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Here’s a quick one – the Nokia 3.4. Nokia has been in the mobile phone industry for a very long time, but not that long when it comes to Android smartphones. They have a very unique yet adamant approach to create Android smartphones which they adhered from their flagships all the way to their entry-level smartphones.

And today, we have the Nokia 3.4. It’s the company’s not-quite-entry-level smartphone while retaining Android One as well.

Now, the Nokia 3.4 isn’t exactly a complex smartphone but we’ll just go through our usual 6 points but in a quicker manner.

Okay, let’s start off with the design. The Nokia 3.4 is using a plastic back with a bit of a corrugated design. Not bad, has a physical fingerprint scanner at the back – and that’s something that I wish is retained on new flagship smartphones.

Nokia 3.4

The Nokia 3.4 is also equipped with the Snapdragon 460 chipset with 3GB RAM and 32GB of storage – pretty much that’s it. It offers okay performance for day-to-day use, but it does stutter here and there but overall it’s still okay.

And if you’re curious – here are the benchmark scores.

Nokia 3.4

As for the screen, it comes with a 6.39-inch 720p display. Not bad but I don’t expect anything else for this price point.

Then, we have 3 cameras at the back. To look at all of the pictures taken by the Nokia 3.4, watch the video instead.

As for the battery, it comes with a 4,000mAh battery, and honestly, with the Snapdragon 460 chipset, it’ll last more than a day without issues for sure. Buuuuuuuut this phone comes with a 5W charger. Oh my god.

Nokia 3.4

It took more than 3 hours to charge from 15% to 100% battery life. WTF.

Then the software side of things. One major selling point about Nokia phones is the software side of things. It’s using stock Android and it promises 2 generations’ worth of upgrades – but here’s the catch.

Nokia 3.4

The Nokia 3.4 is still running on Android 10 as of March 2021 – rather slow in terms of updates, honestly. And in terms of usability, it’s rather clunky. For example, there’s no feature for rolling screenshot.

Nokia 3.4

But, at the price of RM599 – the Nokia 3.4 is not a bad phone, honestly. But only if you can buy it, honestly. Currently, the phone is not available for sale on Lazada or Shopee but it’s only available on RedOne via a contract.

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