The Nokia 3.1 Plus is excellent for watching movies or YouTube. It’s loaded up with Android One for a clean-looking interface, and with great battery life on offer as well there’s a lot to love here. It’s far from perfect though. The Nokia 3.1 Plus and its ample six inches of screen costs less than you’d expect, making it one of the biggest-screened low-cost phones around.  With a metal body and dual cameras, not to mention Android One – a future-proofed, stock take on Google’s operating system – the headline specs look great for the price.  body .hawk-widget{–trd-blue:#2f6e91;width:100%;letter-spacing:normal;}._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:16px 0;}@media (min-width:600px){._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:0;min-height:128px;float:right;clear:none;width:50%;}.fancy_box_body ._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{float:none;width:100%;}}.icon~.hawk-widget{clear:both;} But with a chipset from MediaTek, a less well-known manufacturer than Qualcomm, not to mention a 720p screen, compared to the Full HD resolution some of the competition packs, has Nokia cut back in the right places?  P...