Nokia 3.4 is coming to Pakistan next week. The official listings are already up on Nokia Pakistan and Advance Telecom websites. Plus, the company shared the pricing details for the upcoming entry-level phone on their social media. Here is a quick look at what the Nokia 3.4 offers.
We start with the modern and familiar Nokia design — donut style camera bump and a round fingerprint scanner on the back. Also, Nokia 3.4's finish has a subtle texture to it, available in Fjord, Dusk, and Charcoal editions.
CLICK HERE TO SEE
Nokia Mobile Price in Pakistan
Flip the phone over to find a standard 6.39” LCD, with a 720P resolution and a hole-punch in the corner. Nokia’s branding is stamped on the chin. The screen dimensions are a welcome change from the oversized displays you’ll often find in this budget segment.
Nokia 3.4’s cameras are far from best-in-tier, however. You are looking at a 13MP main camera, a 5MP wide-angle lens, and a 2MP camera for depth mapping. The software powering these optics have dedicated night and portrait modes. The selfie camera is an unremarkable 8MP. Basically, it's an entry-level addition to the Nokia price list.
Snapdragon 460, the latest in Qualcomm’s budget lineup, is at the heart of the phone. The battery capacity is a mediocre 4000 mAh, without any support for fast charging. Nokia 3.4 ships with a clean, stock version of Android. It comes in three configurations. The base combination is 3GB + 32GB and it goes up to 4GB + 64GB. The latter variant starts from Rs. 24,999.
CLICK HERE TO SEE
Nokia 3.4 Price in Pakistan & Specs
A contrast against similarly-priced phones in this competitive range reveals that the Nokia 3.4 comes out on top with the fastest chipset in this tier. But, it falls short in battery performance owing to its lack of any fast charging support. The Redmi 9, for instance, has a 5000 mAh battery that charges over 18W. Its display is 1080P, and the ultra-wide camera is 8MP.