Nokia 5310 is a good feature phone. It will attract people of the old generation because of nostalgia. It doesn’t have the latest features but still a good phone with the good build quality and basically for music lovers. They could have added at least 3G or even WiFi to cope up with modern technology. Although it’s a refreshed version of the old version, they could have upgraded the hardware a little.
The Nokia 2.2 is the successor of the Nokia 2.1, and at a price tag of Rs. 6,999, it is undoubtedly one of the most affordable smartphones by HMD Global. The Nokia 2.2 sports a waterdrop display, a sturdy design, and promises a stock Android experience - all within a budget!
Nokia 2 is a basic smartphone and acts like one with mediocre performance, poor camera and dated display.
Nokia 5.1 Plus
Nokia 5.1 Plus arrives as a beauty which does not only rely on looks but can back itself up with competitive performance and decent cameras.
Nokia 5.1 is a low budget phone that comes with average performance and passable cameras, having a solid build.
Nokia 6.1 Plus
Nokia 6.1 Plus has the looks and the power going for it, but it comes paired with problems that are common with mid-range phones - average camera and jittery Face Recognition.
Nokia 3.2 is an inferior phone with abysmal performance and poor cameras, and only has the Android One and Nokia brand in its favour.