Nokia 1 Review: Best low-end phone ever?

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Nokia’s naming strategy is simple, but effective. The higher the number the better the device. At the low-end is the Nokia 1. It is the company’s best attempt at an ultra-affordable Android smartphone. The question is, is it usable? Find out in our Nokia 1 review.

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42 thoughts on “Nokia 1 Review: Best low-end phone ever?

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  2. My respects to you, you have given me to understand about the characteristics of this specific terminal and therefore to make a better decision when buying a profitable cell phone. However, this terminal has caught my attention due to its compact size and the basic features that it offers at the hardware level (luckily I am not a fan of taking pictures), regarding the software I find it great to handle a light OS with the tools basic for day to day. That does not take away from the fact that I agree with you, I simply need to spend as little as I can on a smart phone to accompany me for the most important (to he** with the fashion of always having the latest and constantly competing with your friends to see who is better"). 🤣👍🏻

  3. I'm using this phone now, but there are a little bit problem of this phone when I double touch it for long it stop I don't think if it is just my phone Nokia 1, try play MLBB

  4. Just picked it up for £40. I am "downgrading" because my phone usage has been ridiculously high. All I want is basic web browsing, texts, calls and whatsapp. Removable battery is the icing on the cake.

  5. Most people who buy a cheaper phone do it out of necessity, not because they need features. For this reason alone I think the Nokia 1 is really good for it's price.
    It's sturdy too! Watch JerryRigEverything trying to brake one. Spoiler alert: he can't => https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv0BwAKOan4
    And this is important when giving it to your teenage child! The Nokia 3 is much larger and more fragile, so less adapted to the way teens use their phone.

  6. Those of you still attempting to recommend any Huawei/Honor/Redmi/Xiaomi/ZTE/Oppo devices, please understand that for *American* users, these devices will be useless in a short amount of time due to US restrictions on Chinese telecoms from accessing Google Play certification and Android SDK updates.

    And no, importing them is not worth the cost. Also, most people will not know how to flash AOSP on these devices, too.

  7. This also makes a superb backup phone, if, say, hypothetically, your friends pushed you into a lake to be funny causing your primary phone in your jeans pocket to drown and you have no money to replace it with something spiffier.

    Hypothetically.

  8. After few months system doesn't proceeds , camera shut down, Google photos cause problems picture doesn't appear on Google photos, no simple gallery.. Goole play stopped . Better buy a bit expensive phone

  9. Wow even a year ago this is a ridiculous price for that phone! A hundred bucks for it!? You can get a moto g6, a LG Stylo 4, moto e5 and a few different Redmi phones for a hundred dollars. It just doesn't make sense for it to be that price. Surely it has to be where you bought it. I'm sure the prices are extremely different in various places in the world. The phones I listed are here at my local Walmart. That's the reason I can name those specific ones. I have heard the Nokia 1 gets insane signals though. I bet the battery lasts a long time as well because it can't be doing much to drain it lol. Good solid review.

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