Nokia 3.4 seems like an interesting affordable midrange smartphone both by its hardware and design. If the price is right at targeted markets, and the first reviews good, this phone might be a bestseller for Nokia Mobile. Another thing that will help sell more models of Nokia 3.4 is the Android Enterprise Recommended badge, which just got granted by Google. This means that many businesses will be able to use Nokia 3.4 for its employees since the hardware and software meet the requirements that Google thinks enterprises need.
Nokia 3.4 can now be found on the Android Enterprise Recommended website among many other phones, with its specs listed. There you can see that the 3.4 will be getting monthly security patches until October 2023, which puts a bit of pressure on Nokia Mobile to deliver updates, but will make general users satisfied with the support.
What are your thoughts on Nokia 3.4? Can a shape similar to Nokia 8.3, and Snapdragon 460, 3/4GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of ROM accompanied with a 13 MP main camera and 4000 mAh battery be good enough for you?