Yesterday Nokia has announced that the company will launch 5 new phones to extend their marketing. These handsets are Nokia 1.1 Plus, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 9 PureView, and Nokia 210.
All announced devices look very good and have a good feel in the hand. The affordable Nokia 1 Plus has a nice nano-texture on the case and it looks and feels great for a low-end device. The 3.2 and 4.2 also nicely fit in the hand and look attractive, especially the “pink sand” version of the Nokia 4.2. For 9 PureView there is no need to talk much about the design because it’s a real masterpiece, Thin, comfortable to use, looks good and I personally like a bit of bezel on the front, because it’s easier to hold the phone in landscape mode.
⚡️"HMD Global announce five new Nokia handsets ahead of MWC" by @ NokiaMobilehttps://t.co/RHi5r22glp
— Nokia Mobile (@NokiaMobile) February 24, 2019
The best thing about Nokia from the very first beginning is that all announced devices are more than reasonably priced. And we are really excited for review units in months and maybe in a few weeks.
Nokia is also preparing the networks for new technologies. Such as 5G and the internet of things. Recently Airtel uses Nokia’s solution for data center automation. Precisely its solution will enable Airtel to provide new services. Including in areas like Voice-over LTE (VoLTE) and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC).
So nowadays Nokia got a massive advantage as the company failed the expectations after the regulation of android all over the globe. Before the introduction of android, Nokia used to grab the cellular market with its quality products.