Today Nokia unveiled a trio of new smartphones during HMD Global’s press conference at the MWC 2017 event, including the Nokia 3, 5, and 6.

The 6 is particularly interesting because Nokia first launched it only in China back in January of this year, but with this release, it is going global.

All of the new Nokia smartphones will run on Android, with no pre-loaded bloatware or extra services, just the basic Android Nougat software.

They have also been competitively priced with the Nokia 6 priced at €229, the Nokia 5 at €189 and the Nokia 3 at €139.

That makes them very interesting to those who are looking for a budget smartphone, however, it does mean that they miss out on a few specs.

The Nokia 6 and 5 handsets feature just a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, while the Nokia 3 features a lesser MediaTek 6737. The Nokia 6 does feature a decent sized screen at 5.5-inches, and so does the Nokia 5 at 5.2-inches.

The Nokia 3 has a respectable 5-inch display.

Nokia will also be releasing another version of the Nokia 6, called the Nokia 6 Arte Black, it is a special edition version that comes in a gloss black finish with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage for €299.

All of them will come with a solid aluminium body, including the Nokia 3, however, the 3 does substitute somewhat with a polycarbonate rear shell.

All of the smartphones will be launched at some point in Q2 of this year, however, we don’t yet know the worldwide pricing or availability.

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