Nokia 3.1 goes on sale in US

Himanshu, 03 July 2018

HMD had announced last week the Nokia 3.1 will go on sale in the US on July 2. Well, the day has arrived and inline with what was promised, the device is now available to purchase in the region.

Retailer Best Buy has the handset in stock, and is selling it for $160. Available color options include black.

Amazon was also listed as the official sales partner for the Nokia 3.1 in the US, but a quick look at the phone's listing on the retailer's website reveals the device is "currently unavailable." Aside from Best Buy and Amazon, B&H also has a Nokia 3.1 listing, but the device is still on pre-order there.

To give you a quick idea, the Nokia 3.1 is a budget smartphone that offers pure Android experience (which effectively means faster updates). To know more, head to our hands-on review.

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Reader comments

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