All three phones will be available by the end of June this year.
Originally HMD Global – the company making the new devices with the Nokia branding – had said the phones would be released by the end of Q2, and now a tweet from the official Nokia Mobile account has confirmed the planned June release.
@Manojvpl We plan to release our upcoming Smartphones worldwide before the end of Q2 2017. (June) Stay tuned for updates.May 28, 2017
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The tweet doesn't confirm what markets will get the phone though. It does claim the June date will be for a "worldwide" release, suggesting markets across the globe will have access to the phones.
Exact pricing is also currently unclear for the US, UK and Australia, but we have a general idea from the confirmed European pricing.
We know the Nokia 6 will cost €229 (around $240, £195, AU$315), the Nokia 5 €189 (around $200, £160, AU$275) and the Nokia 3 €139 (around $150, £115, AU$200).
US and Australian release dates for the new Nokia 3310 are also unclear, but you can pick it up now in the UK for £49.99 (around $65, AU$90).
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