Leak: Nokia to release three new units at MWC 2017, might include a feature phone
Since HMD acquired the rights to sell products with the Nokia branding on it, things have been picking up for the Finnish company, and it seems that even more is to come. If a new leak from trusted tipster, Evan Blass, is anything to go by, then we should expect Nokia phones in Europe again.
According to Evan @evleaks, the OEM is looking to unveil three new units at the MWC event which is scheduled to hold in Barcelona later this month. If the leak is on the money, the latest units to be rolled out would be the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and a re-brand of one of the classics that launched Nokia into limelight – Nokia 3310 from the year 2000.
The Nokia 5 is supposed to carry 5.2 inches of screen with 720p technology, use 2GB of RAM and a main camera unit of 12MP. This one is supposed to cost €199. Although with unclear specs, the Nokia 3 would cost less than €149.
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