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Now a report by vtechgraphy claims that the Nokia 3310 will see a launch in Malaysia in April, with the launch of the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 staggered throughout May.
Going by this information, we can safely assume that Malaysia will not be the only country getting the Nokia 3310 in April.
After the Nokia 3310, the Nokia 3 is expected to go on sale first at the beginning of May followed by the Nokia 5 in mid-May with the global variant of the Nokia 6 launching last at the end of the month.
Nokia 3310 in detailThe new Nokia 3310 is quite a comprehensive update over its predecessor and comes with a 2.4′ color display, a 2MP rear camera and a microSD slot.
On the imaging front, it features a 16MP rear camera with PDAF and an 8MP front camera for selfies.
Nokia 9 Android phone’s availability and pricing uncovered
We are already certain about the new Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and even the Nokia 3310 but we’ve only heard rumors about the Nokia 9.
This Nokia 9 is special because it is said to be the flagship Nokia Android phone for 2017.
Launch of the phone could happen in the 3rd quarter accourding to our sources.
Nothing is final and official yet but we will let you know once the Nokia 9 is out or the features we listed before happen to be true.
The specs we mentioned earlier appear to be high end so this phone could really be a premium device with an expensive pricing of EUR 749 ($699 or Rs 44,999).
Nokia Wants To Make Its Android Phones The New Nexus Phones
Nokia’s current phones – the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 – all run a pretty clean version of Android.
Android updates – or, not getting them – is still a big stickling point for a lot of Android users.
This particular route, if done correctly, could create quite a USP for the Nokia brand inside the Android space, as no other manufacturer has perfected getting Android updates out in a timely fashion.
Plus, the Nokia brand is still immensely popular with millions of people the globe over.
But Nokia, under the stewardship of HMD Global, could well bring back elements of what made Google’s Nexus phones so popular with users.