Update: The Nokia 3.1 is now also listed on Amazon's US website, although the listing currently says "temporarily out of stock." At $159, pricing remains the same though.
Original story follows:
When the Nokia 3.1 was officially unveiled, HMD said the device will be available for purchase in June. Since then, the device has already got its Indian pricing confirmed, and has also gone on pre-order in Russia.
And now, its US launch also seems imminent. The device is currently listed on retailer B&H Photo's website as coming soon.
The price tag, as you can see, is $159, which is exactly what was revealed during the phone's unveiling. Sadly, there's currently no information on exactly when the Nokia 3.1 will go on sale in the US.
Meanwhile, in a separate but Nokia-related news, the Nokia 6 and Nokia 5 have started receiving the latest June security update. It weighs in at around 150MB for the former, and around 140MB for the latter. No other major changes are included.
I swear I am neither 40 yo nor trendy.
Haha, i actually like this. Why would they even.bother? US is full of trendy 40 years old kids. Iphone or samsing would be the only choice. So, why would they bother?