Nokia 3, 5 and 6 officially launched in India

Nokia’s three musketeers are finally here. The Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 now officially available. The entry level Nokia 3 costs INR 9,499 and the Nokia 5 costs 12,899. These two devices are offline exclusive, so, Nokia has chosen the conventional way of selling smartphone.

However, their so called flagship remains exclusive to Amazon, which retails at INR 14,999. One can pre-order it starting from July 7th. For prime users there are some additional benefits like INR 1,000 cash back and discounts on e-books from Kindle store.

According to the press release, these devices will be assembled in India. Nokia has partnered with 400 exclusive distributors spread across 80,000 stores. With respect to after sales, the company has already set up more than 300 official service centres with skilled technicians. Nokia also promises that, these will be the first set of devices to receive sweetness of Android O soon after its release.

The entry level Nokia 3 features 5 inch 720p IPS lcd screen with corning Gorilla glass on the top. The device is powered by Quad core MTK SoC, paired with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB onboard storage with dedicated SD card slot.

The Nokia 5 features same 720p screen with corning gorilla glass measuring at 5.2 inch with polarisation(for better viewing angles). Underneath, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 powers the device with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage. The device features 13 MP main camera and 8 MP front facing camera.

Finally, the online exclusive Nokia 6 gets bigger and better with every aspect. The 5.5 inch screen now offers 1080p resolution display with the same polarisation for greater viewing angles. Underneath, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 paired with 3 GB RAM takes care of multi tasking. The 16 MP main camera does offer 1080p video recording and the 8 MP selfie camera remains the same through the portfolio. In terms of storage, the device offers 32 GB onboard storage with dedicated SD card slot as well. Both Nokia 5 and 6 does feature finger print sensor with fast charging capabilities.

Finally, Nokia is back with best OS available. Can they recreate the quality and service. Will these devices manage to bring back nostalgia in us?