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Nokia runs to Ghana with latest android phones over stiff competition in Nigeria
After launch of its latest trio of Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1 smartphones in Nigeria in May and the associated stiff market competition presented by other smartphone brands including Tecno, Itel, Gione and others excluding Samsung whose market has been overrun by fairly-used, promoters of Nokia may have fled to Ghana with the products.
Otherwise, the HMD Global, driven by a Nigeria, Mr. Joseph Umunakwe which can best be described as the home of Nokia phones has taken up the fight of rapidly renewing its portfolio of Nokia Android smartphones has announced the availability of a range of Nokia devices on the Ghanaian market.
Offering access to the latest Google services, such as the Google Assistant, the trio of smartphones Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1 deliver a pure, secure and up-to-date Android experience with Android One and Android Go, combined with the premium craftsmanship and design expected from a Nokia smartphone and the performance to match.
A statement from HMD Global said the new smartphones available on the market from August 27 this year is at affordable prices to the variety of consumers.
Umunakwe, the General Manager of HMD Global West, East and Central Africa, in a the statement averred that “We are encouraged by the response that we are getting to our products. Our consumers in Ghana tell us they love their Nokia smartphones on Android. It is our constant endeavour to enhance the experience to better suit the everyday needs of our fans.”
The statement quoting the General Manager said the three Nokia smartphones, running on Android OreoTM had been designed with consumers in mind.
The new Nokia 5.1 is understated, compact and effortlessly stylish with a higher resolution 5.5-inch Full HD+ display in 18:9 aspect ratio, making watching your favourite content.
The new Nokia 3.1 forges a rich connection between materials with a stunning design and delivers the performance to match, making it more attractive than ever before.
The Nokia 2.1 comes with a 2-day battery life, a large 5.5-inch HD screen and dual front-facing stereo speakers for a long-lasting entertainment needs for consumers who are always on the go.
Its huge 4,000mAh battery now charges even faster so you can get back up and running even more quickly than before with its HD display almost 20 per cent bigger than the original to allow the customer enjoy high-definition videos on the go.
Together with Nokia 7 plus and Nokia 6.1, Nokia 5.1 and Nokia 3.1 also join the Android One family, delivering an experience designed by Google that is smart, secure and amazing, HMD stated.
The meaning of the expanded marketing drive is sign that the Finnish multinational company is back again with the upgraded version of the trio Nokia Smartphone devices it launched last year. After the global sales of the last year device, HMD Global deem it fit to upgrade the mid-range devices to bring some of the more premium phone aspects down to more affordable price points.
The new handsets are the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1, and they are the successors to the Nokia 5, Nokia 3 and Nokia 2 from 2017.
The key change for 2018 is that the Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 5.1 are making the switch to an 18:9 form factor, much like the mid-range Nokia 7 Plus. The Nokia 3.1 continues to be powered by a MediaTek chipset like the older Nokia 3, but this time around HMD is using a MediaTek SoC in the Nokia 5.1 as well, touting significant gains in performance.