The Nokia 3.4 was announced alongside the 2.4. The device usually costs around KES 17,000 and mainly targets customers who have a little more than KES 15000 for a smartphone.
A Kenya launch has not been revealed, but as usual, the device will make its way here sooner than later.
It runs Android 10, and will be upgraded to Android 11 in the near future, which is not surprising considering HMD does a good job keeping their devices up to date.
Here are some of its specs:
720 x 1560 pixels
Planned upgrade to Android 11
|Memory||3/32 GB, 3/64 GB, 4/64 GB
Memory card slot
13 MP main
5 MP ultrawide
2 MP depth sensor
|Colours||Fjord, Dusk, Charcoal|