The Nokia 3 is Nokia’s most affordable Android handset, but cheap doesn’t mean it feels flimsy.
On the contrary it has a surprising premium feel about it. Do you remember the 925? It feels like that, mix of metal borders and a polycarbonate back, but somehow, more solid.
The front is simple and clean. It looks generic in terms of something that might get lost in that sea of rectangles…but you” think twice when you actually hold it.
Like the N8, there are coloured anodized aluminium variants…Silver, black, blue and copper.
Of course, there’s a whole smartphone experience to cover. It’s good for a starter smartphone at 139EUR. It’s very responsive and hopefully will stay that way for a lot longer by having a purer Android lacking bloatware. I think for me I’d want a camera that’s a little more… robust.