The good times are back! (talking to the Nokia fanatics here).
Yes, you heard it right. The Finnish company, helped by its countrymate HMD Global, is set to make a comeback on a global scale (including India), long after making a splash in China.
The company is set to launch its ‘revamped’ roster of Android-sporting smartphones in the country as well as the world over, this month only.
The devices in question are the Nokia 3 and 5 handsets, which were announced at this year’s MWC alongside the Nokia 6, which is also the first device the company has brought about with the advent of its comeback.
Joining the trio would be the revamped version of the classic Nokia 3310, that has been the talk of the town and is being expected to carry along a price tag of Rs. 3,599. The pricing of the others, however, is still unknown although it is being said that they will come at a price equivalent to their global pricing.
The company has already started revitalizing its service and support resources in the country and is in talks of with the major network carriers across the globe.
Well, India has always been a significant market for Nokia and it is beyond a shadow of doubt that the people in the country would latch onto the phones whenever they come out.