In the 2017 edition of the Mobile World Congress, HMD Global unveiled its new Android smartphones, including the Nokia 6, 5 and 3, along with the new version of the classic Nokia 3310. At the same time, HMD clarified that the Nokia 6 Would be available worldwide, but only now all the company’s plans regarding the launches are known.
In a statement sent to NokiaPowerUser site, an HMD spokesman said the plan is to launch the Nokia 6 in 120 markets simultaneously in the second quarter of 2017, that is, between April and June. HMD first launched the Nokia 6 in China earlier this year. British shop Clavo has revealed that it will sell the Nokia 5:03 in May, followed by Nokia June 6.
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About the new version of 3310, the information is not so clear and its release may even become impossible in some countries, such as the United States. HMD Mobile vice president in India, Ajey Mehta earlier told media, “the company will source all our product from India. It will launch a new version of the 17-year old ‘Nokia 3310’ during April-June for around Rs 3,500 a unit.”
Nokia 6 features 5.5-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution and is powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor and 3GB/4GB RAM. With 16GB storage, it also comes with 13MP rear and 8 MP front camera.