Nokia 3.1 lands July 2 for a ridiculous $159

Nokia 3.1 lands July 2 for a ridiculous $159

Google made the new firmware available for non-Google devices including Smartphones from brands like OnePlus, Xiaomi, Nokia, Essential, Sony, Vivo, and Oppo Smartphones.

Now there is no information about how Nokia intends to implement this feature though. The 3.1 comes with a MediaTek 6750 processor, which isn't as fast as the midrange Qualcomm chips you see in a lot of budget phones. Nevertheless, several Nokia phones in China offer proper facial recognition too, such as the Nokia X6, delivering seamless unlocking. However, Nokia's latest smartphones seem to lack it. The display is also using older Gorilla Glass 3. Also, the smartphone sports a 5.2-inch HD+ display, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a secondary 8-megapixel camera for selfie, and a 2,990 mAh battery. Turns out that is indeed the case, as HMD and Nokia have confirmed this week that the Nokia 3.1 will go on sale in the United States on Monday, July 2. "We've made sure Nokia 3.1 delivers the flawless balance between power and design so our customers do not need to compromise".

Nokia 3.1 is entering the Android One family where it joins the comprehensive range of Nokia smartphones already delivering an experience designed by Google that is smart, secure and simply unbelievable. Two major retailers will sell the affordable smartphone next month: Amazon and Best Buy. The feature can be fooled easily by a photo or a video of the person and hence the fingerprint sensor is used more to unlock the devices as it provides a more secure option.

On the basis of tips received from our readers, we will collate a list of markets and the Nokia 3 variants for which June Security update is now available. With a commitment to innovation and quality, HMD is the proud exclusive licensee of the Nokia brand for phones and tablets.

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