HMD unveiled three Android smartphones back in February - the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. Four long months later the phones finally started appearing on shelves. The latest market to get them is Australia, where retailer JB Hi-Fi has the three phones are up for sale.
The Nokia 3 costs AUD249 ($198) and is available in two colors - Silver or Black. The phone is the entry-level one and comes with a MediaTek MT6737 chipset with a quad-core CPU.
Next in line is the Nokia 5. It can be purchased only in Black for AUD329, which is the equivalent of $261. The 5 comes with Snapdragon 430 and 2GB of RAM.
The most capable of the three is the Nokia 6 (for now). It costs AUD399 (about $317). You can get it in either Black or Silver. It still has the same entry-level Snapdragon 430, but at least it has 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. The camera has a 16 MP sensor and f/2.0 lens.
Locked to Telstra network... Which means the device itself is subsidized by Telstra. The actual price (price for unlocked non contract device) is much higher than that.
Oh yep, locked to the Telstra network. Not quite the same as these which are unlocked, but that's still a good price for those who want it.
Prepaid Iphone SE 32 GB is $449 AUD