Nokia 3 prices in Singapore

The Nokia 3 is a budget-friendly smartphone that is more aesthetically pleasing than what you might expect. Offering more value than what you are paying for, the Nokia 3 might just be the budget smartphone to meet your needs. Find out more about what Nokia 3 has to offer below.

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Nokia 3 Specs

Display
Screen Size 5"
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Pixel Density 294ppi
Scratch Resistant
Water Resistant
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 8MP
Dual camera
Front Camera Resolution 8MP
Memory
RAM 2GB
Internal Storage 16GB
Expandable Memory
Card Slot
Battery
Battery Capacity 2630mAh
Platform
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 140g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 143.4 x 71.4 x 8.5mm
Body Material Aluminium
Launch
Release Year 2017
Features
Heart Rate Sensor
FM Radio
3D Touch
Iris Scanner
Fingerprint Scanner
Virtual Reality Capable
Face Recognition
LED Notification Light
Waterproof
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 b/g/n
NFC
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Networking
Dual SIM
SIM Card Nano-SIM

Nokia 3 Singapore – More than Meets the Eye

Former king of mobile phones, Nokia, is seeking a resurgence in the smartphone market. To mark its comeback, the brand has released its own line of Android smartphones, one of the models being the Nokia 3. The Nokia 3 sets it sights on the low-end market segment, boasting a flurry of decent features with an affordable price tag.

Design and Build Quality

Nokia deserves a pat on the back when it comes to the Nokia 3’s design. Once you have seen the Nokia 3, you will agree that it is easily one of the best-looking budget smartphones on the market right now. Considering its price point, the phone has a premium look and feel that sets it apart from other models in the same price range. Despite having a plastic chassis, Nokia has managed to make it look sleek and somewhat premium, making it a standout amongst other plastic-clad models.

Display

Despite being a budget-friendly device, the Nokia 3 still manages to deliver decent image quality. The smartphone sports a 5-inch display with a 720p x 1280p display resolution that gives off sharp and colourful picture quality, sufficient for everyday smartphone functions such as text messaging, browsing the web, and scrolling through your social media feeds. Moreover, the display fits in your hand comfortably and all areas can be reached easily no matter how small your hands are. The brightness of the screen enables the phone to be used outdoors without affecting its viewability.

Internal Hardware

As the Nokia 3 is a low-tier smartphone, it can be forgiven for not featuring the latest-and-greatest internal components. Nevertheless, the combination of internal hardware enables the smartphone to handle day-to-day operations with minimal lag. Under the hood, the smartphone is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737 chipset coupled with 2GB RAM. It has 16GB worth of built-in internal storage that can be expended up to 128GB by using a MicroSD card.

Stock Android

Nokia has worked closely with Google for its line of Android smartphones and this can be seen through its software. Out of the box, the Nokia 3 comes with stock Android, having only Google’s suite of apps installed and no bloatware. This means that the device is not filled with apps that you are most likely will not be using, resulting in a cleaner and more streamlined interface. This is a plus point that cannot be seen on other smartphones in its price range.

Camera

Camera-wise, the Nokia 3 is equipped with an 8-megapixel shooter at its front and back which provide decent photo quality. It also comes with camera apps that offers a wide selection of features to enhance the quality of your photos.

Battery

The smartphone features a 2,630mAh battery which is adequate to power the device through a busy day. The battery can last up to two days with low to moderate usage, which makes it a great backup phone to bring along as you travel.

Nokia 3 Expert Reviews

expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2018-01-22
Great look, Attractive priceSluggish performance, Mediocre battery life, Disappointing camera
MWC is fast approaching, and Nokia – at least according to our invite – will be there in full force. But, what can we expect from the phones giant?If you recall, last year's MWC was Nokia's grand resurgence, following the acquisition from Finnish firm HMD...
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techadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2018-01-08
In our experience the best way to get a cheap phone is to buy it SIM-free then grab a great-value SIM-only deal. You won't be paying £50-odd per month for a phone for the next two years, and you can swap it for a newer model whenever you fancy it. All t...
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rappler.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-12
If there's one thing to write home about the Nokia 3, it's the design that exudes a premium feel. At first touch, you wouldn't feel you were holding an entry-level device, with its matte back and glossy, curved-glass front. But does the Nokia 3 hold its o...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-08-28
In 2014, Nokia left the smartphone arena. After years of producing great phones, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years as the only big firm making Window Phone handsets...
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techadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-08-10
Nokia is back, and with it comes new Android phones. HMD Global, a Finnish startup, is using the Nokia brand to bring the new phones to the market, as well as a reboot of the famous and much-loved Nokia 3310. Here, we take a closer look at the Nokia 3...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-08-07
Great look, Attractive priceSluggish performance, Mediocre battery life, Disappointing camera
Sign up for our daily newsletter In 2014, Nokia left the smartphone arena. After years of producing great phones, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years as the only big...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-08-01
metal bezel, stylish casing, relatively pure Android, comparatively many LTE bands, loud speakers and earpieces, bright, high-contrast screen, low temperatures, low power consumptionpoor camera quality, inaccurate GPS, microphone a bit too insensitive, heterogeneous screen illumination, strong bluish tint, non-removable battery
Welcome back! Nokia re-enters the ring of smartphone manufacturers and adds an entry-level device to the market, the Nokia 3. In our tests we will uncover whether it has to hide behind the good-sounding name or will boost it to new heights...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-01
Great software, Budget price, Battery life will get you through the dayTerrible performance, Bad display, Unreliable camera
The Nokia 3 is the first attempt by HMD Global – the brand that owns the Nokia name – to create a budget smartphone. It's a wannabe Moto G5 rival, but one that doesn't quite offer as much as our favourite budget phone of 2017. The Nokia 3 is reminiscent...
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-28
Good, Feels solid, Stock Android experience, Dedicated slots for SIMs and microSD cardAverage overall performance, Camera quality is below par, No fingerprint scanner
The Nokia 3, the most affordable of the three new Nokia-branded Android smartphones, was launched in India last month. It is the first smartphone with the Nokia name to hit the Indian market in a long time, but it's worth pointing out that it hasn't been...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-26
Quality design and buildPoor display quality, laggy performance, poor battery life with no fast charging
When Nokia announced its return to smartphones, there was an understandable excitement about the 2017 version of the Nokia 3310, which saw the once classic phone dominate the headlines once again. We remarked at the time that this might be a bad thing, d...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-24
Low price, Very good build quality and likable design, Clean Android interface, Supports microSD memory expansion, Decent photo qualityVideo quality is trash, Display looks bad: has a terrible blue tint, Underpowered, stuttery performance, Scant storage
Nokia is back in town. A new company, HMD Global, has taken ownership of the popular brand and has big plans for the future, including a flagship phone with top specs. But even before that anticipated flagship, the new Nokia is back with a few affordable...
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stuffmideast.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-23
A flagship phone is like a tailored suit – sure, you pay more, but that's because it's been nipped and tucked in all the right places.The Nokia 3? It's something you'd pick up in Primark, not Prada. But when you're paying pennies, it's easier to forgive a...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2017-07-22
Looks more than it costs, Near-standard Android UI, Decent priceNot enough power, Below-average battery, No fingerprint sensor
A flagship phone is like a tailored suit - sure, you pay more, but that's because it's been nipped and tucked in all the right places.The Nokia 3 ? It's something you'd pick up in Primark, not Prada. But when you're paying pennies, it's easier to forgive...
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gadgetscentral.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-07-22
After years of producing great phones in the past, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years.Now, however, after a three-year sabbatical, the Nokia is back with a new range...
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gadgetscentral.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-07-22
After years of producing great phones in the past, the once-dominant mobile firm had let it all slip through its fingers, selling up to Microsoft after a disastrous few years.Now, however, after a three-year sabbatical, the Nokia is back with a new range...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2017-07-21
Looks more than it costs, Near-standard Android UI, Decent priceNot enough power, Below-average battery, No fingerprint sensor
A flagship phone is like a tailored suit - sure, you pay more, but that's because it's been nipped and tucked in all the right places.The Nokia 3 ? It's something you'd pick up in Primark, not Prada. But when you're paying pennies, it's easier to forgive...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-07-21
Great look, Attractive priceSluggish performance, Mediocre battery life, Disappointing camera
Now, however, after a three-year sabbatical, the Nokia is back with a new range of phones, a fresh approach and Android at the helm. The Nokia 3 is its cheapest offering.READ NEXT: Best budget smartphone 2017The Nokia 3 is the firm’s first proper smartpho...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-20
The budget smartphone category has been in the doldrums this year. With prices rising for gadgets across the board (thanks, Brexit), manufacturers have found it tough to continue to improve their products while keeping prices low. The Motorola Moto G5 was...
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channelpostmea.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-16
HMD Global announced a new gamut of Nokia-branded smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the start of this year. The new devices launched included Nokia 3, an entry-level Android-based device aimed at Nokia loyalists.The Nokia 3 offers a sol...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-07-15
The Android-based Nokia 3 is dirt-cheap, looks good and is comfortable to hold in one handIts lack of power makes using the phone sluggish and frustrating
The Nokia 3 is the lowest-end of Nokia's new line of Android phones. It's on sale in the UK for £120, but you will have to make sacrifices for that price. That converts to $156 or AU$200, although Nokia has no plans to bring the phone to the US.The bigges...
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