Our new Android phones will hit USA in June, starting at $ 150

HMD Global confirms that it wants to send Nokia Android phones in the US and the rest of the world in the second quarter.

The company said on its Twitter account today that its new Android phones and a feature phone will launch worldwide from April to June. The newly confirmed appointments offer a little more clarity for the fans of the new Android phone Nokia HMD Global presented at the Mobile World Congress in February. The new devices are the Nokia 3 Nokia 5 and 6. Nokia estimated prices for mobile phones will be 139 € (150 $), € 189 ($ 204) and $ 229 ($ 247) while Nokia 6 Arte Black will be € 299 $ 323) cost. It also starts the Nokia 3310 for $ 39 ($ 42), a basic phone runs on the Nokia Series 30+. The phones will be sold online and in the selected specialist trade, according to HMD

HMD revealed rates in February, so it is only the interest of the old Nokia fans drumming up for the return of the brand are striving to be smartphones once dominant phone company Nokia broken by Android and iPhone see late 2000. The highest end Nokia Arte 6 Black device has a 5.5 inch full HD screen, 64GB memory and 4GB of RAM, with a 16 megapixel camera and an eight-megapixel self-shooter. It’s all wrapped up in an aluminum unibody and pure Android nougat Google services run, unaffected by bloatware. At the time, beginning of the world resumption of Nokia, it will have been little more than three years since the Android Nokia X in days of Nokia’s debut die as a phone. The equipment business for $ 7 billion sold a few months later to Microsoft, which included a 10-year patent licensing agreement. Microsoft licensed rights to the Nokia brand. But after a massive depreciation on the business, the HMD Global, announced by the former Nokia execs that he is selling an exclusive 10-year license in the market and brand Nokia mobile phone. And here we are today with three small to medium range Android phones which will try to benefit the mobile phone’s brand for the consumer legacy on the remaining Goodwill.