Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr 1. Introduction, Features and Unboxing2. Build, Design and Display3. Software and User Interface4. Battery & System Performance5. Camera - Photo and Video Quality6. Conclusion Nokia 3 – Review Conclusion & Verdict Very nicely, Nokia 3 could only impress with its looks, handling and feel. It no doubt has old Nokia’s design values. But with regard to usability of this phone, it doesn’t match up to standards of some reliable smartphone. The phone mostly lived up to some smooth experience but not longer than you keep it using on regular basis. As long as the phone gets loaded with things, you will be feeling irritated with its sluggish behavior. Sure the price point of this phone suggest the exact same scenario that it’s going to give the users. The price however is little bit above than the devices with identical-hardware so you can have options to choose from. On the other hand, different manufacturers chose to use MT6737T over the initial model of the chip – MT6737 in the similar price point. Those devices actually performed much better than Nokia 3. Example is Huawei’s recent Y5 2017. Still no doubt, the look and feel of Nokia 3 can easily beat any other device from its price range. As well the Nokia 3 is the only smartphone in this price point that runs the latest Android 7 Nougat software. Now you have the reason to buy or not to buy this phone, depends what you prefer – the good looks or the good performance. Camera on the other hand is mediocre can also be justified with its price range. But it also didn’t impress with its usability over the battery. Likewise the camera used to get warmer when specially when shooting outdoor in bright sunlight. HMD was supposed to make some really nice devices to use the popular Nokia brand name. Seriously, Nokia 3 is only something that I can recommend to someone who is not an extensive smartphone user and only could use it for below moderate social activities, no camera user, no gamer at all. Photo Gallery Back to: Introduction, Features and Unboxing1. Introduction, Features and Unboxing2. Build, Design and Display3. Software and User Interface4. Battery & System Performance5. Camera - Photo and Video Quality6. Conclusion Nokia 3 Review Build & Design 8 Battery & Performance 7 Camera Primary/Secondary 6 Software / OS 7.5 System Performance 6 Summary Nokia 3 is a nicely built phone with good looks for its price range. But you will miss on the things like camera result and system performance. 6.9 Average User Rating 0 Be the first one !