Nokia 3.2 32GB price in Pakistan starts from Rs. 22,499. The retail price of Nokia 3.2 32GB is Rs. 22,499 at retail outlets. This is 3 GB RAM / 32 GB internal storage variant of Nokia which is available in Black, Steel colours.
Nokia 3.2 32GB – A Entry-level Smartphone With Enhanced Storage
- Retail Price of Nokia 3.2 32GB in Pakistan is Rs. 22,499.
- Retail Price of Nokia in USD is $168.
Nokia is coming again with 3.2 32GB with the new upgraded handset in terms of internal storage in order to compete with other smartphones of this category. The new upcoming Nokia 3.2 32GB specs wise will remain the same but the only thing that you will find a variation in is the native storage status of the handset. The upgraded smartphone Nokia’s 3.2 32GB will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 (12 nm) chipset. The chipset is very good at the entry-level and further, it is coupled with 3 gigabytes of RAM which shows that the new Nokia 3.2 32GB’s much better than the previous variant of the company. The native storage of the handset is 32 gigabytes that were 16 gigabytes in the previous variant. More importantly, the user can enhance the memory of the 3.2 32GB by Nokia by the microSD slot which there to increase the memory status of the phone by using external storage source
like a memory card. The 6.3 inches IPS LCD display panel of the Nokia 32GB will give you HD plus the resolution of 720 x 1520 Pixels. A typical entry-level approach is followed here in this smartphone as well as it is packed with a single
rear camera setup. The Nokia 3.2’s 32GB is packed with a 13 megapixels back camera along with an LED flash. The front-facing camera is 5 megapixels. Another amazing thing that you will find on the rear of the Nokia 3.2 32GB is the fingerprint scanner that is used to secure your data. The handset is fueled with 4000 mAh battery. This is something amazing about these entry-level handsets like 3.2 32GB’s that are packed with gigantic batteries. Samsung
has set the tone by bring high-end specs in the entry-level smartphone and now other tech companies are following it.