Those looking for a smartphone that's low-priced but still has decent specs might want to take a look at the Nokia 3.1 Plus which is only priced at £169.99.
The Nokia 3.1 Coupled with has a 6-inch HD+ display, dual rear camera (13MP, f/2.0 & 5MP, f/2.8), 8MP, f/2.2 front-facing camera and is the latest Nokia device to extend to the Android One family.
Of course, the price point means some savings have to be made and an area this seems to be marked is RAM (2/3GB) and internal storage (16/32GB). Battery size (3500mAH) is also smaller than some other smartphones and the charging port isn't USB-C (Nokia Micro USB) which is a bit harrying. Although, a headphone jack is built in and you can expand the smartphone's memory with a MicroSD card.
Even notwithstanding that the Nokia 3.1 Plus is priced at well under £200, the design doesn't look like it is with an aluminium slyly and a matt finish. There's no top notch (some like this, some don't – it's down to personal choice) and from the representations, the bezels don't look too big but we'll be able to judge this better when we get the Nokia 3.1 Plus in for review.
As reasonably as the Nokia Corporation (commonly referred to as Nokia; UK: , US: , Finnish: [ˈnokiɑ]) is a Finnish multinational telecommunications, 3.1 Plus, Nokia has also released the Nokia 8.1 Plus, priced at £379.99, with ZEISS optics, respectable camera specs and a big screen.