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Nokia 3.2 review: Features | Pricing | Specs
The affordably priced Nokia 3.2 improves on its predecessors with a larger display and greatly improved battery life.
720 x 1520px
Finder rated as Average vs similar phones
Power, storage and battery
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HMD Global, the folks who have the rights to produce "Nokia" branded phones, certainly haven't been slow in producing new phone models.
Its latest device, the budget-focused Nokia 3.2, sells itself on its large and pleasant display, as well as its battery stamina. It's a very worthwhile phone, even if it's not ultimately an exciting one.
- 6.26-inch LCD display works well for web browsing or simple video watching
- Small notch, but you can't obscure it at all
- Plastic body feels cheap and attracts fingerprints like crazy
- Single slow rear lens
- Camera app is easy to use
- Snapdragon 429 delivers meagre power
- Only 16GB of onboard storage
- Android One promises future updates
- 4,000mAh battery just keeps on going
- Slow micro-USB charging
- Fair if you want a big-screen phone, but not great