HMD under the banner of Nokia revealed three new mid-ranges devices today. Two are Android One phones, the third one is Oreo Go edition. These budget-firendly Android One Model will get software updated for two years and security updates for three years.
A huge upgrade over its predecessor, The Nokia 5.1 features a Full HD+ with 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio and runs 40% faster chipset. The IPS LCD measures 5.5 inches in diagonal and protected by 2.5D Gorilla Glass.
The body is milled out of a single block of 6000-series anodized aluminium. After the screen expansion the capacitive keys have gone on-screen and the fingerprint reader is on the back of the phone. This fingerprint will be used for securing Google Pay.
The phone will come in two versions- 2GB RAM with 16GB internal Storage / 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage and both variant have a microSD slot.
Other Specification include: 16MP rear camera with Phase detection AF and dual-tone flash and the selfie camera has an 8MP sensor and an 84.6° lens.
The Nokia 5.1 is powered by 2970 mAh battery with micro USB port, a 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth goodies.
will be available globally from July starting at €189/$219. Color options are Coper, Tempered Blue and (a few weeks later) Black.
The phone will go official from July. The phone will be available in Coper, Tempered Blue and Black for $219.
Nokia 3 the most successful phone in HMD’s initial line-up. The new model with number of improvement could be more successful than predecessor.
The new 3.1 features large 5.2 inches IPS with 720P+ resolution and anodized metal chassis with a polycarbonate back like its predecessor. However, this model is powered by MediaTek 6750 chipset with 2GB/16GB memory version or 3GB/32GB version. The chipset has double the number of Cortex-A53 cores – eight
The rear camera has 13MP snapper while the selfie camera is again an 8MP shooter with 84.6° lens.
The phone will be available for $159 in June with choices of colors include Blue/Copper, Black/Chrome and White/Iron for $159.
The Nokia 2.1 features Android Oreo Go Edition will cost just $115. The screen has grown to 5.5 inches in diagonal with 16:9 aspect ratio and 720P resolution and lined by front-facing stereo speakers.
The chipset is a modest Snapdragon 425 and upgradation to Coretex-A53 cores. 1GB RAM and 8GB native storage which is similar to its predecessor but the only change is expandable microSD slot.
The phone is powered by large 4000 mAh battery which will give you 2 days life. The rear back camera has 8MP snapper with autofocus and 5MP selfie camera on the front.
The phone will be available in July in three colors Blue/Copper, Blue/Silver and Gray/Silver.
HMD confirmed that all its Nokia-branded smartphone including the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1 will get the Android P update. The news came directly from the marketing manager Neil Broadley during the Moscow event.