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$159 Nokia 3.1 available to purchase in the U.S. on July 2

Following the 6.1's arrival in the U.S., HMD Global has announced that the Nokia 3.1 will be available in the States on July 2. Featuring a nice design and Android One, this phone will cost a mere $159. Pre-orders opened up a few weeks ago, but now we have confirmation that you can purchase one in a week — this is what Amazon said would be the case.

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$159 Nokia 3.1 now up for pre-order in the US via Amazon

Following its announcement (alongside two other new Nokia phones) late last month, the Nokia 3.1 is now available for pre-order in the US via Amazon. The inexpensive Android One phone will cost $159, and Amazon's listing says that it'll be released on July 2nd.

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[Update: Indian pricing revealed] Nokia 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1 unveiled: larger displays and pure Android across the board

The revival of the Nokia brand by Finnish company HMD Global has been a runaway success up to this point. All recent models run pure versions of Android (One or Go) and offer great value for money — a real boost to the budget and mid-range smartphone market especially. At an event today in Moscow, HMD announced updated versions for three of its best-selling products. The new Nokia 2, 3, and 5 share the same DNA as their predecessors but include a range of improvements to make them even more enticing, while maintaining Nokia's "pure, secure, and up-to-date" promise.

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Hands-on with the Nokia 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1: HMD keeps making great value Android phones

The Nokia brand has been through an incredible transformation in recent years, under the guidance of HMD Global. Its products have received almost universal praise, so much so that we’re now at a point when I would honestly recommend a Nokia phone ahead of pretty much anything else in the budget-to-midrange space. Recent Nokia devices feel like they should be more expensive than they are, have a pleasing minimal design aesthetic, and — perhaps most importantly — they all run either Android Go or Android One, meaning they get fast updates and are devoid of bloatware.

With another $100 million of investment recently announced, it's hard not to look at the success HMD Global is having and wonder why more OEMs don’t go down the same route — the "pure, secure, and up-to-date" motto must really resonate with consumers trying to get the best possible deal for their money.

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