Finnish manufacturer with exclusive rights to sell phones under the brand LG, plans to introduce four new models at the World Congress of mobile phones in Barcelona later this month.
In addition to “sixes”, which was launched in China, HMD plans to unveil two devices – Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 – which runs Android 7.0 Nougat, with slightly lower specifications and more affordable.
Nokia 5, for example, will keep the processor of “sixes”, but will have a smaller screen of 5.2 inches, half lower memory (2GB) and the main camera of 12 megapixels. Insofar price will be 50 euros lower of these models, so Nokia 6 will cost 250 euros, and Nokia 5 200 euros.
Nokia 3 will cost about 150 euros.
However, the most interesting of the announced devices is not smartphone, but the modern version of “dumb” phone Nokia 3310, which “raged” at the beginning of this millennium.
At a price of only sixty euros, this new incarnation should satisfy nostalgic users, who need a spare phone.