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Nokia Android Phones may come to these markets first. The official sites go live

Nokia Android Phones will see their launch on February 26 at MWC 2017. As per our sources, rumors and leaks we can see Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and a new Nokia 3310 getting launched. We hope HMD also reveals some details about high-end Nokia 8 and Nokia 9.

Read more about Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and the new Nokia 3310 by clicking on the links.

Now, next important question is which markets will be the first ones of get the Nokia Android Phones. The clue to this certainly lies in the regional sites that HMD has already made live for Nokia Phones.

Some markets like Taiwan, Russia, Germany appear in list of sites you can see in the screenshot above. We have also reported Nokia Android Phones passing certification in Taiwan and Russia. Retailers in UK and Germany have confirmed carrying the smartphones. The new regional sites have appeared very recently and it seems HMD is getting them up just in time before launch.

So, here may be  a quick list of markets where these Nokia Android Phones will be launched first.

  • Taiwan
  • Russia
  • India
  • Spain
  • France
  • Germany
  • UK
  • Hong Kong
  • Malaysia
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • South Africa
  • Finland
  • Vietnam
  • Ukraine

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  • johala02

    Hopefully the new Nokia devices support the most common carrier frequencies. Then its no big deal if the countries are limited at the start. I am sure they will add markets over time.

  • DBS

    Well, releasing them in the UK, Spain, France and Germany is pretty much the same as releasing them in the whole of Europe as Amazon ships to all European countries and European networks are unified.

    Also, if they’re releasing it in Spain, they’ll be releasing them in Portugal as well because HMD’s operations in the Iberian Peninsula are unified under the direction of the same Portuguese guy 😉

  • Arthur

    Not surprising that the US is not in this list but nothing is official till it comes from the horses mouth so i’ll keep my fingers crossed. As long as there is a variant that has most if not all of the correct AT&T LTE bands and import price isn’t blown out of proportion then it might be worthwhile to consider.

  • RbrtSfrn

    Nooo… I want it toooo.