Design and Display
A clean design is carried over from the Nokia 3.1 and with a bit of finesse in the form of bezel reduction.
The body is made of aluminum which is pretty much durable and with a uniform look housing the vertically aligned camera with fingerprint scanner below it.
You have Nokia branded vertically at the back and one on top of the screen too while also offering an audio jack.
On the display end, the Nokia 3.1 Plus has more display space in store for you, but keeps the resolution the same as its more compact cousin. It has a decent resolution with an aspect ratio of 18:9 and standard bezel reduction around the screen. Going up to a size of 6.0-HD DISPLAY.
Battery and Camera
You have an ample amount of battery power stashed into the Nokia 3.1 Plus with enough juice to get you through the day. With no fast charge support, the 3, 500mAh battery will take about 2 hours to reach full charge.
There is the addition of an extra camera to the rear making it a dual setting rather than the single setup seen in the Nokia 3.1.
Nokia 3.1 Plus features a dual-camera setup. The 5MP secondary is meant to help out the main 13MP camera out for portrait pictures. Over to the front, the Nokia 3.1 Plus has an 8MP camera for taking selfies with its own LED flash and HDR capability.
Hardware and Software
Improvements to the smartphone goes all the way to the core of the smartphone with a more powerful octa-core chipset.