Nokia 3.4 was brought to this world by Nokia Mobile together with Nokia 2.4 as the fighter in the affordable midrange class of smartphones. With Snapdragon 460, 4000 mAh battery, 6.39-inch HD+ screen, and a 13 MP camera, it looks like a rather attractive choice of smartphone. Nokia Mobile used the design approach of Nokia 8.3 and applied it on Nokia 3.4, and the affordable midranger looks good with a hole-punch display and a camera module similar to in much more expensive Nokia smartphone.
Another good thing I like is the texture of the polycarbonate back, which also has a glittering color effect. On a blue model, there is a pink hue, and on a charcoal gray model, you will be getting a golden glittering effect.
The box is similar to the box of Nokia 2.4, and it is bringing the essentials, the phone, SIM door pin, quick user manuals, 5W charger, and a 1meter long USB/USBc cable.
The body of the phone is built nicely, and it is more ergonomically pleasing than the large Nokia 8.3. The phone is coming with a fairly large 6.39-inch screen, which doesn’t look so huge thanks to smaller bezels, and not so big chin where the Nokia logo is.
The camera module has a main 13 MP camera, 5 MP ultrawide, 2 MP depth sensor, and an 8 MP selfie cam placed in the upper left side of the screen. Here are the first camera samples that were taken just after the unboxing video was done, which you can see below it. The photos are quickly snapped, and their resolution is lowered by Google Photos app.
Here is the unprofessionally done unboxing video of Nokia 3.4
We’ll be testing the phone in the following days, so do ask away if you would like to know a bit more about it or something specific that you find interesting.