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Nokia 3.1 Review: Making the Bargain Great Again

In using the Nokia 3.1, you understand how Google and HMD Global let you roam free. When Android operates at its purest, you see a wholesome mobile operating system. Google Assistant and Google Lens are easy to cue, and Google Photos unlocks unlimited cloud storage for high-quality photos and videos.


Justin Herrick on September 16, 2018

Nokia 3.1 review: In a league of its own

The Nokia 3.1 is a solid budget phone, with decent specifications, a clean Android experience, and great build quality. However, the lack of a fingerprint sensor is rather puzzling, especially when one can be found on some other phones in this price bracket.

Android Police

Corbin Davenport on July 31, 2018

Nokia 3.1 review

The Nokia 3.1 surprises with a solid build and compact design, something the old-school Nokia fans would appreciate. The 3.1 design and its tall screen are obvious upgrades over the Nokia 3 and it's worth jumping over just because of those looks and trendy display.


GSMArena Team on July 27, 2018

Nokia 3.1 review: A great small budget phone with performance problems

For an affordable price, you can get a phone that gets all of the basics done pretty well. It has a good quality screen and nice hardware and is a compact option among lots of big-budget phones. Its slow performance and lack of a fingerprint sensor are disappointing, but you get good Android One software in return.

Android Central

Andrew Martonik on July 27, 2018

Nokia 3.1 review

Poor performance and a mediocre camera make the low-priced Nokia 3.1 a bust among budget phones.

Digital Trends

Steven Winkelman on August 14, 2018