Nokia's new smartphone range making way to UAE soon

New phones come with latest capabilities of Doze and Google Assistant
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HMD Global's first Nokia smartphone range will soon be available to buy at selected retailers in the UAE. The range comprises the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. 

Sanmeet Kochhar, general manager - Middle East at HMD Global, said: "HMD is the new home of Nokia phones now and we are looking forward to a new chapter for one of the world’s most loved and trusted mobile brands. Our new Android Nokia smartphone portfolio, together with the return of the iconic Nokia 3310, is a true testament to our ambition and commitment to honouring the hallmarks of a true Nokia phone experience.”

The Nokia smartphones come with Android experience. The latest Android comes with new features like the latest capabilities of Doze, which saves battery life while the phone is in a pocket or bag. The new Nokia smartphones also feature the Google Assistant.

The Nokia 6 will be available in July and will retail at AED 799. The Nokia 5 will be available on July 12 and will retail at AED 649. The Nokia 3 will be available in Matte Black, Silver, and Tempered Blue on June 29 and will be available in Copper in July. It will retail at AED 499.

Check out features of the new phones here

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