Nokia has confirmed that it will be launching its new Android smartphones — the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 — in the United States. In fact, the company is planning on launching its new handsets on a global scale.
Nokia made its grand comeback at MWC this year with the launch of not one, but three Android smartphones: the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6. However, the fourth handset launched by the company that managed to steal the thunder not only from its own phones but also from every other phone launched at MWC was the Nokia 3310.
Nokia, the Finnish company that once dominated the smartphone market with its Symbian phones before being acquired by Microsoft and fading into oblivion, is back. HMD Global, a Finnish company comprising of veteran Nokia executives and staff, purchased the rights from Nokia to manufacture and sell phones under its brand name.
The iconic Nokia 3310 is making a comeback today. HMB Global, the company that is now selling phones under Nokia’s brand name now, today relaunched the Nokia 3310. The handset has been updated to keep up with the times, but we are still talking about a feature phone here.
Nokia today launched its three new Android smartphones here in Barcelona: the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6. While the Nokia 6 was already unveiled by HMD Global — the company that purchased the rights to sell phones under Nokia branding, the other two phones are brand new.
HMD Global, the company that is selling phones under the iconic Nokia brand, will reportedly unveil four phones at MWC in Barcelona later this month. Out of the four, one will be Nokia 6 which launched in China earlier this year.
Last year, Nokia confirmed it would be making its way into the smartphone market again, thanks to devices running Google’s mobile operating system.
A few hours after teasing their first handset, HMD Global today unveiled their first Nokia-branded Android smartphone: the Nokia 6. The China-exclusive device features a 5.5-inch Full HD display that is protected by a curved 2.5D Gorilla Glass.
HMD Global, the company that has acquired the license from Nokia to manufacture and sell smartphones under its name, today teased the unveiling of the first Nokia branded smartphone. Dubbed Nokia 6, the handset will be exclusively available in China.
Back in May of this year, Nokia announced that it planned on making a triumphant return to the phone and tablet market.