HMD Global Brings Nokia Brand Back in US With Verizon and Cricket Wireless

HMD Global Brings Nokia Brand Back in US With Verizon and Cricket Wireless


It’s been a long time since the Nokia Brand reentered in the market, but the United States markets did not have the Nokia smartphones. But now, the HMD Global, owner of the Nokia will bring the Nokia smartphones to the united states of America with Verizon and Cricket Wireless Cellular network providers. Nokia was long gone from the US after Microsoft bought them. Now, the Nokia fans won’t have to wait for long to get their hands on the latest Nokia smartphones based on Android OS.

Nokia is launching the Budget-friendly smartphones in the US market with the help from Verizon and Cricket Wireless. The smartphones are Nokia 3.1 Plus and Nokia V2, based on the Android version 8.1 Oreo. Both of the smartphones are from the Budget friendly range, so the users won’t have to break their banks. The Nokia 3.1 Plus smartphone comes with the 5.99-inch display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of Internal Storage, and a 3200 mAh battery. The phone is priced at $159/-. The phone is available with the Cricket Wireless Carrier for the buyers.

Another smartphone is Nokia V2, which is a lower-end smartphone. With the 5.5 inch HD screen, Snapdragon 420 Processor, 8GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM and also whopping 4,000 mAh battery. As this is the lower-end smartphone, it is priced at nearly $99/- and is available with the Verizon Wireless Network Provider with Carrier Locking. The Nokia V2 will start selling in the markets from January 31st, and the Nokia 3.1 Plus has already begun selling in the Cricket Wireless Stores. In a press statement, Maurizio Angelone, Vice President Americas of HMD Global said that they are committed to launching more and more smartphone from the Brand in American Markets this year.

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