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Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue

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Bullet Points Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue
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  • - 12.7 cm (5") 1280 x 720 pixels
  • - MediaTek MT6737 1.3 GHz
  • - 2 GB 16 GB MicroSD (TransFlash) 128 GB
  • - 4G Dual SIM
  • - Bluetooth Near Field Communication (NFC)
  • - Single camera 8 MP
  • - 2630 mAh
  • - Android 7.0
Long product name Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue :
The long product name of Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue. For easy access to this data, refer to the "ProductDescription" block and the "ShortDesc" tag in XML or the "Description" block and the "LongProductName" tag in JSON.

5" 1280 x 720 IPS, GSM/WCDMA/LTE, MTK 6737 Quad-core 1.3Ghz, RAM: 2 GB, 8MP/8MP, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, MicroSD, Android 7.0
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Short summary description Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue:
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Nokia 3, 12.7 cm (5"), 2 GB, 16 GB, 8 MP, Android 7.0, Blue

Long summary description Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Nokia 3. Display diagonal: 12.7 cm (5"), Display resolution: 1280 x 720 pixels. Processor frequency: 1.3 GHz, Processor family: MediaTek, Processor model: MT6737. RAM capacity: 2 GB, Internal storage capacity: 16 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 8 MP, Rear camera type: Single camera. SIM card capability: Dual SIM. Operating system installed: Android 7.0. Battery capacity: 2630 mAh. Product colour: Blue

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Reviews
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2020-01-01 17:40:41
Uk has collected 154 expert reviews for Nokia 3 12.7 cm (5") Dual SIM Android 7.0 4G Micro-USB 2 GB 16 GB 2630 mAh Blue and the average expert rating is 66 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
66%
Source Review comments Score
expertreviews.co.uk
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
In 2014, Nokia left the smartphone arena. After years of producing great phones, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years as the only big firm making Window Phone handsets...
Good Great look, Attractive price...
Bad Sluggish performance, Mediocre battery life, Disappointing camera...
Bottom line Nokia’s first budget Android phone is a decent first effort, but a handful of niggles hold the Nokia 3 back...
60%
alphr.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
We weren't that enamoured with the Nokia 3 when we reviewed it last summer, and suffice it to say that time is even more unkind to budget phones than it is to flagships. The Nokia 3 wasn't our recommended budget phone in 2017, and it sure isn't in 2018 ei...
Bottom line I really, really, really wanted to like the Nokia 3. I've always loved the way the company designs its smartphones, and the look and feel of this model is classic Nokia. I like the fact that it runs pure Android and that it has 16GB of storage. It's also...
60%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
MWC is fast approaching, and Nokia – at least according to our invite – will be there in full force. But, what can we expect from the phones giant?If you recall, last year's MWC was Nokia's grand resurgence, following the acquisition from Finnish firm HMD...
Good Great look, Attractive price...
Bad Sluggish performance, Mediocre battery life, Disappointing camera...
Bottom line Nokia’s first budget Android phone is a decent first effort, but a handful of niggles hold the Nokia 3 back...
60%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
In our experience the best way to get a cheap phone is to buy it SIM-free then grab a great-value SIM-only deal. You won't be paying £50-odd per month for a phone for the next two years, and you can swap it for a newer model whenever you fancy it. All t...
0%
rappler.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
If there's one thing to write home about the Nokia 3, it's the design that exudes a premium feel. At first touch, you wouldn't feel you were holding an entry-level device, with its matte back and glossy, curved-glass front. But does the Nokia 3 hold its o...
0%
bit.com.au
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
In 2014, Nokia left the smartphone arena. After years of producing great phones, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years as the only big firm making Window Phone handsets...
Bottom line Nokia's first stab at a budget Android smartphone looks great but apart from that, it doesn't bring anything noteworthy to the table. Its performance, battery life and camera very much reflect its budget price. Still, for $249, you won't find much better...
60%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
Nokia is back, and with it comes new Android phones. HMD Global, a Finnish startup, is using the Nokia brand to bring the new phones to the market, as well as a reboot of the famous and much-loved Nokia 3310. Here, we take a closer look at the Nokia 3...
Bottom line We had high hopes for the Nokia 3, but the final phone is a bit of a disappointment. We can't deny that it looks absolutely fantastic for the price, and we're fans of Nokia's decision to stick to stock Android, but it's just cut too many corners on the in...
60%
itpro.co.uk
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
Sign up for our daily newsletter In 2014, Nokia left the smartphone arena. After years of producing great phones, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years as the only big...
Good Great look, Attractive price...
Bad Sluggish performance, Mediocre battery life, Disappointing camera...
Bottom line Nokia's first stab at a budget Android smartphone is decent enough, but it doesn't bring anything noteworthy to the table. It's a looker, sure, and its display is pretty good, but elsewhere it's disappointing. Performance is below par, battery life isn...
60%
trustedreviews.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
The Nokia 3 is the first attempt by HMD Global – the brand that owns the Nokia name – to create a budget smartphone. It's a wannabe Moto G5 rival, but one that doesn't quite offer as much as our favourite budget phone of 2017. The Nokia 3 is reminiscent...
Good Great software, Budget price, Battery life will get you through the day...
Bad Terrible performance, Bad display, Unreliable camera...
Bottom line Nokia 3 – Software Nokia has worked closely with Google in the production of this range of Android phones, and that shows in the software. The downside to many budget phones is that they often ship with heavy software layers that work the already limited...
60%
pocket-lint.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
When Nokia announced its return to smartphones, there was an understandable excitement about the 2017 version of the Nokia 3310, which saw the once classic phone dominate the headlines once again. We remarked at the time that this might be a bad thing, d...
Good Quality design and build...
Bad Poor display quality, laggy performance, poor battery life with no fast charging...
Bottom line The Nokia 3 feels like the wrong first step for a new Nokia. We accept that there's a great demand for phones that are affordable, but with the likes of Motorola offering some great devices around this price or a fraction higher, it's hard to see how the...
60%
stuff.tv/my/
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
A flagship phone is like a tailored suit - sure, you pay more, but that's because it's been nipped and tucked in all the right places.The Nokia 3 ? It's something you'd pick up in Primark, not Prada. But when you're paying pennies, it's easier to forgive...
Good Looks more than it costs, Near-standard Android UI, Decent price...
Bad Not enough power, Below-average battery, No fingerprint sensor...
Bottom line As a first stepping stone into Android, the Nokia 3 isn't a bad buy - but it ain't a great one, either.For RM599 you get a good-looking phone, without any hateful custom UI getting between you and your apps, but the fairly basic screen, slow camera and su...
60%
gadgetscentral.co.uk
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
After years of producing great phones in the past, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years.Now, however, after a three-year sabbatical, the Nokia is back with a new range...
Bottom line Nokia's first stab at a budget Android smartphone is decent enough, but it doesn't bring anything noteworthy to the table. It's a looker, sure, and its display is pretty good, but elsewhere it's disappointing. Performance is below par, battery life isn't...
0%
gadgetscentral.co.uk
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
After years of producing great phones in the past, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years.Now, however, after a three-year sabbatical, the Nokia is back with a new range...
Bottom line Nokia's first stab at a budget Android smartphone is decent enough, but it doesn't bring anything noteworthy to the table. It's a looker, sure, and its display is pretty good, but elsewhere it's disappointing. Performance is below par, battery life isn't...
0%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
A flagship phone is like a tailored suit - sure, you pay more, but that's because it's been nipped and tucked in all the right places.The Nokia 3 ? It's something you'd pick up in Primark, not Prada. But when you're paying pennies, it's easier to forgive...
Good Looks more than it costs, Near-standard Android UI, Decent price...
Bad Not enough power, Below-average battery, No fingerprint sensor...
Bottom line As a first stepping stone into Android, the Nokia 3 isn't a bad buy - but it ain't a great one, either. For £130 you get a good-looking phone, without any hateful custom UI getting between you and your apps, but the fairly basic screen, slow camera and s...
60%
techpinas.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
Nokia 3 is the most affordable of the three midrange Android smartphones that HMD Global officially announced in the Philippines last June 8, 2017. Arriving in our country just in time for back-to-school gadget shopping, Nokia 3 is a great choice for stu...
0%
dronthego.net
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
I was able to get some hands-on time with the Nokia 3 during today's launch. One of the few Android-powered phones in the Finnish-brand's new lineup, the Nokia 3 is the most affordable of them all. Before anything else, Here's a rundown of the 3's specs:F...
0%
unbox.ph
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
A few months after their announcement in Mobile World Congress, the new Nokia smartphones are now ready for primetime in the Philippines. HMD Oy, the company that's authorized by Nokia to use their name have officially unveiled the new devices earlier to...
0%
mobilephones.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeAs far as mobile phone reviews go, the Nokia 3 review is fairly short, as Nokia has opted to keep the experience as close to a stock Android experience as possible. This has obviously kept the pri...
77%
techradar.com
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
The Nokia 3 is the entry-level smartphone in the brand's new trio of devices (there's also the rebooted Nokia 3310 feature phone), offering up a solid design, a pure Android experience and a super low price tag.It may not turn many heads, but the Nokia 3...
Good Super low cost, Solid design, Stock Android interface...
Bad Won't be able to run high-powered apps...
Bottom line The Nokia 3 looks to be a strong budget offering and its stylish design and extremely low price tag could shake up the market...
60%
technave.com
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
With the closing of the MWC 2017 last week, we saw some cool technology showcased in Barcelona, ranging from cars to advanced cloud storage technology. However, in this article we will be looking into the smartphone category and tell you our favourite top...
0%
thunderbaylive.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:41
Finally, a Nokia Android smartphone! We're taking a look at the new Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 live from MWC 2017!Download the AndroidAuthority App: Subscribe to our YouTube channel: —————————————————- Stay connected to Android Authority: – – – –...
0%
t3me.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
Expert reviews...
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notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
Welcome back! Nokia re-enters the ring of smartphone manufacturers and adds an entry-level device to the market, the Nokia 3. In our tests we will uncover whether it has to hide behind the good-sounding name or will boost it to new heights...
Good metal bezel, stylish casing, relatively pure Android, comparatively many LTE bands, loud speakers and earpieces, bright, high-contrast screen, low temperatures, low power consumption...
Bad poor camera quality, inaccurate GPS, microphone a bit too insensitive, heterogeneous screen illumination, strong bluish tint, non-removable battery...
78%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
Nokia is back in town. A new company, HMD Global, has taken ownership of the popular brand and has big plans for the future, including a flagship phone with top specs. But even before that anticipated flagship, the new Nokia is back with a few affordable...
Good Low price, Very good build quality and likable design, Clean Android interface, Supports microSD memory expansion, Decent photo quality...
Bad Video quality is trash, Display looks bad: has a terrible blue tint, Underpowered, stuttery performance, Scant storage...
Bottom line At launch, the Nokia 3 sells for a price of less than €140 in Europe (the equivalent of $160), and at the time of this writing is not yet officially sold in the United States. This is one of the cheapest phones around, but that does not mean that there ar...
60%
channelpostmea.com
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2020-01-01 17:40:40
HMD Global announced a new gamut of Nokia-branded smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the start of this year. The new devices launched included Nokia 3, an entry-level Android-based device aimed at Nokia loyalists.The Nokia 3 offers a sol...
0%
androidauthority.com
Updated:
2020-01-01 17:40:40
Nokia used to be the star of mobile tech shows, but it's been years since MWC Barcelona showcased a genuinely exciting Nokia phone. Well, that changed this year, as you surely already know. Nokia smartphones are back – albeit through a licensing deal – an...
Good Design and Build quality, Good display, Monthly security updates...
Bad Inconsistent camera performance, No fast charging, Average performance...
Bottom line The Nokia 6 is a good enough device for a lot of people, but not for everyone. It's a pity there are few misses here and there that makes it stop short of being an overall well-rounded package that one would've liked it to be...
83%