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Cheap smartphones at MWC 2019: The Finns introduce the Nokia 210, Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2

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It continues with the novelties from Barcelona. Nokia also showed some new devices at MWC today. The Finns first showed very cheap devices.

A total of five new Nokia smartphones were on display today. The following four models start at $ 39 and go up to $ 199. That Nokia 9 PureView is a little more expensive.

Nokia 210

The first device presented in Barcelona today is the Nokia 210. It is, so to speak, a successor to the Nokia 3310, just as compact and inexpensive. Games like Snake are preinstalled, and you can also access the Internet with the installed Opera browser. It is precisely for this reason that it is also 5G-capable. However, it is aimed at people who do not want a smartphone. For this reason there is no WhatsApp & Co.

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It costs $ 39 and comes in black, red, and gray. It should be available from next week.

Nokia 1 Plus

The successor to the Nokia 1 is the new Nokia 1 Plus. It comes with a larger display (5,45 inches) and a larger battery. The front camera has a resolution of 5 megapixels, and there is an 8MP lens on the back. Inside sits the Mediatek (MT6739WW) Proprocessor, quad-core with a clock frequency of 1,5 Ghz. It comes with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage.

The battery is 2500 mAh and is refueled using a micro USB plug. The software is based on Android Go with the latest version Android 9 Pie. There is also a 3,5 mm headphone jack. There is also an FM radio as an extra.

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The Nokia 1 Plus will be available in March - priced at $ 99 in black, red and blue. You can find more information about the Nokia 1 Plus on the Product side.

Nokia 4.2

The Nokia 4.2 is a mid-range device. Let's get straight to the facts. The display is 5,7 inches tall, has a HD + resolution, with no droplets. In general, the Nokia 4.2 is extra compact and comes in a complete glass cover. Inside is a Snapdragon 439. There is also 2 or 3 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded up to 400 GB using a micro SD card.

On the back we find a dual camera, which should improve the picture depending on the scene. It has a resolution of 12 (f / 2.2) and 2 megapixels (f / 2.2). The front camera takes photos with 8 megapixels and comes with an f / 2.0 aperture. In addition, the Nokia 4.2 offers functions such as face unlocking and a fingerprint sensor on the back. The battery is 3000 mAh and is charged using a micro USB connector. There is also a jack connection.

Google Pay is also supported via NFC, and there is a new extra button for the Google Assistant. There is also a notification light on the power button - which lights up in white around the button. The software is Android One with the latest Android 9 Pie.

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It comes in black, pink sand and priced at $ 169 - sales start in April. You can find more information about the Nokia 4.2 on the Product side.

Nokia 3.2

The next mid-range smartphone comes with the Nokia 3.2. It comes with a 6,26-inch HD+ display, also with droplet notch. The Nokia 3.2 is also made entirely of glass on the front and back. as ProA Snapdragon 425 is at work here. The battery is 4000 mAh and promises a battery life of two days. We also find a fingerprint sensor and a dual camera on the back. Face unlock is also possible. The Nokia 3.2 also comes with a notification light.

The software is also based on Android One with the latest Android 9 Pie. There is also an extra button for the Google Assistant here.

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The Nokia 3.2 costs $ 139 and is available in sand-pink and black. The first devices will also be delivered in April. You can find more information about the Nokia 3.2 on the Product side.

Nokia 9 PureView

Nokia presented not only the above smartphones today. Also the Nokia 9 PureView - a smartphone with five camera lenses. However, it is a bit more expensive.

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