Talking about the festive season, Mehta said the company has bolstered its portfolio through the year and is in a stronger position as compared to the previous year. You get an aluminium build which is unlike any other I've seen on a smartphone. "We have been strengthening our portfolio to offer a varied selection of devices to our customers", he said.
In terms of pricing and availability, the Nokia 3.1 Plus gets a price tag of INR 11,499 and will be available starting October 19. The new Nokia 8110 comes to compete against the likes of the budget 4G LTE-enabled feature phones in India like the JioPhone 2 (review) and Micromax Bharat 1. One was the Nokia 8110 4G, a revamp of the iconic banana phone that was first unveiled back at MWC 2018.More news: Roger Federer suffers shock defeat to Borna Coric in Shanghai semifinal
This is published unedited from the PTI feed. As the same suggests, the phone is a successor to the Nokia 3.1 which was launched in India a couple of months ago. The device also carries a 3,500 mAh very big battery which last for more than a day in standby mode. Although it's not pretty sure that the leaked device is of Nokia phones that will be headed back to the USA android market, but it does make it obvious that the Verizon (VZ) might be testing out the consumer interest in phones. The new Nokia 3.1 Plus is a derivative of this product-making mindset and it impresses.
The internal storage can be expandable up to 400GB via a microSD card.
On the rear, the phone has a primary 13MP camera, coupled with a secondary 5MP camera. There is also a single LED flash for low light photos. HMD Global has instead added live bokeh on the smartphone's cameras.