Kenya: Nokia 3.1 Arrives in Kenya

Nokia 3.1 the newest Android One device is now available in Kenya retailing at Ksh 15,999.00.

The 5.2-inch HD+ is Google endorsed offering more storage and battery life out of the box, as well as the latest AI-powered innovations from Google to help you stay ahead of the game every day.

"Nokia 3 has been an extremely successful part of the Nokia smartphone line-up in Kenya. With so many people enjoying it every day, we've had a tremendous amount of positive feedback and a real motivation to refine our fans' experience even further. We've made sure Nokia 3.1 delivers the perfect balance between power and design, so our customers do not need to compromise," said Gopher Ogembo, Sales Business Manager - East Africa, HMD Global.

According to HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, "Nokia 3.1 is our most affordable 18:9 smartphone, delivering the same screen ratio you get on modern flagships to give you more content with a single glance in a slim device frame. Just the right size for single handed use, it now packs a larger 5.2-inch HD+ display which is protected by damage resistant 2.5D curved Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 to keep it beautiful for longer."

Premium experiences

The Nokia 3.1 runs MediaTek 6750, an octa-core chipset, giving you twice the processor cores and a 50% performance boost on the previous generation so your phone can keep up with you. Featuring an upgraded 13MP auto-focus rear camera, Nokia 3.1 captures the memories that you'll want to relive over and over while the wide-angle front camera fits more into every selfie.

ull set of sensors - usually only found on premium phones - the Nokia 3.1 runs the latest apps and features effortlessly. Make the most out of popular AR apps like Pokémon Go, pay securely and easily with Google Pay and capture the whole scene with panoramic imaging.

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