After the announcement of Nokia 2.2, HMD Global launched Nokia 3.1A and Nokia 3.1C specifically for US carriers AT&T and Cricket Wireless. The specifications of the two phones are the same, but the colours of the two phones are different.
The Nokia 3.1A and Nokia 3.1C have a 5.45-inch HD+ display. They are powered by the Snapdragon 429 processor paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. They have a polycarbonate body and a cut out in the back for the speaker.
There is a single 8MP camera on the back with support for Motion Photos and a 5MP camera in front for selfies. There is no fingerprint scanner but HMD Global has included a USB Type-C port which is surprising for an entry-level phone. They run Android Pie with Google Assistant on board but are not part of the Android One program. There is Bluetooth 5.0, a single Nano-SIM slot, and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi. They also have a 2990mAh battery with a promise of 2-day battery life.
The Nokia 3.1A comes in Black with AT&T’s logo in white at the bottom while the Nokia 3.1C comes in White. There is no info on the price yet but the Nokia 3.1A will be available at select Walmart stores on Monday, June 10, while the Nokia 3.1C will be available on June 14.