Nokia has returned to the Indian smartphone market. One of the devices leading its charge in the country is the Nokia 3. The premium budget smartphone will compete against the likes of Moto E. So, after having spent a bit of time away from India, does Nokia stand a chance at recapturing its former glory? If yes, this phone will be contributing quite a bit to it. With that in mind, let’s take a look at Nokia 3 price in India, launch date, specifications, and features
Nokia 3 Price in India
The Nokia 3 (cheapest of the three) is priced at Rs 9,499. It will be available exclusively via offline channels from June 16. The Nokia 3 is available in two variants – single SIM and dual SIM. However, considering how folks here carry two phones instead of one, expect the dual SIM variant only to come to India. For that, a Rs 9,999 price tag seems nice.
Nokia 3 India Launch Date
|Launch Date||13 June 2017|
HMD Global has unveiled its latest Android smartphones (Nokia 6, 5 and 3) to the Indian market. The three smartphones were globally unveiled at the Mobile World Conference (MWC), Barcelona in February, this year.
Nokia 3 Specifications
|Processor||1.3GHz quad-core 64-bit MediaTek MTK6737|
|Internal Storage||16GB (expandable up to 128GB)|
|Display||5.0-inch, HD (1280x720p) resolution, LCD, 16:9 aspect ratio|
|OS||Android 7.0 Nougat|
|Primary (rear) Camera||8-megapixel with flash|
For a budget smartphone, the Nokia 3 does have impressive hardware. For starters, the 8-megapixel cameras and 2630mAh battery seem quite good. It comes with stock Android 7.0 Nougat for a clutter-free look. It features an 8-megapixel camera on both the front and back. The Nokia 3 is backed by a 2650mAh battery.
Nokia 3 Features
- 8-megapixel cameras
- 5-inch screen
- Android 7.0 Nougat
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Four color options
The Nokia 3 features a polycarbonate body and metallic frame on the sides. It measures 143.4 x 71.4 x 8.4mm. The Nokia 3 does not have too many special features. However, you don’t expect much from a budget smartphone now, do you? Even then, it comes with NFC, which is not as popular in this segment as it should be yet. So, that is one trick of this phone its maker can capitalize on. Will this phone be able to script a success story for Nokia as a brand? Let’s keep our verdict on this phone reserved for later.