The best Nokia phones of 2019: find the right Nokia for you

The name Nokia has almost become synonymous with & # 39; mobile phones & # 39; and & # 39; cell phones & # 39; since it is a long-lasting brand (even if that name has been passed between companies several times).

Because of that, Nokia has gathered its fair share of dedicated fans, who enjoy the low prices of Nokia phones but relatively decent specifications. But there are so many Nokia phones, it can be difficult to choose which one to buy, if you are in the market.

Fear not, TechRadar is here, and we've made this buying guide to help you find the best Nokia phone now, and also to compare the different phone models available.

In addition, Nokia is always launching new phones, and we expect it to be launched more at IFA 2019 in September, so there is never time to launch a definitive list.

That is why this list of Nokia phones is constantly updated, to take into account each new phone, as well as software updates for previous models.

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1. Nokia 9 PureView

Nokia's newest smartphone

Release date: February 2019 | Weight: 172 g | Dimensions: 155 x 75 x 8 mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 5.9 inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2880 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 6 GB | Storage: 128 GB | Battery: 3,320mAh | Rear camera: 12MP, 12MP, 12MP, 12MP, 12MP | Front camera: 20MP

Striking set of five cameras

Decent photos by sub-flagship price

Other intermediate features

Not a comfortable hold

The Nokia 9 PureView It's Nokia's newest flagship phone, and it comes with cutting-edge features to combine. In particular, it comes with an important feature (or five depending on how you count it) in the form of its five sensor rear camera, which is the most we have seen on a smartphone.

It's not exactly an expensive phone, compared to some of the flagships you can buy today, so if you want a photographic power source for smartphones without taking out a portion of your bank account, this can be the phone for you

The Nokia 9 PureView has problems, as most phones do, but it represents the best that Nokia has to offer right now.

Read our in-depth review Nokia 9 PureView

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2. Nokia 8.1

The Nokia 8.1 is one of the best Nokia phones you can buy

Release date: December 2018 | Weight: 180 g | Dimensions: 155 x 76 x 8 mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.2 inches | Resolution: 1080 x 2280 | CPU: Snapdragon 710 | RAM: 4 GB | Storage: 64 GB | Battery: 3,500mAh | Rear camera: 12MP, 13MP | Front camera: 20MP

Well-built design

Large, clear screen

Not waterproof

Lacks wireless charging

The Nokia 8.1 was our favorite Nokia phone until the Nokia 9 PureView appeared: it is a competent mid-range device that offers a proven Snapdragon 710 chipset, functional camera and proper battery, all for a relatively low price.

For such a low-priced phone, you will surely be impressed with its screen, with 2280 x 1080 Full HD + and a screen / body ratio of 81%, and an elegant design to combine.

It is by no means a powerful smartphone, and will not rival high-end models in terms of function specifications, but in its price band it is a tempting device.

Read our detailed review Nokia 8.1

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3. Nokia 8

Release date: October 2017 | Weight: 160 g | Dimensions: 151 x 73 x 8 mm | OS: Android 7 | Screen size: 5.3 inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2560 | CPU: Snapdragon 835 | RAM: 6 GB | Storage: 128 GB | Battery: 3,090mAh | Rear camera: 12MP, 13MP | Front camera: 5MP

Beautiful design

Beautiful QHD screen

The launch price is higher than one would expect

Not waterproof

Nokia phones They are often reliable phones that lack any defining or distinctive features, and the Nokia 8 is an excellent example of this. It looks great, with an impressive display and a beautifully designed body, but many of the other features could be defined as & # 39; fine & # 39 ;.

Dual cameras were acceptable in 2017 when the phone was launched, and features such as the 3.5mm headset the front and physical connector that used to be common but that are no longer, can attract users who like these characteristics.

With the Nokia 8 you get a solid phone that won't disappoint you, but it won. Don't be an icebreaker at parties either.

Read our detailed review Nokia 8

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4. Nokia 6.1

A low-tech but rugged phone

Release date: April 2018 | Weight: 172 g | Dimensions: 149 x 76 x 8 mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 5.5 inches | Resolution: 1080 x 1920 | CPU: Snapdragon 630 | RAM: 3 / 4GB | Storage: 32 / 64GB | Battery: 3,000mAh | Rear camera: 16MP | Front camera: 8MP

Durable but attractive

Generous HD screen

Single rear camera

The battery lasts almost a day

While the Nokia 6.1 does not have everything Despite Of the bells and whistles of the other previous Nokia phones, it is still a great device, especially considering many of the disadvantages that we could attribute to it, one would not realistically expect a phone of its price.

It is a rugged device with a robust design and robust frame: fans of solid and secure phones will love the durability of Nokia 6.1.

It also includes some quite impressive specifications for its low price, with a competent chipset and a splendid screen, but its camera load isn't as impressive as it could be.

Read our in-depth review Nokia 6.1

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5. Nokia 7.1

The former Nokia mid-range champion

Release date: October 2018 | Weight: 160 g | Dimensions: 150 x 71 x 8 mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 5.8 inches | Resolution: 1080 x 2280 | CPU: Snapdragon 636 | RAM: 3 / 4GB | Storage: 32 / 64GB | Battery: 3,060mAh | Rear camera: 12MP, 5MP | Front camera: 8MP

Large and bright LCD screen

The camera rises well

The battery life is not fantastic

Occasional delay in applications

The Nokia 7.1 Not exactly a miracle of a phone, but with such a low price, you will find the ideal device for daily use if you don't need the high processing power.

That high, bright and crisp screen really stands out for us though, and makes watching videos a pleasure: you can easily forget that you are not using a modern flagship with it.

And at such a low price, you will definitely not leave Nokia 7.1 feeling like you have a bad business: it is a reliable and agile Nokia smartphone.

Read our detailed review Nokia 7.1

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6. Nokia 7 Plus

Release date: March 2018 | Dimensions: 158 x 75 x 8 mm | Weight: 183 g | OS: Android 8.1 | Screen size: 6 inches | Resolution: 1080 x 2160 | CPU: Snapdragon 660 | RAM: 4 GB | Storage: 64 GB | Battery: 3,800 mAh | Rear camera: 12MP, 13MP | Front camera: 16MP

Pure Android

Good camera

Mid-range CPU

The camera struggles in low light

The Nokia 7 Plus is exactly what you imagine of a Nokia phone, since it is half the price of a flagship of its time, but it comes with all the features you would expect.

In particular, the phone has an impressive camera load for its price, and can last for a long time under intensive use. There are also inconveniences on the phone, but it is still an impressive Android device.

Read our detailed review Nokia 7 Plus

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7. Nokia 5.1

A premium mid-range phone that feels premium

Release date: August 2018 | Dimensions: 151 x 71 x 8 mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 5.5 inches | Resolution: 1080 x 2160 | CPU: MediaTek Helio P18 | RAM: 2 / 3GB | Storage: 16 / 32GB | Battery: 2,970mAh | Rear camera: 16MP | Front camera: 8MP

The best design in its class

Large screen for the price

Occasionally slow UI

Mediocre camera performance

You wouldn't guess looking at it is that the Nokia 5.1 is another mid-range smartphone: its metal body, classic style and elegant design make it look like a premium device.

Of course, what counts is what counts inside, and the Nokia 5.1 doesn't have the best specifications, that's why it's a little lower on our list, but that doesn't mean it's a bad phone and satisfies your needs easily.

The Nokia 5.1 also has a large screen, with a Full HD + screen, which is rare in its price category, but it should be this low cost that attracts it in the first place, since few phones that seem so Good they cost so little.

Read our in-depth article Review of Nokia 5.1

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8. Nokia 3.1 Plus

One of the most affordable in the group

Release date: October 2018 | Weight: 180 g | Dimensions: 157 x 76 x 8 mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6 inches | Resolution: 720 x 1440 | CPU: Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22 | RAM: 2 / 3GB | Storage: 16 / 32GB | Battery: 3,500mAh | Rear camera: 13MP, 5MP | Front camera: 8MP

Large screen for the price

The Android One user interface is smooth

The micro USB port seems outdated

16GB / 32GB storage only [19659002] While the Nokia 3.1 Plus is one of the cheapest in Nokia's already affordable phone line, it is still a great device, and with Android One it is a test of the future, so you won't need to pay more for an update soon .

For its low price, it has some excellent features, including impressive battery life, a dual-lens rear camera configuration and an attractive display. It is still a great device if you are looking to spend as little as possible on your new Nokia phone.

Read our detailed review Nokia 3.1 Plus

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