Nokia 3.1 Plus

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Nokia 3.1 Plus
DeveloperHMD Global
SloganBigger and better than ever
First releasedOctober 2018
PredecessorNokia 3
RelatedNokia 3.1 Nokia 6.1 Plus
Dimensions156.9 mm (6.18 in) H
76.4 mm (3.01 in) W
8.2 mm (0.32 in) D
Mass180 g
Operating systemOriginal: Android 8.1 "Oreo"
Current: Android 9.0 "Pie"
(Android One)
System on chipGlobal edition - MediaTek MT6762N(12nm), US edition - Qualcomm Snapdragon 439(12nm)[1]
CPUOcta-Core Cortex-A53, Global edition @ 2.0 Ghz, US edition 2 cores @ 1.95 Ghz, 6 cores @ 1.45 Ghz
GPUGlobal edition PowerVR GE8320, US edition Adreno 505
Memory2/3 GB
Storage16/32 GB
Removable storagemicroSDXC, expandable up to 256 GB
Battery3,500 mAh Non-removable, Li-ion
Data inputsMulti-touch screen
Fingerprint rear-mountedAccelerometer
Ambient light sensor
Digital Compass
Proximity sensor
Display6.0 in (150 mm) diagonal IPS LCD, with scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass
1440x720 px
18:9 aspect ratio
268 ppi
Rear camera13 MP AF, F/2.0, LED Flash
5 MP Depth Sensor, F/2.4
Front camera8 MP AF, F/2.2
Sound3.5 mm jack Single speaker
ConnectivityMicro USB (USB 2.0), USB OTG, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
WebsiteNokia 3.1 Plus

Nokia 3.1 Plus is a Nokia branded smartphone from HMD Global and is the larger variant of the Nokia 3.1. It was publicly introduced in October 2018 and is aimed at the budget smartphone market.[2] One of its most visible features is the presence of a rear mount fingerprint sensor and dual cameras.[3]

This phone is part of Google's Android One program, meaning it will receive at least 2 years of software updates and 3 years of security updates.[4]


This phone was relatively well received, often being praised for its build quality, display, battery life, and camera, although performance was generally criticized for being sluggish.[5][6][7] It has also been criticised for its lack of fast charging and having a MicroUSB port instead of USB C.[7] The Nokia 3.1 Plus also happens to be among the first to be available through a US carrier, Cricket Wireless, making it more accessible to a wider range of people.[8]


  1. ^ "Nokia 3.1 Plus - Full phone specifications". GSMArena. Retrieved 19 April 2019.
  2. ^ Singh, Sudhanshu. "Nokia 3.1 Plus review". TechRadar. Retrieved 19 April 2019.
  3. ^ Patel, Idrees. "Android 9 Pie update is rolling out to the Nokia 3.1 Plus". XDA Developers. Retrieved 19 April 2019.
  4. ^ Maring, Joe. "Nokia 3.1 Plus review: A rock solid entry in Cricket's budget lineup". Android Central. Retrieved 22 August 2019.
  5. ^ Zeman, Eric. "Nokia 3.1 Plus review: A return to form for a beloved brand". Android Authority. Retrieved 22 August 2019.
  6. ^ a b "Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Android One at its best". uSwitch Mobile Phone Deals. Retrieved 2019-08-30.
  7. ^ "Nokia 3.1 Plus arrives in the United States on Cricket Wireless". Cision PR Newswire. Retrieved 22 August 2019.

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