Nokia is back with three brand new Android smartphones – the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 – and we couldn’t be more excited. Nokia’s new range is the first to be produced by HMD Global, the new home of the Nokia brand.
The Nokia 5 and 6 are two beautifully designed and reasonably priced smartphones with great specs, and both are available exclusively with Three. Both phones will come with stock Android Nougat, providing users with the full range of Google services on a secure and clutter-free operating system. This means a clean interface for users, who’ll have the chance to download Android O when it launches later this year.
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The Nokia 5 is a great all-round smartphone, with a seamless aluminium unibody, 16GB memory, 2GB RAM, a fingerprint sensor and a 5.2” HD display. The 5 has a 13MP rear camera, with phase detection focus, wide aperture and dual-tone flash – making it the perfect camera phone. The Nokia 5 is available with All You Can Eat Data, exclusively with Three, for €179.99 on prepay or free on billpay.
The Nokia 6 offers a larger display (5.5” with full-HD) 1080p screen, Snapdragon 430 processor and a fingerprint sensor. With the 6 you won’t need to worry about taking too many photos or having too many apps, as it comes with 32GB storage and MicroSD support. It’s also an excellent choice for photos, with a 16MP rear camera and 8MP front camera. Get it now, exclusively with All You Can Eat Data on Three, for €229.99 on prepay or free on billpay.
Can’t make your mind up between the 5 and 6? Here’s a side by side comparison:
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