HMD Global, a finnish-based company that bought the exclusive licence to sell Nokia branded smartphone will be making it to Mobile World Congress (MWC) that is scheduled to begin on February 26 in Barcelona, but the company is not expected to come empty handed to the event though it nearly does at this year CES before launching Nokia 6 at the near-end of the show.
There has been several rumours regarding what HMD Global may launch at the event, from the powerful Nokia 8 to entry-level Nokia E1 to mid-end Nokia D1C, but it seems HMD Global is preparing something entirely different from the aforementioned devices. According to a new report outed by Evan Blass popularly known as @evleaks today, the company will be unveiling three new device, namely Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and a refreshed edition of Nokia 3310.
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The most captivating will be the refreshed Nokia 3310 which for now there is no details regarding its specs. It is expected to be the successor of the legendary Nokia 3310 launched in year 2000. The Nokia 5 as revealed will be a tuned-down variant of Nokia 6, packing a 5.2-inch HD (1280×720) display instead of full-HD but with the same Snapdragon 430 chipset. It will come with 2GB of RAM and probably 16GB of built-in storage. It is expected to be priced at €199 (US$211).
Lastly, the Nokia 3 will be an entry-level device with low specs compare to Nokia 5, but there is no details regarding its specs. It is expected to be priced at around €149 (US$157).
None of these device have been confirmed by HMD Global yet. We will be here to bring you all the news and all the funs from this year MWC event starting February 26.
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