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MWC 2019: Nokia announces three new smartphones; 1 Plus, 4.2 and 3.2

The Finnish manufacturer took advantage of its conference at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona to announce several new models of smartphones: Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2. All are worth less than $ 200.

The past few months, we saw the Huawei Mate X finally become official; the Chinese firm is not the only one to take advantage of the show to highlight the latest products it wants to launch in the mobile phone market. Nokia has followed suit and has strengthened its ambitions by lifting the veil on devices that will be available for this year.

Some experts including nz forex trading attended the presentation at the Fira de Barcelona in front of a crowd of journalists from all over the world to attend. Here is a summary of the different ads that we could discover live.

Nokia 1 Plus: 99 Euros only!

The firm of Rajeev Suri is still packing on the entry-level sector with a phone that will cost less than 100 Euros and will be available by the end of March in France. The 1 Plus (no, it’s not his Asian namesake) will be equipped with a 5.45-inch IPS panel and 16GB of internal storage for 1GB of RAM.

All will be supported by a removable battery – fortunately, it still exists – of 2500 mAh and an APN of 8 Mpx on the back, coupled with a lens of 5 Mpx in the facade. This phone will not be suitable for intensive use but will be perfect for small purses who wish to communicate simply. It also runs Android Go.

The new Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 4.2

The new edition of the Nokia 3 , which had signed the brand’s big comeback in smartphone sales, is decked out with a large 6.26-inch LCD screen and a 4000 mAh battery like the one which is installed on the Huawei Mate 20 . 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of memory complete the picture, with a 13-megapixel camera in the back.

The Nokia 4.2, which is compatible with aus forex trading apps has relatively similar technical characteristics, except that a fingerprint sensor is integrated, as well as the ability to unlock it with facial recognition. So, which of these three novelties appealed to you the most? Would you be willing to invest in one of them?

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