The Android-based Nokia 3 is extremely cheap, looks good and is comfortable to hold in one hand – Other than this there is no value point. The processing power has been compromised a lot to make it cheap. The quad-core chip is even strive to run the stock version of Android Nougat! It takes considerable time to open apps – and often forced to quit, too!The design of Nokia 3 model is eye catching with a slim body and narrow bezel makes it sleek and compact to hold in one hand. The 5-inch display with 720p resolution is adequate to exhibit the contents despite its reading friendliness – its neither bright nor bold. So its not appropriate to show off snaps at their best.The 8-megapixel camera is good enough for some quick pics in daylight, but the downside is its lacking in the vibrant colours and exposure balance compared to higher priced camera phones. Lightening up of the shadows function of the HDR Mode is not up to the mark, its output is grainy in low light, yet you can get refreshing selfies from its 8-megapixel front camera.The battery lasts about 10 hours on an average if you just use the basics of Whatsapp and email, keeping the screen brightness down and Wi-Fi turned off. Nokia 3 isn’t great if you wish to play games and take Instagram-worthy photos throughout the day.