A trio of new Nokia phones debuted last night - the Nokia 5.1, 3.1, and 2.1. The official pricing quoted at the event was €189/$219, €139/$159, and €99/$115, respectively, but these things tend to vary from market to market.
What we have now is the India pricing info for the entry level and mid-range phones and it's even more appealing than those initial guidelines. The Nokia India website reveals INR 12,499 ($184) tag for the 5.1 and INR 6,999 ($103) tag for the 2.1.
Pricing for the Nokia 3.1 isn't currently listed, but going by the rates of those other two and comparing them to the official prices it should be around INR9,200 ($135).
None of the handsets are available to purchase yet. The 3.1 is expected in a couple of weeks, while the remaining two will go on sale in July.
Yes, There is hardly any compact size phones now days( 4.5 and 4.7 inches)
I don't understand too why do companies increase screen sizes for entry-level phones. Why don't they follow the trial and tested screen of 4.7 inches of an iPhone, apart from that they are copying apple in every other aspect.