter camera. Even more, it has got AI facial recognition along with a fingerprint scanner on the rear. Above all, the Nokia 34.3 gets a dedicated Google’s smart assistant button. Well, that is a small little addition to the phone.
Lastly, the phone has got 4G connectivity along with NFC, FM Radio, and android One support. The Nokia 4.3 will embark its sales in April and the available colors will be – Black and Pink Sand. The phone will retail at $169 for the 16GB model and $199 for the 32GB one.
The Nokia 3.2 will cut even less money from your pocket, and its a successor to the Nokia 3.1 and 3.1 Plus. With that said, the phone has got even more massive screen and smaller bezels. Apart from that, the battery, SpC, and Android OS are new.
Anyways, the Nokia 3.2 packs in a massive 6.26″ TFT screen of 720 x 1,520 pixels. Again, there’s a waterdrop notch that hides in a 5MP camera selfie shooter. Under the hood, there’s a Snapdragon 429 chipset, and the phone comes in 2/16 or 3/32GB internals. Even more, the 3GB/32GB model is the only one to feature a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The optics on the phone are decent for its price. A single 13MP primary shooter on the phone carries autofocus and a LED flash. There’s no night mode, and the phone support AI on the front camera.
A whopping 4,000 mAh battery on Nokia 3.2 delivers outstanding batter. And, the phone runs on stock Android One UI. The phone supports 4G, NFC and FM Radio. Also, a dedicated Google Assistant key exists to complete your AI tasks.
The Noki 3.2 will be available in April, and the company offers the phone in black and steel colors. The phone costs $139 for the 16GB model and $169 for the 32GB one with the fingerprint scanner.
Nokia 1 Plus
Nokia has got another variant of the Nokia 1, as well. The company calls it Nokia 1 Plus, and it has quite a few improvements. The phone still runs on Android Go, but now it has a taller 5.45″ screen and a larger 2,500 mAh battery.
Under the hood, the Nokia 1 Plus runs on the same MT6739 SoC along with PowerVR GE8100 GPU. The internals of the phone include 1/8GB configuration only, and that’s no departure from the original phone.
The latest Android Go version on the Nokia 1 Plus runs on Android 9 Pie. The phone has got a single 8MP camera on its rear, and the front camera is a 5MP selfie shooter.
The all-new Nokia 1 Plus will be available in three different colors – black, red, and blue options. At $89, it’s a clear winner, but there will exist a limited variant in Latin Amera. With that said, it will cost $99 for 16GB of internal storage. Also, one can swap the back and replace the battery on the phone. Well done Nokia!
Nokia is now the worlds largest feature phone maker. To commemorate this moment, Nokia launches the new Nokia 210 for the masses. It’ clearly a feature phone that runs on S30 software.
The Nokia 210 has got a 2.4″ QVGA screen, a VGA camera on the rear, and a LED flash. One can use Facebook, Opera Mini Browser, and Classic Snake game on the phone. The storage on the phone is not enough to download plenty from the Mobile store, so better luck next time Nokia!
At $35, Nokia 210 is a steal deal with limited storage. Well, what do you think about the new Nokia budget phone lineup? Do let us know in the comments section below.