Nokia returns to US, backed by Verizon, Cricket Wireless
San Francisco: Finnish company HMD Global that makes and markets Nokia-branded phones has decided to release two phones in the US with carrier partners Verizon and Cricket Wireless again.
The two Android phones that would be available in the US are Nokia 3.1 Plus and Nokia 2V. "Just over two years ago, on a global level, we committed to delivering reliable and durable Nokia phones through purposeful, distinct design.
"Thanks to fantastic consumer response, we are now proud to be in a position where we can expand our foothold in North America by partnering with some of North America's largest wireless providers," Maurizio Angelone, HMD Global's Vice-President for the Americas, said on Friday.
The Nokia 2V, for Verizon, has a 5.5-inch HD screen, 8MP rear camera with auto-focus (AF), 5MP front camera, 8GB onboard storage and a 4,000mAh battery.