With Android One software.
The new Nokia 3.1 is the fourth Nokia phone designed by Google to land in the Android One family. As well as maximised screen space and an easy to use interface it comes with a set of pre-installed apps and free, unlimited photo storage with Google Photos. It also carries other Google innovations such as Google Assistant, regular security updates and two years of OS upgrades.
Features include a large 5.2-inch HD+ display with 18:9 ratio, a 13MP auto-focus rear camera and 8MP front camera with an 84.6-degree field of view that fits in more selfies. The Octa-Core chipset delivers twice the processor cores and a 50% performance boost on the previous generation model.
HDM Global country manager, Mark Trundle said the Nokia 3 has been an extremely successful part of the Nokia smartphone line up in Australia. “With the new Nokia 3.1, we’ve crafted a perfect balance between power and design in our most affordable Android One smartphone to date,” he said.
The Nokia 3.1 2GB/16GB variant will be offered in three colours, black/home and white/iron will be available in August at JB HiFi and Harvey Norman at $249, and blue/copper will be offered exclusively through Harvey Norman, also priced at $249 RRP.