Nokia 3.1 A and Nokia 3.1 C Launched With Snapdragon 429 In United States


Earlier this year, HMD Global’s Nokia made its US carrier debut with the Nokia 3.1 Plus for Cricket Wireless. Now, the company expands with its first device for AT & T Prepaid and another Nokia option for Cricket customers.

The Nokia 3.1 A and Nokia 3.1 C are introduced on AT & T Prepaid and Cricket and offer the same specifications – the only difference being that the A is offered for AT & T and the C for Cricket.

On the Nokia 3.1 A and Nokia 3.1 C, there is a 5.45-inch IPS screen with a narrow aspect ratio of 18: 9. New phones have a similar hardware platform, t is based on a 4-core Snapdragon 429 processor (4 x Cortex-A53 @ 2.0 GHz) with GPU Adreno 504. The amount of RAM is 2GB and the constant is 32GB. There is also a slot for microSD card and one slot for Nano-SIM, a USB-C type charging connector, and a headphone jack.

Photographic capabilities are 8MP autofocus rear-view camera, a 5MP selfie camera, and the durable design we expect from Nokia cell phones. The battery capacity is 2990mAh. This should be enough for 1-2 days of work offline. Also, it can boast of a pure Android OS 9 Pie with integrated Google Assistant.

If you’re interested, Nokia 3.1 A will launch AT & T Prepaid on June 10 and will be available in select Walmart stores. The Nokia 3.1 C will be available at the cricket stores and on the company’s website from June 14th. The biggest difference between Nokia 3.1 A and Nokia 3.1 C is the color: Nokia 3.1 A is available in black, Nokia 3.1 C in white.

The price information is not yet known. Nokia states that they will be available when the phones are released. For reference, the initial version of Nokia 3.1 is priced at $159. It is also not known whether they will be on sale in the global market.

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