When Nokia announced its return to smartphones, there was an understandable excitement about the 2017 version of the Nokia 3310, which saw the once classic phone dominate the headlines once again.
We remarked at the time that this might be a bad thing, diverting attention to a phone that was a play to nostalgia, with the big omission being a flagship phone. Six months on and Nokia going top-end is still only the stuff of rumours.
Instead, Nokia appears to be going for the affordable end of the market, with the Nokia 3, as reviewed here, being the cheapest of the bunch. There’s nothing wrong with these sorts of mass-market ambitions, but the Nokia 3 isn’t a great starting point.
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