HMD Global has received 2 Nokia smartphones in the sales portfolio of 2 American operators, Verizon, and Cricket Wireless. This is a significant step for HMD Global and at the same time underlines the return of the Nokia brand to the Yankee smartphone market.
In addition to Verizon and Cricket Wireless, HMD signed an agreement with Canadian Rogers Communications in Canada. Two new operator-specific Nokia smartphone models are available to consumers in the United States in January, and sales of the third new product will begin in the next few weeks in Canada.
In the US ratings, the Nokia name is welcomed back to the race, but the first new Nokia is not a big passion. Introduced on the Cricket network, the Nokia 3.1 Plus is a $159.99 base phone whose processor Snapdragon 439 and 32GB storage does not belong to the top of the specs.
The same goes for the Nokia 2 V model, which has been introduced into the Verizon network, and the processor is Snapdragon 425. HMD promises two days of battery life. However, this is an important opening-up to the revival of the Nokia smartphone market. However, higher sales figures also require new releases for the premium collection.
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