Confirmed: All Nokia smartphones going global by the end of June


We're 100% sure that Nokia fans are very anxious to get their hands on the new Android smartphones unveiled by HMD Global earlier this year. Although the Finnish company confirmed the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 would be available on the market in Q2, it didn't offer a definite ETA for any of these devices.

Many potential customers have asked HMD and Nokia when they will be able to purchase the new Android smartphones announced at Mobile World Congress, but none got an answer until this weekend.

HMD plans to make all Nokia-branded smartphones available on the market by the end of Q2. And it's not just a couple of countries that will get the Nokia 3, 5 and 6, but the whole world.

According to Nokia Mobile, all upcoming smartphones are supposed to be available for purchase worldwide before the end of June. The fourth Nokia-brand handset announced by HMD Global back in February has already made it to shelves in many countries.

Now, it remains to be seen whether or not HMD will be able to provide retailers with enough stock so that everyone can purchase their favorite Nokia-branded smartphone.

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