Battery poor. But can manage a day. Phone get stuck. After 3 months its almost dead
I just recently purchased this budget smart phone. There is one great concern so far, the battery needs to be charged every day. If have had another chance I would have never purchased the Nokia 3.1. Extremely poor battery performance.
i want a know for nokia 3 is who manydays hage after purchase it is better or thredclass product just like nokia lounch when item i think have nokia 2 cell but now i phone purchase or not pls give advice
It is a CRAP. Even for a minimal user like me, its battery is short, picture quality is just above average, and the worst feature is its Calendar. If you rely on this to keep up with your engagements, don't bet on this. It takes several screens to set up, too complex and its reminders are hardly audible. Manual is non-existent. Regret buying this. My previous phone, Lumia 435, also from Nokia stable, at half the pirce was way better, but unfortunately worked for only two years.
Is the review based on a RAM 2GB or 3GB? Can't find any mention of it! The battery test gives an endurance rating of 56h. Assuming that the review is based on a RAM of 2GB, will the endurance rating for a 3GB variant be proportionately better - 84h?
At least some one thought that a phone should be handy enough ....needs some bezel removal and this would be a super cute budget phone
Anonymous, 01 Aug 201818:9 tall screen with a 5.2-inch screen and huge bezels is really bad...In budget phones... not so much.
18:9 tall screen with a 5.2-inch screen and huge bezels is really bad...
FYI, nokia is bought by foxconn director. do your research!
As many china-droid, made in the same plant. For the similar price, u could have better spec phone with same made (craftmanship).
I wouldn't call it crap, but nowadays nokia phones are simply over-priced china-droid.
Anonymous, 31 Jul 2018€150 for this crap?!! glad I'm no fanboyActually, you are, if you weren't you would have not dispose your ignorance to the world showing hatred against something you do not even.know or understand;).
Anonymous, 31 Jul 2018€150 for this crap?!! glad I'm no fanboyYou dont need to be a fanboy to spend 150€ on a entrylevel phone?! 3000mAh, 32GB ROM with 3GB RAM is quite nice running Android One - wouldnt know a worthy competitor really. But ye, guess "anonymous" is running flagships only. btw you guys in india get much nicer phones with this pricetag.
Rony, 29 Jul 2018Nokia 3.1 is the best phone in range Ugliest with those huge bezels
lolsomany, 29 Jul 2018not worthy when battery can't even reach 70 hourIt can... On standby :D
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2018[Replying to 39h] I bought a brand new Samsung Galaxy J6 (J600G black) with 32 gig of storage... moreYou're right. J6 is better phone, have way better battery life (due to 14nm proc), better Super Amoled screen, and probbably better camera. For that price, 116, 130 euros, J6 is good phone. Problem is J6 here in EU is priced for some rason, more than 200 euros, and for that price there are like 10 better phones to chose from, even similar priced (10 euros difference) a6 is better because of metal unibody build.. Anyway, this 3.1 with Mediatek processor, and because of that week battery life (see endurance rating here) is not worth in my opinion, not worth more than 100 euros max. Because Huawei have better phones in that price range, Xiaomi also. And most of those phones supports treble (and comes with 8.0 or 8.1 preinstalled) so Stock Android is not a problem.. If X6 (6 Plus) is priced for 170-200 euros, that phone is way better, than this 3.1. But i think that will be more, maybe close to 260 euros, and in that price range Mi 8 SE is way better than x6 etc.. Today you can't buy good smartphone for chip price here in EU, maybe some Xiaomi like 5 Plus, Note 5 Al or something like that, bit rhats it :/