The Nokia 5 is a compact smartphone with a 5.2 inch HD display, designed from a single block of aluminium. The display of the smartphone is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. The Nokia 5 runs on a Snapdragon 430 processor with 2GB RAM, and is powered by a 3000mAh battery. It has a 16GB internal storage capacity, which can be extended to 128GB. What’s great is that users also get unlimited storage on Google Drive with the new Nokia phones. The device will come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box and will be available in Tempered Blue, Silver, Matte Black, Copper colour variants. The Nokia 5 will be priced at 189 euros (Rs. 13,301) and is aimed at the budget user. Here is the entire spec sheet for the Nokia 5.
The second smartphone launched by Nokia and HMD is the Nokia 3. The smartphone is aimed at the ultra-budget user and is priced at 139 euros (Rs. 9,792). The smartphone features a 5-inch HD display covered in Gorilla Glass. The Nokia 3, unlike the Nokia 5, will run on the Mediatek 6737 SoC clocked at 1.3GHz. It will come with 2GB RAM, 16GB expandable storage. Both the primary and secondary cameras are 8MP and the phone is juiced up by a 2650 mAh battery. Again, the Nokia 3 will be available in 4 colour options – Silver White, Matte Black, Tempered Blue and Copper White. You can read the complete spec sheet here.
Lastly, Nokia had “one more thing” to announce. Yes, the reliable Nokia 3310 is back with increased battery life for the feature phone user. The Nokia 3310 will give users a 22 hour talk time and a 1 month standby time. It will feature Snake, yes, THE SNAKE is back and so is the age-old Nokia ringtone. Here are all the specs of the 3310.
In addition to all the above phones, Nokia also announced the global availability of the previously launched Nokia 6. The Nokia 5,3 and 3310 will be available starting Q2 2017, however, no official release date was announced for the same. With this, Nokia has truly re-entered the smartphone market and seems to be making the right kind of noise. The company claims it is “aiming to be one of the top smartphone players in the industry.” Can the Finnish mobile giant reclaim its glory? We will wait and watch.