From the beloved (and extra durable) 3310 to the colorful Lumia series, Nokia phones will always have a special place in Filipinos’ hearts. The Finnish company is known for their well-built products that are also affordable -- two things that Pinoys often look for when buying their gadgets.
The Nokia 3 was officially announced in February 2017, together with the Nokia 6, Nokia 5, and the new 3310, and was released globally later that year. Nokia 3 is currently one of the cheapest offerings from the company’s new line of Android OS smartphones, equipped with a MediaTek 6737 quad-core CPU, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory, a microSD slot that supports up to 128 GB, and an integrated 2630 mAh battery.
For imaging, the Nokia 3 is equipped with an 8 MP main camera with auto-focus, 1.12um, f/2, and LED flash. The front-facing 8 MP camera also packs the same specifications but with an added field of view (FOV) of 84 degrees. Design-wise, the phone is reminiscent of the Nokia Lumia 925, with a sculpted polycarbonate back and aluminum frame.
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About Poundit: Poundit was founded by Kristian Salvo, who previously worked with tech companies Dell and Blackberry before establishing what would be the Philippines’ premier ecommerce site for electronics in 2014. The company’s goal is to democratize technology in emerging markets like the Philippines, by breaking down barriers such as high prices and limited product availability. Poundit was named Retail Startup of the Year for 2015 in the ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards.
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