Since the revival of the Nokia brand in India, HMD Global has been on a launching spree clearly aimed at achieving the product breadth the brand had in the past. The company has announced phones across price brands between budget and premium. Nokia 3.1 Plus is a budget device that is priced is Rs 11,499 for its 3GB RAM and 32GB storage option. Like most smartphones these days, Nokia 3.1 Plus has a full-screen display without the notch.
Nokia 3.1 Plus goes up against the likes of Realme U1, which will cost Rs 11,999 as well as Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 that has a 5,000mAh battery and is priced starting at Rs 10,999. There is Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Pro as well, but it does not offer a 3GB RAM+32GB storage model and the base variant with 4GB RAM+64GB storage is available at a price of Rs 12,999.