The Nokia 3 and 5 are easy on the eye (and the wallet)
The Nokia 3 and 5 are Nokia's first foray into the world of Androids.
They're not all singing, all dancing super phones, but they do all have trump cards, very low prices.
The 3 is the entry level model, it has a 5-inch display and a quad core chip Which is just about powerful enough for tackling your everyday WhatsApp and Twitter needs.
It's pretty sluggish when swiping around and its camera isn't up to anything more than the odd snap of your dog in the park.
However, its attractive slim design and price of only 120 pounds in the UK Mean it's worth a lot if you only need the basics for your phone.
The five is the larger of the two with a 5.2-inch display.
It's got a more powerful optical processor which makes navigation much smoother than its little brother.
And its camera can capture much better shots with stronger colors and more even exposure.
That all metal design makes it feel like a more premium device as well.
As does the fingerprint scanner That you'll find on the front.
At 180 pounds in the UK, the Nokia Five is quite a bit more than its smaller sibling.
But its all around smooth operation and better camera means that's money well spent if you want to indulge more into games and photo editing on the move.
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