Nokia Mobile released the official videos for the recently announced Nokia 3.1A and Nokia 3.1C which are exclusive for US carriers At&t and Cricket Wireless, respectively. The video focuses mostly on Google’s latest Android Pie software rather than Nokia Mobile’s hardware.
Although the Android 9 Pie is something that will attract many folks that are entering the world of smartphones, Nokia 3.1A & Nokia 3.1C are nicely built phones. Both phones are a nice upgrade of the original Nokia 3.1 since they come with and Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 in combination with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Devices feature a 5.45-inch 720p display, 8MP rear and 5MP front camera, 2990mAh battery, and also come with USB Type C ports, 3.5mm headphone jack, and MicroSD card slot. The competition on the US smartphone market is high, and Nokia Mobile is having a hard time to gain bigger market share. Since the market is mainly operator driven, the launch of Nokia 3.1A for At&t and 3.1C for At&t’s subsidiary Cricket Wireless is a good tactic.
The AT&T Customer Care department also published a nice video tutorial to teach the potential buyers how to customise the Home Screen on their Nokia 3.1 A.
Nokia’s D&S department used to do this kind of tutorial videos for the Nokia Lumia devices and frankly I liked those. It would be cool from Nokia Mobile to start publishing how-to videos once again since those could be helpful for the folks that prefer watching video tutorials over reading the instructions, and to fill up their Youtube account :).