Nokia Mobile released official videos for Nokia 3.1A and Nokia 3.1C

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 :).