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as mentioned in Just like other Nokia phones — Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 — the Nokia 3 has a metal frame and polycarbonate body.
“Nokia is everyone’s brand and finally we have Android in Nokia, Android that is world’s most used operating system,” he says.
For now it is teasing journalists and tech bloggers with drawings of earlier Nokia phones, including the iconic Nokia 3310.
Nokia is live streaming the event so you can also watch the Nokia event in real time with the following feed:
India Today Tech expects that the Nokia phones launching today will use Android Nougat aka Android 7.
Nokia is back from the dead with a trio of pure Android phones
Nokia 3The third and final new Nokia Android phone is the Nokia 3, and it’s the most basic of the trio.
Nokia 6 Grid View Photo by Tom Warren / The VergePhoto by Tom Warren / The VergePhoto by Tom Warren / The VergePhoto by Tom Warren / The VergePhoto by Tom Warren / The VergePhoto by Tom Warren / The VergePhoto by Tom Warren / The VergeHMD already unveiled its Nokia 6 smartphone last month for the Chinese market, but it’s now going global with a few tweaks.
We’ll have to wait a little longer for premium Nokia Android phonesThe biggest questions that remain around HMD and Nokia’s strategy here are whether operators appreciate the pure Android nature of the company’s offerings.
The Nokia 5 is the most impressive for the priceJust like the Nokia 6, the Nokia 5 is also powered by Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
Nokia 5 The second Nokia-branded Android phone is the one I walked away most impressed with.
Here’s the three new Nokia Android phones you’ve been waiting for – BGR
referring to But hey, they’re Nokia phones running Android, and they look half-decent, so who are we to complain?
Don’t Miss : The Nokia 3310 is officially back, and yes, it plays SnakeThe three devices are called the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.
The Nokia 5 looks like a small step up in price, but hits a much more attractive place with the specs.
It’s probably not quite what you were expecting: the phones really come from Nokia’s new Finnish owner, HMD Global.
About five years too late, Nokia has finally entered the Android market.