HMD Global-backed nokia has been pulling off wonders this year. The Finnish tech-giant began impressing its loyal fans at the MWC, 2017 event held in Barcelona back in February. The company herein introduced the revival of its classic Nokia 3310 feature phone. After which, the company made its plans of venturing into the Android-based smartphone market, official.

The firm announced several mid-ranges, Android-based smartphones namely Nokia 3, 5 and 6 in particular. The firm is also reportedly working on a new high-end flagship device dubbed Nokia 9. While the firm prepares for the launch of the upcoming, yet-to-be announced Nokia 9 device – its other smartphone i.e.

Nokia 3 is already up for pre-orders in several markets.

The starting price is $140

According to a report published by Android Soul, the recently-announced Nokia 3 smartphone is already up for sale in the UK markets, at a Starting Price of (119.99 pounds) $140. The device is available at both, leading e-commerce stores as well as several offline stores at the aforementioned price. The users even have the option of buying the smartphone from a website called John Lewis site.

Specs and features

As for the specifications, the Nokia 3 smartphone features a 5-inch full-HD screen and is powered by quad-core MediaTek MT6737 SoC clocked at 1.4GHz and coupled with Mali-T720MP1 for graphics. On the storage front, the Nokia 3 smartphone offers 2GB of RAM alongside 16GB of internal storage.

Users also have the offer of expanding the memory up to 256GB via its microSD card-slot option.

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The smartphone houses a 2,630mAh battery and runs on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. On the camera front, the Nokia 3 smartphone packs an 8MP Rear Camera alongside an 8MP front shooter as well.

The speculated Nokia 9 smartphone, meanwhile is expected to pack a large display, high-end specifications and is speculated to come at a hefty price. The smartphone will most probably be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 SoC. Apart from this, the upcoming smartphone may even feature a dual rear camera set-up. The device will also come along with a fingerprint sensor that is expected to be located next to the rear camera sensor.

None of the above-given information has been attested by the company as yet. Therefore, the readers are advised to take the information with a grain of salt. It remains to be seen what exactly will happen when Nokia comes face-to-face with other smartphone brands such as Google, Samsung, and even Apple.