Nokia is one such name that people trust from decades for mobiles. The brand has a reputation for making amazing smartphones, and we’re happy to see that the brand is continuing the tradition with the trio of devices launched recently. Here we are with a review of all the three devices to help you in choosing the best one as per your requirement. Let’s take a glance at all the features these three smartphones are coming with:
Design and display
For example take the Nokia 5.1, which has been built from a single slab of series 6000 aluminum and has been exposed to 33 stages of machining, polishing and anodising. Accordingly, the whole process should provide the smartphone with a premium in-hand feel. On the other hand, the Nokia 3.1, gets its structural reliability from diamond-cut aluminum sides and comes with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass to protect your device from scratches. Lastly, the Nokia 2.1 that comes with metal accents, which not only have an amazing look but should also work in favor of the durability of the smartphones.
For the display part, the Nokia 5.1 as well as the Nokia 3.1 both comes with tall displays with a ratio of 18:9. The Nokia 5.1 has a 5.5-inch FHD+ display and in comparison to that, the Nokia 3.1 has a 5.2-inch HD+ panel. The Nokia 2.1 member of this group also comes with 5.5-inch HD display.
Hardware and Software
This year, the smartphone manufacturer has aimed to improve the features in this three series smartphone. First is the Nokia 5.1, the smartphone which comes with a MediaTekHelio P18 octa-core processor and works with a device of either 2GB or 3GB of RAM.
Whereas, the Nokia 3.1 is built with the MediaTek MT6750 octa-core processor which either works with a device of 2GB or 3GB of RAM. Lastly, the Nokia 2.1 is built with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 chip with 8GB of internal memory and a gig of RAM.
Going to the software, the Nokia 5.1 as well as the Nokia 3.1 both of the devices are part of Google’s Android One program and boot Android Oreo out of the box. Furthermore, both the phones will receive security patches on monthly basis for three years and two years of OS updates. In the meanwhile, the Nokia 2.1 boots with Android Oreo (Go edition) it’s lined up to get the upcoming Android P update as well.
Camera and Battery
For optics, the Nokia 5.1 comes up with a pair of 8MP and 16MP cameras at the front and the rear, respectively. In, the Nokia 3.1 model you get a 13MP primary and an 8MP secondary camera. Going towards, the Nokia 2.1 you get an 8MP rear and a 5MP front camera.
Coming down to the battery department, the Nokia 5.1 comes with a 3,000mAh cell, whereas the Nokia 3.1 comes a 2,990mAh unit. But it’s the Nokia 2.1 that has the beefiest battery of the lot, that is a 4,000mAh cell.