How do you get a beloved brand like Nokia back into the pages of the present? You flood the market with all sorts of devices of course. And that’s what Nokia used to do well back in its heyday and that's what they do well. So it would seem logical to get back to their tried and tested methods. Nokia has been on a roll with their recent smartphone launches, each better than the last and they are back at it again with the launch of the 3.1 Plus. The new device sports a massive 6in HD+ display and an equally massive 3500mAh battery that promises 2 days of battery life. The 3.1 Plus is Nokia’s most affordable dual lens camera featuring a 13+5MP rear sensor setup and an 8MP front snapper. Powering the 3.1 Plus is the MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor with 3GB RAM and 32 GB storage. Like all modern Nokia phones, the 3.1 Plus also joins the Android family which comes with two years of software updates and three years of security updates. All that and more at a puny cost of ₹11,499 with sales starting on 19th October 2018.