The Olla Note 3 falls in the lower mid-range smartphone category. It houses hardware specs that are capable of performing tasks that are not too power intensive.
The Design and Display
The Olla Note 3 features a design that seems to be inspired by the Oppo F11 Pro. You have got a very similar layout on the rear and front. It even features the Oppo F11 pro’s signature purple gradient as one of its color options.
The rear of this mobile phone is home to dual cameras, a camera flash, a capacitive fingerprint sensor, and the Olla logo, indicating it’s a mobile phone manufactured by Olla.
Upfront you get a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with a screen resolution of 720 X 1560 and a screen density of 267 PPI. This display is void of any cut-outs or notch, which is facilitated by the presence of a pop-up camera.
The Olla Note 3 comes in two color variants, which may end up being a dilemma if you don’t like any of them. However, color options available include Coral Blue and Midnight Black.
The Olla Note 3 isn’t a smartphone camera beast by any means, but it does feature a set of cameras that is capable of allowing you to capture memories. Which is the actual basic use of a smartphone camera.
Its rear camera system comprises dual cameras which include a 16MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary camera. This camera setup is capable of taking photos in HDR, Panorama and also capable of shooting videos maxed at 1080p at 30fps.
The selfie camera here is a 16MP camera, which is also capable of shooting photos in HDR and 1080p videos at 30fps.