Nokia 3, 5 and Nokia 6: Release and Prices for Germany

Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 manufacturersNokia 3, 5 and 6 – Release and Prices – The Nokia Smartphones Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 are the first Android devices that HMD Global, the licensing partner, had already introduced with the Nokia logo. Now HMD Global has announced the release dates and also the prices for Germany.

Nokia 3.5 and 6: Release and Pricing

In addition to the new edition of the cult mobile phone Nokia 3310, HDM Global had presented three Android smartphones, the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6, already at this year’s Mobile World Congress.

Unclear until now was a date and the prices for Germany. The Finnish manufacturer HMD Global has just released the release dates and also the prizes. Compared to previous rumors, the models are slightly more expensive than expected.

Pre-orders already possible

From the 27th calendar week, therefore, in the coming days, the Nokia 3 is to be available here in the colors copper-white, silver-white, black and blue. The UVP price is just under 160 euros. For the Nokia 5, HMD Global calls a price of 209.90 euros and for the Nokia 6 the price is 249.90 euros. Both smartphones start selling at the end of July.

All models offer an aluminum case and have Android 7.0 nougat preinstalled. HMD Global had already said in advance that the Nokia models will also receive an update on Android 8. Mobilcom-Debitel and o2 have already started the sale. Mobilcom-Debitel is currently offering a price of 199.00 Euro for the Nokia 5 with 16 GB memory and calls “Online soon available”. The network operator o2 offers a free loudspeaker from JBL to the Nokia 5 and a delivery date of 17 to 21 July. Without a contract, all three models are likely to be available in the media market, Saturn, Amazon, Notebooksbilliger, Cyberport and Expert.

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