Nokia 3.2 - Review roundup

(Image) The new Nokia 3.2 is bigger and better, so you can be center stage for all your favorite content with a screen built for serious streaming that adapts to your surroundings – indoors and out.

Nokia 3.2 - Review roundup

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Staff member  /  edited June 3


The new Nokia 3.2 is bigger and better, so you can be center stage for all your favorite content with a screen built for serious streaming that adapts to your surroundings – indoors and out. Enjoy cameras without a curfew, engineered to work in all lights and save your memories with internal and external storage options. Then keep it all safe with biometric face unlocking.

The Nokia 3.2 battery lasts for up to 2 days on a single charge, augmented with AI that learns how you use your phone to minimize app and power consumption, for a battery life beyond the norm.

Plus, there's the Google Assistant Button! Ask questions, see your schedule or even dim the lights. Your Assistant even learns on the job the more you use it. So you can do more with your life, by doing less with your phone.

And, of course, Nokia 3.2 delivers a pure Android experience with Android One, running on Android 9 Pie. No clutter, no third-party software, and free monthly security updates that – amazingly – don’t slow down your phone.

Here's what the media in India has had to say about the new Nokia 3.2:

The Quill"The display is brighter even in sunlight and the fonts are looking crisp. The screen of Nokia 3.2 gives good colour reproduction and viewing angles."

Indian Express"Nokia 3.2 has a very sturdy build and feels like a premium device in hand... It has a good display, stock Android UI and a good battery for the price."

The Asian Age"The single rear shooter performs pretty well and even though it doesn’t come with specs that are featured in rival handsets in and around this price range; the Nokia 3.2 does hold its own."

91Mobiles
: "The solid marble slab-like construction also comes across as a breath of fresh air in comparison to flashy smartphones. Despite being carved out of polycarbonate, the Nokia 3.2 has a good confidence-inspiring heft to it." 

India Today
: "Battery life is easily the best part about the Nokia 3.2 as it can last close to two days thanks to a power efficient chipset coupled with an optimised Android Pie software. Nokia 3.2 is a big phone with a tall display and a large battery life, which are some of its best features. It is quite simply a phone that aims to please users who consume a lot of media on a phone."

That's what the media said. What did you think of the Nokia 4.2? Tell us in the comments below!
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