Nokia 3.4 was announced on September 22, 2020.
The Nokia 3.4 has adequate hardware to handle day-to-day tasks. With 4GB of RAM, you won't really face any issues unless you are multitasking between heavy apps. The Snapdragon 460 is quick to load small apps but you'll need to wait for it to load heavier ones. I found the fingerprint scanner to be quick to unlock the smartphone and it never needed more than one attempt. There is face recognition as well, which worked quickly even in different lighting conditions.
- Gadgets: Nokia 3.4 performance and battery life - February 25, 2021.
The Nokia 3.4 is a cheap phone with a battery that should last two days for many, along with clean software and the promise of updates. But limited RAM makes it run slower than we’d like, and as such it's hard to fully recommend even at its low price.
- Techradar: Our Verdict - December 05, 2020.
Pick up the Nokia 3.4 and it has that slightly cheap, slightly insubstantial feel of a budget phone, but then you wouldn't expect a premium slab of glass and metal at this price. As always with a Nokia phone, it's well put together and comes with an aesthetic that's not unappealing if also a little bit dull. We've seen worse-looking handsets at this price point, let's put it that way. Purple, blue and black (the colour we reviewed) are your colour choices, and we quite like the textured plastic back of the phone, which gives it a decent grip and is something different from the norm. We're not so keen on the circular rear camera arrangement, just above the rear fingerprint scanner, but that's more of a personal preference.
- T3: Nokia 3.4 review, design and screen - April 23, 2021.
The Nokia 3.4 makes a good first impression for a phone that costs less than £100 online. It comes with a decent screen; the design is less bland than some; plus the plain Android One software is better-looking than that of many phones with third-party interfaces pasted on top. But, despite using a reasonable Snapdragon 460 processor, the Nokia 3.4 feels slow. This isn’t about 3D gaming or using demanding apps. The basics such as jumping between the browser and a messenger app are affected, and many will find this frustrating.
- Trusted Reviews: Final Thoughts - June 28, 2021.
There are several ways to use Nokia 3.4 with Outlook and Office 365.
If your Outlook folder is an Exchange or Office 365 folder, click here for a detailed setup guide to sync with Nokia 3.4.
For IMAP and POP3 folders, you can sync Outlook Contacts and Calendar with Google. Then on the phone, use Android Contacts and Android Calendar. Click here for a detailed setup guide.
For any foldder type, CompanionLink can sync Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. This works with any version of Outlook.
Last modified: Jul 30, 2021 8:55 pm