Nokia's 5.1, 3.1, 2.1 bring the essentials on the cheap
The new Nokia 5, 3, and 2 phones for 2018 have just been revealed.
These are refreshed last-year's phones and if you're curious what's new with these budget Android One and Android Oreo Go devices, you've come to the right Place, the Nokia 5.1 has a larger than last year 5.5 inch 18 by 9 IPS display.
A faster media tech optic core processor.
An improved 16 megapixel rear and 8 megapixel front cameras.
It's an Android one phone which runs Google software design or consistent security updates in emerging Markets.
It has a fingerprint sensor too.
For its 189 euro price, with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, or 219 euros with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, you'll also get unlimited Google photo uploading.
The NOKIA 3.1 is also Android 1 that has a 5.2 inch [UNKNOWN] display and slightly bumped down 13 megapixel rear camera.
It's arriving in June at 139 euros with 16 gigs of storage of 168 euros with 32 gigs.
Finally, the Nokia 2.1 is the most budget of the bunch.
With the 5.5 inch [UNKNOWN] screen An android Oreo go software which is a stripped down version of android optimized for lower end hardware.
This has a snap dragon 425 processor and one gig of ram.
But it has a promised two days of battery life thanks to it's 4,000 Milla amp battery.
If these phones feel like they lack some oomph, well, yeah.
The Nokia 2, 3, and 5 are meant to be very low cost phones aimed at wallet watchers and emerging markets.
They'll never be the fastest or take the best photos.
They're meant to offer essentials in a solid design.
We'll tell you more when we get to review.
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