There is a common misconception that cheap phones don’t offer the best user experience. This really depends from manufacturer to manufacturer as we have seen some budget phones that have gone on to become extremely popular. For those who aren’t in the market for a phone that would cost them an arm and a leg, HMD Global is happy to oblige.

The company has recently announced its latest Nokia-branded smartphone in the form of the Nokia 3.1 Plus. As its naming scheme might suggest, this isn’t the highest-end Nokia phone you might be able to expect, but given its specs and price, it seems like a potential value for money purchase.

The phone will feature a 6-inch HD+ display, an increase from the 5.2-inches from its predecessor that was launched earlier this summer. Under the hood, we’re also looking at the use of a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset, and there will be two RAM + storage configurations that users can choose from: 2GB/16GB or 3GB/32GB, but regardless either model will support microSD memory expansion.

The phone will also be packing a 3,500mAh battery that apparently is good for about 2 days of usage, along with a dual camera setup on the back featuring a 13MP + 5MP combo. There will also be a fingerprint sensor, an 8MP front-facing camera, and will come with Android One as its platform of choice. As for pricing, the Nokia 3.1 Plus will be priced at $185 and $210 for the 2GB and 3GB RAM variants respectively.

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