After a launch in India in October, HMD Global is all set to release its cheap Nokia 3.1 Plus in China on November 22. Suning.com, a Chinese e-commerce portal site, teased the handset and revealed that sales will begin that very day. Nokia continues to be garnering a lot of attention recently with it has pocket-friendly Nokia X series in China. The HMD Global-backed brand has made a powerful comeback with Android OS after moving under the radar a few years back. Luckily, there’s no notch to be viewed anywhere on the handset. It boasts a metallic structure with a matte finish to the trunk and the iconic Nokia branding. There are two variants of the unit — 2GB of RAM + 16GB storage plus a 3GB + 32GB storage. It also has room additional microSD card storage.
As for optics, the handset has a 13-megapixel+5-megapixel dual-camera set up the rear beneath that establishes the fingerprint scanner. The power supply is a 3,500mAh battery which runs vanilla Android 8.1 Oreo. TENAA’s listing suggests the handset is going to be launched in two colors — White and Blue.
The Indian cost for the 2GB RAM version is Rs 9,499, while the 3GB version carries a price tag of Rs 11,499. The firm is well known for selling its telephones using cheaper price tags in China. Thus, the Nokia 3.1 Plus will cost RMB 899 from the country.