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first_imgAfter the Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 7.1, it looks like the Nokia 3.1 Plus is next in line for a price cut. The Nokia 3.1 Plus (Review) was launched in India at Rs 11,499, which disappointed a lot of people who felt the Nokia 5.1 Plus offered a better deal at Rs 10,999. This is perhaps why HMD has finally decided to give the Nokia 3.1 Plus a price drop of around Rs 1,500 for a new price of Rs 9,999.The new price of the Nokia 3.1 Plus makes a lot more sense, although the company is yet to officially announce the price cut. NokiaPowerUser spotted the new pricing in retail stores but HMD is yet to update it on its online store. Meanwhile, Amazon India and Flipkart have listed the Nokia 3.1 Plus with its new Rs 9,999 price tag. Consumers interested in an Android One device under Rs 10,000 can consider the Nokia 3.1 Plus now.With the new price cut, the Nokia 3.1 Plus is now the cheapest Nokia smartphone that is part of the Android One program. The Nokia 3.1 Plus sports a 6-inch HD+ display with a 18:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 400GB via microSD card.The Nokia 3.1 Plus comes with a dual camera system that includes a 13MP primary sensor with f/2.0 aperture and a 5MP secondary sensor with LED flash support. Up front, the Nokia 3.1 Plus gets a 8MP selfie snapper with f/2.2 aperture. The phone ships with stock Android 8.1 Oreo, and should get updated to Pie soon considering HMD has updated eight Nokia phones to the latest Android version already. The handset houses a 3,500mAh battery which promises over a full day worth of battery life.advertisementShould you buy the Nokia 3.1 Plus?In our review of the Nokia 3.1 Plus, we loved the classy design of the phone that makes this affordable phone look premium. We were also pleasantly delighted by the battery life, which manages to take you through two days on average usage. The only thing that felt wrong at the time was the pricing, but HMD seems to have fixed that now. It is definitely worth considering now for consumers looking for a pure Android smartphone under Rs 10,000 that is due to get updated to Android Pie.ALSO READ | Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Classy design with a questionable priceALSO READ | Nokia 7.1 sees a price cut, now available at Rs 18,999 on Amazon Indialast_img read more