Top 10 Best Dual/Bokeh Camera phones from Nokia

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  1. Nokia 6.1 Plus (4GB RAM) 11
    Nokia 6.1 Plus

    4GB RAM

    ₹ 15,999 onwards

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            Offers mid-range specs in a premium design...a good alternative to the Redmi Note 5 Pro -----digit.in
  2. Nokia 2.3 12
    Nokia 2.3

    ₹ 7,850 onwards

    Buy
            If you are looking for a cheap smartphone with Android One, you will hardly be able to get past the Nokia 2.3 -----notebookcheck.net
  3. Nokia 5.1 Plus (6GB RAM, 64GB) 13
    Nokia 5.1 Plus

    6GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 15,383 onwards

    Buy
            A breath of fresh air -----ibtimes.co.in
  4. Nokia 5.1 Plus (4GB RAM, 64GB) 14
    Nokia 5.1 Plus

    4GB RAM, 64GB

    ₹ 14,499 onwards

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            Worth the money -----digit.in
  5. Nokia 4.2 15
    Nokia 4.2

    ₹ 11,983 onwards

    Buy
            In isolation, the Nokia 4.2 is good but it falls behind when compared with other devices in the same segment -----bgr.in
  6. Nokia 3.1 Plus 16
    Nokia 3.1 Plus

    ₹ 11,499 onwards

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            Worth considering when you’re planning to spend around Rs 11,000 on a no-frills smartphone -----digit.in
  7. Nokia 2.2 (3GB RAM, 32GB) 17
    Nokia 2.2

    3GB RAM, 32GB

    ₹ 7,999 onwards

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            If you’re not driven by speed and are seeking an unadulterated Android experience on a tight budget, then the Nokia 2.2 might work for you -----thenewsminute.com
  8. Nokia 2.2 (2GB RAM, 16GB) 18
    Nokia 2.2

    2GB RAM, 16GB

    ₹ 8,290 onwards

    Buy
            As a backup or just a cheap starter phone, the Nokia 2.2 is a decent little option that does the basics reasonably well -----ww.9to5google.com