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With Nokia 3.1 and 5.1 receiving Android 10, HMD Global is completing its update queue

With Nokia 3.1 and 5.1 receiving Android 10, HMD Global is completing its update queue

The Nokia 3.1 and 5.1 supposed to receive Android 10 this spring, but one thing led to another because it's 2020 and the phone never got the upgrade. That is, until now.

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Nokia adds 3 more devices to its Android 10 upgrade plans (Updated)

Nokia adds 3 more devices to its Android 10 upgrade plans (Updated)

Quick to promise software upgrades when Android 10 was announced, HMD Global has since revised its update roadmap for its Nokia smartphones with more of them expected to make the jump than initially claimed last fall.

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The best cheap summer backup phones: Relax with a phone you can afford to lose

The best cheap summer backup phones: Relax with a phone you can afford to lose

I love flagship phones, but I'm always a little concerned when I take one with me, say, kayaking, or to a concert. Summertime is full of such potentially phone-ruining events, so if you're worried about the safety of your thousand-dollar pocket computer, consider grabbing one of these cheapo alternatives as a backup.

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Nokia 3.1 gets updated to Android 9 Pie

Nokia 3.1 gets updated to Android 9 Pie

Keeping flagship devices on the latest and greatest software is a given, but updating the midrangers is a lot more complicated and this is where most companies falter. HMD has been good at that so far and now the affordable Nokia 3.1 (or Nokia 3, 2018 if you want) is getting Android 9 Pie... on Pi Day of all days!

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The Nokia 3.1 is now $120 ($40 off) from B&H Photo

The Nokia 3.1 is now $120 ($40 off) from B&H Photo

It's rare to see a good budget phone sold in the United States, especially under the $200 mark. Last year's Nokia 3.1 was a great value at $160, but now it's even cheaper, at just $119.99 from B&H Photo.

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Android 9 Pie is now available on the international Nokia 3.1 Plus

Android 9 Pie is now available on the international Nokia 3.1 Plus

HMD has been putting out some really great mid-range devices under the Nokia name. One such device is the Nokia 3.1 Plus. The international version launched last year starting at €159 — and as of today, it's got the latest version of Android in 9 Pie.

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Get the Nokia 3.1 for $130 ($29 off) at Amazon and Best Buy

Get the Nokia 3.1 for $130 ($29 off) at Amazon and Best Buy

The Nokia 3.1 is nearly a year old now, but it's still an excellent budget device, especially in the United States — where good budget phones are a rarity. Now the Nokia 3.1 has dropped once again to $130, a $29 discount from the original price.

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Get a Nokia 3.1 for just $130 ($30 off) at Best Buy

Get a Nokia 3.1 for just $130 ($30 off) at Best Buy

The Nokia 3.1 is a solid budget phone; in his review, Corbin said it was just about the only decent phone in its price bracket available in the States. Last week, we saw it become an even better deal at Best Buy, dropping from $160 to $140, and now it's even cheaper at $130.

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Nokia 3.1 drops to $140 ($20 off) at Best Buy

Nokia 3.1 drops to $140 ($20 off) at Best Buy

Under HMD Global, Nokia has been making some seriously good phones. Earlier this year, we checked out the Android One-equipped Nokia 3.1 and found it to be one of the best phones in its price range on the market. The 3.1 is currently $139.99 at Best Buy, $20 less than its regular price.

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Nokia 3.1 review: In a league of its own

Nokia 3.1 review: In a league of its own

The Nokia 3.1 is one of HMD Global's newest budget phones, positioned between the Android Go-equipped Nokia 2.1 and the mid-range Nokia 5.1. The phone was announced in May of this year, and went on sale in the United States earlier this month.

All the hallmarks of recent Nokia devices are present, including great build quality, a stock Android experience, and good specifications for the price. HMD Global had to make some cuts to reach the sub-$160 price point, like dropping the fingerprint sensor, but I think the Nokia 3.1 is still a solid device.

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