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It's a twofer for those who are looking for a pretty decent budget Android phone in their lives with regular software updates and Verizon compatibility.
For a few extra rupees or Euros, customers can get a better processor, an extra camera and a bit more batery life than the Nokia 3.1 can provide.
It seems to be, according to media sources, that it's all going to be covered. All the phones HMD has made will be getting Android 9.
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Up for pre-order from Amazon and B&H Photo Video already, the entry-level Nokia 3.1 smartphone is officially launching in the US on July 2.
You can now pre-order the modestly priced, low to mid-end Nokia 3.1 from both B&H Photo Video and Amazon, with the latter promising July 2 deliveries.
The recently unveiled Nokia 3.1 appears to be on its way to at least one reputable US retailer, priced at $159 unlocked in a 16/2 gig variant.