The Nokia 3.1 had three skills - superb body build with a big notchless screen, stock Android and a strong battery with Type C. It also came with a few hiccups like poor camera and speed issues. Well, Nokia found a solution to fix and polish those niggles with its all new Nokia 3.2 ready to strive in the sub-₹10k bracket. It’s one of the tallest in the budget department with a 6.26in HD+ screen and promises a mega battery that’ll last for a good two days. Better yet, it’s flavoured with Android Pie and powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 429 engine. However, our favourite feature is the power button-cum-LED light notification which can also work like a walkie-talkie with the help of Google Assistant. “Hey Google, how much is the Nokia 3.2 for?” The Nokia 3.2 can be yours for starting from ₹8990 in Black or Steel variants. Review coming soon, stay tuned.