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Nokia 3.1 arrives in the US, and it’s so cheap

by Justin Herrick | June 25, 2018June 25, 2018 8:30 am PDT

The Nokia 3.1 will soon be available in the United States.

Starting on July 2, you’ll be able to purchase HMD Global’s budget-friendly mobile device from Amazon and Best Buy for just $159.

It features a 5.2-inch HD+ (1440×720) display with 18:9 aspect ratio. a MediaTek 6750 processor, 2GB of memory, 16GB of storage, and 13MP and 8MP cameras. Those are modest specifications, but remember you’re paying less than $200 here.

Aside from being affordable, the Nokia 3.1 is a decent entry-level phone with Android One to promise up-to-date, secure software. Google takes care of system upgrades for two years and security patches for three years. So phones like the Nokia 3.1 aren’t left outdated and vulnerable for very long if at all.

If you’re searching for a new phone but don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars, HMD Global’s Nokia 3.1 is worth considering. Amazon currently has it up for pre-order, but there’s nothing on Best Buy’s website yet. Both retailers will let you choose between White/Iron, Blue/Copper, and Black/Chrome for colors.

We’ll be getting our hands on the Nokia 3.1 soon, and we’ll let you know just how good of a value it is.

Buy now: Amazon

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Justin Herrick

Justin is easily attracted to power buttons. His interest in technology started as a child in the 1990s with the original PlayStation, and two...

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