Nokia has a whole fleet of Android phones to tempt you at whatever price bracket you're after.
The Nokia 1 is the cheapest of the bunch, coming in at around 70 pounds.
It runs Android Oreo Go, which is a super striped back version of Android with specifically optimized Google Apps to run on the lower powered processor.
The plastic shells in either a blue or a more vibrant red and orange hue.
In the middle is a refresh of the Nokia 6, complete with beefed up processor, USB type C, and fast charging.
The metal body comes with some new colors too, which I think is pretty cool.
It'd be going on sale in April for somewhere under the 200 pound mark.
Then there's the Nokia 7 plus.
Which stretches its six inch screen to reach right to the edge of the handset.
It's got this two tone metal body which I think looks awesome, particularly in this black and copper variant.
You won't find high end features like water proofing or wireless charging, but there is a fingerprint scan on the back along with a dual lens camera, and the Android RO8 software is completely vanilla.
So expect a simple, easy to use interface.
It will also be available around April for around 350 pounds.
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