HMD has introduced a brand new Nokia cellphone. The brand new Nokia 3V boasts a pleasant huge show, loads of battery life, and extra — and it’s accessible straight from Verizon for $168. That’s not dangerous for a tool with a set of options like this.
The very first thing you’ll in all probability discover in regards to the Nokia 3V is its design. It’s a solid-looking cellphone, particularly for one thing on this value vary. The gadget has a 6.26-inch show with a HD+ decision, and a slim bezel on the high with rounded corners. There’s a chin on the backside — but it surely’s not excessive, and nonetheless appears to be like high-quality. On the underside of the gadget, there’s a MicroUSB port, whereas on the aspect, there’s a devoted Google Assistant button — which is a pleasant contact. The facility button doubles as a notification mild. Double-tapping the Assistant button has a operate too — it’ll present you an outline of your day within the Assistant display.
It’s maybe what’s underneath the hood that’s most essential. The gadget is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 419, which is somewhat underpowered however not horrible for the worth. It’s coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.
The cellphone is comparatively up-to-date software-wise too. It ships with Android 9.zero Pie, and even supposing the cellphone isn’t a part of the Android One program, Nokia guarantees that the cellphone will get a minimum of a 12 months and a half of safety patches and a minimum of two upgrades to new working techniques — which we presume will embrace Android Q and Android R.
It’s potential this may very well be the start of a brand new wave of Nokia gadgets destined for launch within the U.S. Not solely that, however the Nokia 3V is a successor to the Nokia 3.2, changing lots of the predecessor’s options with extra highly effective and higher specs. It’s additionally potential we’ll begin seeing different third-generation Nokia gadgets over the approaching months.
Excited about getting the brand new cellphone for your self? It’ll be accessible straight from Verizon beginning on August 23 for $168, or $17 per thirty days. Alternatively, you might go for soemthing even cheaper — beforehand, Nokia introduced a Verizon-exclusive model of the Nokia 2, known as the Nokia 2V.