HMD Global unveiled three new devices, upgrading its entry-level and mid-range portfolio. The Nokia 2.1 is the company's first phone with Android Oreo Go Edition, the Nokia 3.1 comes as a follow-up of the most successful HMD smartphone in 2017, while the Nokia 5.1 delivers some premium features on the cheap.
The devices are priced between €99 and €189 and should be arriving in the following month or two. And now we have a few videos of the trio to kill some time while we wait.
Nokia 2.1 is aimed at developing markets with its trimmed Go Android. Since the apps do not waste memory, the phone with a 4,000 mAh power cell has a massive battery life - HMD promises two days of continuous usage, but we’ll put the statement to the test once the device arrives to the office.
The Nokia 3.1 comes with a tall screen and promises a premium experience and quality at an affordable price. It is surprisingly small in hand, especially compared with the Nokia 2.1.
Design is key for the Nokia 5.1, and this is what the promo video focuses on. The video gives pretty much the right impression that the Nokia 5.1 looks stunning both in Copper and in Blue.
We were at the unveiling yesterday that took place in Moscow, and we shared our first handsn impressions.
Exactly, also these people overlook how Nokia really cares for durability, SW updates and great clean UI, something Xiaomi can't match.
Those Xiaomi fans always saying CRAP against other brands..but their phones are the real crap chinise brand Low Quality. .. NOKIA is NOKIA..
Nokia 6.1 camera is crap in low light. And it's overpriced. I mean 279 eur for 32 gb 3 gb ram phone. What si this? 2016? And snapdragon 630 isn't a big update over 625. That's the 636 with custom kryo cores and better gpu. Nokia 3.1 has a 28 nm based...