Nokia 3 is one of the most affordable Android mobile phone from Nokia. The main advantages of this phone are -
01) 5-Inch HD IPS Display
02) 8MP Front Facing Camera
03) 8MP Rear Camera
04) Mediatek Quad-Core CPU
05) 2GB RAM
06) Latest Android Nougat experience
Yes, Nokia 3 is a 4G mobile phone.
Yes, Nokia 3 does have 3.5 mm music jack.
Nokia 3 comes with 2650 mAh battery but It comes with a relatively slow charger which has output power of 1A only. During our reviews, we have found that it takes about 3 hours to fully charge the battery of Nokia 3. However, you can use Sony CP-AD2 charger which works as a fast charger for Nokia 3 . It will reduce the charging time by almost 40% and you will be able to charge your Nokia 3 much faster.
Nokia 3 and Vivo Y53 are available almost at the same price. However, Nokia 3 is slightly better than Vivo Y53.
Both Nokia 3 and Vivo Y53 has a 5-Inch display. However, Vivo Y53 has got the lower resolution of 960 x 540 pixels while Nokia 3 has 1280 x 720 pixels. Nokia 3 does have 294 PPI resolution while Vivo Y53 has 220 PPI resolution. Besides, Nokia 3 also has Gorilla Glass protection but Vivo Y53 does not have the Gorilla Glass protection.
RAM & Internal Memory
Both Nokia 3 and Vivo Y53 has got 2GB RAM and 16GB Internal memory. Both phones do not have hybrid sim slot and offer the same level of memory options.
Nokia 3 and Vivo Y53 both has 8MP rear camera. But Nokia is slightly better in the case of the front camera. Nokia 3 does have an 8MP front camera while Vivo Y53 has a 5MP front camera. Besides, Nokia 3 front camera also has autofocus. However, you cannot record full HD videos with Nokia 3 rear camera while Vivo Y53 can capture full HD videos.
Both phones have a nonremovable battery. None of the phones has wireless charging or fast charging. Nokia 3 has 2630 mAh battery while Vivo Y53 has 2500 mAh battery.
Both phones have support for OTG. In addition, Nokia 3 also has NFC sensor.
In our opinion, the Nokia 3 is best suited for first-time smartphone buyers and those looking for some experience with Android in general.
It may look like one of the best cheap phones on the market but the Nokia 3 is style over substance, struggling with long load times and poor battery life.