K.O., 01 Mar 2017Really that's all you know, well do some research. I don't know where you're from but you shou... moreTop 12 Cities In India Total Population 120 Million U Can Guess..... After That They R Many Small Cities Which Is More Than 50 But The Population Not Even Cross 100 Million..... The Reason Of Indian Market Growing Because In Villages Many Mobile Stores Of Chinese Mobiles And Other Big Brand Companies U Will Find Easily....... And Peoples Buy It And Sells It After One Year Of Usage..... Most Indians Blindly Go For One Brand Nokia Only For Calling But Now Slowly or Little Bit Fast Smart Phone Market Growing...... Nokia Is Little Bit Late But Not Too Late..... Now Every Company Will Invest In Indian Market Because India Have Huge Population :)
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2017I call bullsh!t. Many live in run down paper thin slum villages.Really that's all you know, well do some research. I don't know where you're from but you should know that we have 420 million urban market and living in villages doesn't meant "paper thin".Indian villages are even better than there urban counterparts, actually villages are developing faster than urban cities in India...
ssbatman21, 28 Feb 2017Equal no. of urban population.....?????? Did u miss first grade....?????????By your comment you seems to be first grader. American urban populus is 270 million and even if total populus 320 million is taken into account, we are still more than you i.e., 420 million. So you seriously lack knowledge yourself.
Joy-808, 28 Feb 2017who said you that they are not dual-sim.
cmmon go see the specs here at gsmarena or at noki... moreSorry I read it now, my bad.
Regardless mate, the specs are still pretty bare-bones and nothing to rave about.
Airbus A340-500, 28 Feb 2017The 5 & 6 look identical to the OnePlus X from the front but both the 2017 phones have hal... morewho said you that they are not dual-sim.
cmmon go see the specs here at gsmarena or at nokia.com/phones
It's clearly written both Single and Dual sim versions are available for all three 3,5 & 6
johnh3, 28 Feb 2017HMD Global is a small company. Nothing similar to the old Nokia like 6 years ago. Stephen Elop... morethat is why they are taking such a long time to launch it in India.
Nokia guys how to set up again, but setting up service centers, getting distributors and retailers, finding out old contacts etc... that too in whole India is a time taking process.
To set the standards as high as previous times, they need to keep everything before launching, otherwise people will lose trust, which Nokia can't afford
gsm, 27 Feb 2017made in India? Well sorry Nokia :) no go :/who is callling you to buy this...
johnh3, 28 Feb 2017HMD Global is a small company. Nothing similar to the old Nokia like 6 years ago. Stephen Elop... moreActually No , Microsoft sold the feature phone business to HMD that included their old original sales and distribution network ...
and as you might already know HMD is mostly comprised of old nokia and microsoft employees , so it's basically same old people coming together with same old partnerships
instead of having different divisions in the main company .. the work has been divided into 3 different companies.. even the factories used by foxconn to manufacture phones will be the same old NOkia factories ..
The 5 & 6 look identical to the OnePlus X from the front but both the 2017 phones have half the specs of the 2015 OnePlus X, sad. Also no dual SIM, most people in India now have 2 Sims, one their default number and a Jio sim - none of these Nokias are dualsim.
I was looking forward to re-owning a Nokia but, I'll pass........
babloo khan, 27 Feb 2017Dear Sir, when will the nokia new series available in pakitan.......please informnever
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2017Well true many live in villages but not paper thin. And many many more live in big houses bigg... moreEqual no. of urban population.....??????
Did u miss first grade....?????????
It needs to make phone super reliable and sturdy.
Otherwise we have better brands.
If Nokia has to make it presence feel.
Super Strong Phones.
HMD Global is a small company. Nothing similar to the old Nokia like 6 years ago. Stephen Elop and Microsoft have destroyed the relations with carriers and distributiors. So this new Nokia must build it up again from scratch basicly. And building up deals again with dealers taking time.
So they can not taking any big risk to release a flagship device at this point, they must play it safe. We will see a high end Nokia again I think. But probably not until the IFA event in Germany later this year.