HMD Global Brings Nokia 3.2 Smartphone to India


The company seems to be banking upon Nokia 3.2’s display and battery life to drive sales in the country

Nokia 3.2 Smartphone

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has announced that the Nokia 3.2 will be available in India at starting prices of Rs 8,990. The company will start retailing Nokia 3,2 smartphone in two variants -2/16GB storage variant and 3/32GB storage variant, starting 23 May 2019.

HMD’s official statement read, “Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 mobile platform and available with up to 3/32GB memory configuration, the Nokia 3.2 will get through tasks with ease. It is also among the first Nokia smartphones to include a notification light – the power button comes to life to alert you of notifications so you know when to unlock your phone and check your apps.”

Nokia 3.2 smartphone features

The Nokia 3.2 features a 6.26-inch HD+ display and runs Android Pie out of the box. It joins the comprehensive line-up of Nokia smartphones in the Android One family.

Ajey Mehta, VP and country head, India, HMD Global, said, “We know how important a great display and a two-day battery life are to many smartphone users, so we made sure we delivered on these qualities for the Nokia 3.2. And we didn’t stop there. We have put everything you expect from the latest smartphone into an affordable package. From biometric face unlock and AI-powered features like Adaptive Battery to a more modern and personal way to interact with your smartphone through the dedicated Google Assistant button, you won’t be held back by the Nokia 3.2. By owning the affordable Nokia 3.2, you will surely enjoy exciting features and the latest trends apart from the promise we make – that it will just get better.”

This latest Nokia smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 mobile platform and is available with up to 3/32GB memory configuration. Nokia’s official statement read, “To squeeze every last drop out of the huge battery, the Adaptive Battery feature introduced in Android 9 Pie manages background applications using AI, learning from user behaviour to know when to throttle or increase power to specific apps or processes. It even has enough power to go two days with the largest display we’ve ever put in a smartphone.”

It constinued, “Many of the premium features on the Nokia 3.2 are powered by AI, including face unlock to give you a quick, handsfree way to unlock your smartphone or exclusive Google Assistant actions to open apps quicker, including launching the camera app. The Nokia 3.2 also lets you access your Google Assistant without unlocking your phone. After opting-in through your settings, you’ll be able to perform basic tasks like setting a timer, scheduling reminders, playing music or asking it questions.”