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Nokia A3 Pro Max Release Date and Price in Pakistan

Nokia fans, get ready to meet the new Nokia A3 Pro Max featuring an amazing 12GB RAM, 7000mAh battery cell! Take a look at all the amazing Nokia A3 Pro Max Specifications right below!

Nokia A3 Pro Max Specifications

Previously, we did introduce you to the fantastic Nokia Xpress Music 2021 with a stunning design and excellent Specifications recently. Today, here comes a new beast from HMD Global with so much more powerful performance. Say hello to the Nokia A3 Pro Max! When it comes to the display, the Nokia A3 Pro Max Specifications carry a 6.5-inch IPS LCD with a 4K resolution. Furthermore, this smartphone has a bezel display with a tall 21:9 aspect ratio.

Regarding the processor, Nokia A3 Pro Max will get power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. Additionally, speaking of the storage, this Nokia smartphone arrives in different versions of 8GB/ 12GB of RAM and 128GB/ 256GB/ 512GB of onboard storage. This smartphone also offers a MicroSD card to expand the storage up to 512GB. How about the capacity? This smartphone keeps the lights on with a monstrous 7000mAh juice box.

Also, this smartphone supports fast charging. Concerning photography, the Nokia A3 Pro Max camera offers 16MP sensors on the front for selfies and video calling. Moving around the back, the Nokia A3 Pro Max camera includes a triple sensors setup, consisting of a 64MP primary lens + 32MP secondary shooter + 8MP depth sensor. On the other side, the Nokia smartphone runs on the latest Android 11 as the operating system. Also, other connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, and more…

Nokia A3 Pro Max Release Date and Price in Pakistan

For now, we haven’t heard any official news about the arrival of this smartphone. We hope to meet Nokia A3 Pro Max in the last quarter of the year. Speaking of the cost, the Nokia A3 Pro Max Price in Pakistan starts at $250~ Rs. 23,385. What are your thoughts on this Nokia smartphone? Please leave us a comment section below!

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