Now that HMD Global has launched the trio of Nokia phones 3, 5 and 6 in India, let’s take a look at them in a little bit of detail.
Launched at price points of INR 9,499, INR 12,899 and INR 14,999, these are clearly budget phones more or less. And given the fan following the brand enjoys around the world, including India, the phones could produce decent sales numbers.
The smallest of the three phones, its body majorly comprises of polycarbonate plastic shell with the side frame made up of aluminium. It is, quite naturally, the most budget looking phone of the three. We expect that the non-metallic material should provide good grip as it is supposed to be less slippery. Also, it should have higher resistant towards scratches and finger print smudges.
This phone is a middle ground. Made out of a single piece of aluminium, it looks more premium in comparison. The antenna lines can be seen at the top and bottom edges of the phone, a trend made popular by Apple iPhone 7.
The most premium looking and powerful of the three, this phone is also made out of a solid block of alumimium to evoke strength and sophistication in the design. It is also the biggest of them all with the antenna lines going around the top and bottom edges of the bodywork.
News source: Techweb