Review Nokia 3.4 – This smartphone is more powerful thanks to the Snapdragon 460 as the same hardware as some new entry-level smartphones that came out recently.
In order for the Snapdragon 460, which Qualcomm released earlier this year, to work optimally, there is a choice of RAM between 3GB or 4GB and internal storage up to 64GB. Like Nokia 2.3, the storage capacity in Nokia 3.4 can also be expanded via a microSD card.
As for design, now the Nokia 3.4 comes with a punch-hole design following in the footsteps of the Nokia 8.3 5G. It has an HD Plus display measuring 6.39 inches, while the small hole in the top left corner is home to an 8 megapixel selfie camera.
On the back, we get a triple-camera installed in a circular camera module complete with an LED flash and a fingerprint sensor just below it for device security besides taking advantage of the face unlock feature.
The three rear cameras on this phone include a 13 megapixel main camera which is further paired with a 5 megapixel ultrawide camera and finally a 2 megapixel depth sensor.
Complementing the specifications, the Nokia 3.4 carries a 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio, aptX Adaptive support and a USB Type-C port. Also not left behind is a 4,000 mAh battery to keep it running which supports a 10 Watt charger, but in the package it only comes with a 5 Watt charger.
Nokia 3.4 runs the Android 10 operating system like Nokia 2.4 and is already on the list to get Android 11. In addition, HMD Global also promises that the two new smartphones will receive major OS updates for 2 years and three years of security patches.