Nokia 1 Plus smartphone was launched in February 2019 is a great mobile phone which fits your budget. This mobile comes with a good battery and is priced at AU$169.00. The full specifications of this mobile shows that this mobile has a display size of 5.4 inch, display type: FWVGA+ IPS, processor: Mediatek (MT6739WW), Quad Core 1.5 Ghz and has operating system Android 9 Pie (Go edition).
There is no fingerprint sensor in the mobile. There is 1 GB RAM and storage is of 8 GB with a MicroSD slot. The mobile carries the traditional headphone jack 3.5 mm with ports Micro USB 2.0 . The mobile carries a single SIM and the battery is 2500mAh with connectivity Cat 4 LTE + Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2
The rear camera is 8-megapixel AF camera with flash and front-facing camera is 5-megapixel. The Nokia 1 plus comes in three colors Black, Red and Blue.
Nokia 1 Plus Design
Like its previous predecessors, the Nokia 1 plus has thin bezels with the 18:9 aspect ratio of the display and a headphone jack. As this mobile is a low cost phone it doesn’t have metal or liquid glass material design as found in expensive mobiles, but has a rubber type plastic back cover. It’s got a nice texture to it, and it can be removed to access the battery, SIM and MicroSD slot.
For the phone screen there are not sharp retina displays so not good for playing pokies or video games, but the low resolution is best for normal use of the phone like reading emails. There’s no fingerprint sensor here, no beefy speaker system, no wireless charging – or even USB Type-C charging. There’s a single lens camera on the front, a single lens camera on the back, and no sort of face unlock.
Nokia 1 Plus Camera
The Nokia 1 Plus has a single-lens 8-megapixel AF camera with flash on the back, and the shots you can take with that camera feel like a step backwards through time. Low-light results don’t give you much to look at, and daylight shots aren’t much better. The camera app is also slow to use, often subject to stuttering and delays. But what else can you expect from a low cost mobile yet with a decent smartphone camera.
Nokia 1 Plus Performance
When it comes to Nokia 1 plus performance the apps frequently hitch, multi-tasking is not possible, and even basic tasks come saddled with prolonged pauses. If you are used to handling the HMD processor phones or more expensive phones then this will take you back to few years back. Also the Nokia 1 Plus is has only a scarce 8GB of storage space and a single GB of RAM, so there’s not much room to move or add more apps. As for battery life, it will work for 8 to 9 hours normally and if you are using it to play games then you need to charge it more often.
Finally the overall review of the Nokia 1 plus mobile specifications says that it is good phone for normal daily routine use but for more multimedia use or watching movies or playing games, doing good photography then certainly you need a bit expensive or higher range of Android mobile.