Nokia 3.1 Plus

Nokia’s present mother company, HMD Global, is working on gaining more partnerships with other big names. Nokia is expected to be more known in North America, specifically Canada and the US, as HMD teams up with Rogers Communications, Verizon, and Cricket Wireless. HMD is serious in advancing the potential of Nokia as it aims to market some of its latest phone offerings. Most of these are mid-range and affordable smartphones that can rival those other top mobile brands like Samsung and Huawei.

Nokia has proven to be a reliable name in the past couple of years. The former top phone maker has entered a saturated market but has proven to be a good alternative. Most of the Nokia Android phones are built with durability, the latest features, and top craftsmanship.

HMD Global’s CEO Florian Seiche said:

“Our Nokia phone promise is distinct and built on consumer insight – European design and craftsmanship, excellent quality, latest Android and purposeful innovation that enhances your everyday user experience. We want consumers in North America to love and trust their Nokia phones.”

Starting this year, Nokia will deliver more choices for mobile consumers. The brand promised affordable phone that can be used whether prepaid or postpaid.

To review, the Nokia 3.1 Plus offers a long 2-day battery life, NFC, Google Pay, and a fingerprint sensor. The Nokia 2 V looks classic with its Nordic design, a 5.5-inch HD screen, and dual front-facing stereo speakers.

You can get the Nokia 2 V from or Verizon stores nationwide beginning January 31. The Nokia 3.1 Plus is now available on and Cricket stores with a $159.99 price tag since January 25.