Nokia 3.4 was recently launched and continues to appeal to many people looking for a clean, and durable smartphone that won’t cost a fortune. However, making the right choice begins with a clear view of the value of the purchase.

The latest Nokia 3.4 device is a solid device with great textural colours and sturdy design giving off the reliability that Nokia is known for. On closer look, the Android One clean interface looks a lot like Google Pixel 4a but doesn’t deliver the same performance.

Like the first of the Nokia 3 series, the Nokia 3.4 comes with great RAM and internal storage in an affordable package compared to the Nokia 5 and 6 series. The Nokia 3.4 smartphone comes with the newly released Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC processor, which ramps up the processing power. It equally boasts of a triple camera setup at the back but uses the punch-hole frontal design that looks good.

Nokia 3.4 Key Specs

  • Name: Nokia 3.4
  • Available colours: Charcoal, Fjord, Dusk
  • Released: September 2020
  • Dimensions: 161 x 76 x 8.7 mm
  • Mass: 180 Grams
  • Display Type: IPS LCD
  • Display: 6.39 inches,
  • Resolution: HD+ 720×1560 pixels (269 ppi)
  • Front Camera: 8 MP wide, + LED [email protected] video
  • Rear Camera: 13Mp (wide) + 5 MP (ultra-wide) + 2 MP (depth) _ LED [email protected]
  • CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 (11 nm), Octa-core (8 × up to 1.8 GHz ARM Cortex-A53 and A73),
  • GPU: Adreno 610
  • Storage: 32/64GB expanded up to 128 GB
  • RAM: 3 / 4 GB
  • Connectivity: BT 4.2, WiFi b/g/n, USB-OTG, GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS), NFC (some markets)
  • Sensors: Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity
  • Headphone Jack: Yes
  • Wireless Charging: No
  • Extras: FM Radio, 5W charger (supports 10W), nano-SIM, USB Type C port
  • Long battery life
  • Great design and build
  • Affordable price
  • Android 12 (Android One)
  • Not very great performance
  • Does not support fast or wireless charging
  • Mediocre camera
Nokia 3.4

The Nokia 3.4 box gives you a glimpse of everything you can have from a smartphone in terms of packaging. You can quickly glance at the snapshot of the front and rear end of the device, which is quite different from the previous packaging for Nokia mobile phones. The brand takes a step away from its Nokia legacy handshake to focus on the product.

On one end, you can also find the Android One logo, which also gives a glimpse of the operating system, alongside two years warranty and Android upgrades package. It’s a great marketing choice for Nokia. By giving buyers a taste of the smartphone’s features.

On the inside, the retail package features a wall adapter, cable, earpiece, manual, phone rear cover and the smartphone itself.


Personally, I love Nokia 3.4 white’s casing. First, the translucent colour can be used by everyone. It’s a bit more decent than most and will reduce the impact of falls and slides on your device, making it last longer.

Nokia 3.4 case




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