After a few years on the sidelines, Finnish phone company Nokia is back in the mobile game.
Its latest play is the introduction of two midrange Android phones, the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5. The sleek Nokia 5 is a 5.2-inch octa-core smartphone with a 13-megapixel camera and a stylish aluminum body.
The 3 is slightly smaller with an 8 megapixel camera on both sides and a polycarbonate back.
Both phones come in four color schemes, black, silver, a copper and white combo.
Or this shade of midnight blue that will be familiar if you're a Nokia fan from the days of classic mobiles like the Ten.
They both come with pure Android software loaded on board.
It's the latest version, NuGet.
And Nokia promises you'll get monthly security updates so you'll always have the freshest software on your phone.
The Nokia Three and Five will be available in the spring.
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