Nokia Malaysia is now having a promotion and they are slashing the prices of its entire Android smartphone lineup. This covers their new entry-level Nokia 2 to their flagship Nokia 8 and you can enjoy savings of up to RM311.
Android Oreo has barely begun rolling out to Android devices and HMD Global (the company that owns Nokia) has revealed that they will update the current roster of Nokia smartphones to the next major version of Android.
Well, every phone except the Nokia 3310, obviously.
UPDATE: Nokia 3 is now available on Digi’s online store. It is offered from as low as RM19 on Digi Postpaid 138 contract.
The latest Nokia smartphones are now available on Digi. These Android-powered devices were launched in Malaysia recently, offering premium feeling phones and stock-Android experience for under RM1,000. On top of that, Digi is also offering RM100 off when you trade-in a phone and sign up for a new postpaid plan.
It’s no secret that Nokia‘s back in the smartphone business and the company that has the licence to produce Nokia-branded devices, HMD Global, has made a declaration that will be music to every Android fan’s ears.
HMD Global has officially announced 3 new Nokia smartphones in Malaysia. In case you didn’t know, HMD Global is a new startup based in Finland and they have a 10-year licensing agreement to produce Nokia branded phones.
The anticipated Nokia smartphones are finally coming to Malaysia. HMD Global, the company behind the revival has sent out invites for a Malaysian launch that’s happening in less than two weeks from now.
They will be introducing 3 smartphones in Malaysia – Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6, that were announced earlier this year.
At the Mobile World Congress this year, Nokia managed to grab the attention of consumers with the announcement of the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and the Nokia 6, along with the revamped Nokia 3310. Details are now being rumoured of a top of the line device that could be on sale by the end of this year.
Perhaps one of the most anticipated events at the Mobile World Congress 2017 is Nokia’s. Yes, Nokia, the company that once ruled the mobile phone market. Well, they’re back and they brought with them a whole bunch of nostalgia.