Nokia’s stock Android smartphones are getting a price cut in Malaysia

Posted:  December 6, 2017   By:    6 comments   

Looking for a stock Android smartphone that won’t break the bank? The entry-level Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 are getting an RM100 price cut ahead of the Christmas holidays.

Originally priced at RM799, the Nokia 5 that comes with a 5.2″ HD 720p display is now going for RM699. It is powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. Also included is a 13MP f/2.0 main camera, 8MP f/2.0 auto-focus selfie shooter and a 3,000mAh battery which charges via microUSB.

If you’re looking for something even more affordable, the Nokia 3 is now slashed to RM499. To recap, it gets a 5.0″ HD 720p display, a MediaTek 6737 processor that’s mated to 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. For taking pictures, it gets an 8MP f/2.0 main camera while the front gets a 8MP f/2.0 shooter that also has auto focus. Powering the Nokia 3 is a 2,630mAh battery which charges via microUSB.

To sweeten the deal, Nokia is also bundling a gift pack worth up to RM200 while stocks last. So far there’s no price tag revision for the Nokia 6 and Nokia 8 which are going for RM999 and RM2,299 respectively.

You can find your nearest Nokia dealer over here. If you prefer to get it online, you can get the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 on Lazada Malaysia.


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6 Comments for Nokia’s stock Android smartphones are getting a price cut in Malaysia

Ahmad Maslan

Lol at price:spec.


low price low spec. worth every single penny.


    Careful my friend. Mine nokia 3 have battery problem. I still remember before problem i use until 0% then when charge back at 80% it stop charging. All of u can google “nokia 3 battery problem”.
    I just got my nokia 3 back yesterday. Oh ya when at same center one guys bought nokia 6 for 3 days really angry because front camera got bad position and speaker broken. I didnt ask more question cause he really angry that time.

    Fyi iam using nokia since nokia 800. Then nokia 710 then lumia 535 then lumia 430 never all these phone reach service center claim warranty.

    But nokia support really top. They said 2 days complete. Yes 2 days can get back. They call me at 9am to collect phone back.

    So total 4 bintang lah give.


    but nobody buys it so still not worth.

James Sugg

The Nokia phones should be picked up by telcos and be offered with installment plans. I would’ve definitely gone for a Nokia simply for the brand name if it was offered with installment plans. Unfortunately with telco plans such as celcom easyphone with 0% upfront these Nokia’s are simply MIA. I had to go with a Huawei instead


My girlfriend is using N5 and I’m using N6.

The issue we’re having on both phones are the laggy during photo taken. And on the N5 sometime to open up certain app it doesn’t have fast response. As for the N6 so far everything is ok besides the camera