I kinda like these entry level phones because I think Android Go is an interesting concept and well... less is more.
I kinda like these entry level phones because I think Android Go is an interesting concept and well... less is more. :)
Nokia 1.3 is kinda interesting concept but what confuses me is that is this actually a downgrade compared to Nokia 1 Plus which was released early 2019? I mean, this has bigger screen but the size is still bearable (I really don't get over 6" screens... makes the devices annoyingly big most of the time) making the phone dimensions also quite compact. Also this has 8gb more storage than Nokia 1 plus and probably better camera software what I have understood? I also like the removable battery (they should exist in most of the phones!). But the chipset.... isn't this QM215 actually worse than the MT6739? I actually have a Nokia 1 plus and it wasn't that good when I bought it but the updates made the phone bit smoother and it has been quite ok since. But if Nokia 1.3 is slower, then it might start to get a bit annoying...
Out of topic but... if Nokia 2.3 would have had 5,71" screen I would have bought it already. And then.... Nokia released 2.4 and I was like "maybe this one!". Well, it has 6,5" screen and the device is basically a "phablet". Again, with 5,5"ish screen, I would have bought it immediately.