The new Nokia 3.1 's comes with slim CNC'd aluminium sides with a dual diamond cut, according to the vendor, which describes it as its most affordable 18:9 smartphone with 5.2-inch HD+ display. The 2.5D curved display is protected by damage resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.
The Nokia 3.1 runs MediaTek 6750 octa-core chipset, giving a 50% performance boost on the previous generation, said the vendor. It features an upgraded 13MP main camera with auto focus, and its full set of sensors usually only found on premium phones supports most popular AR apps like Pokemon Go.
The new Nokia 3.1 will come in three colors: blue/copper, black/chrome and white/iron; two storage/RAM options: 2GB/16Gb, 3GB/32GB; and will be available starting June 2018 at a global average retail price of EUR139.
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