Just a week after the official announcement, the Nokia 3.1 went on sale and the very first markets are Russia, where the phone was announced, and Jordan. Nokia 3.1 has been available on pre-orders practically since the announcement in Russia, and now the black color variant is available for purchase, while the blue and white version can still be preordered. All mentioned variants have 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.
The price of the Nokia 3.1 in Russia is 11,990 rubles or 162 euros. It will be delivered from 10th June and you can check the offer here.
The phone is also available in Jordan, according to albawaba.com, but no price was disclosed. If you’re reading us from Jordan and know the correct price, do tell us in the comment section below, we would really appreciate it. 🙂 In Jordan, the device should be available in all color options and in the 3GB/32GB memory configuration as well.
Nokia 3.1 was announced last week, together with the Nokia 2.1 and 5.1 in Moscow, Russia. Nokia 3.1 should be available globally during June, and we see the sales already started in some countries, while Nokia 2.1 and 5.1 are expected to arrive on shelves next month. It’s nice to see HMD improving the time it takes them to bring the devices on the market. Good job with the 3.1, and hopefully customers will even faster get the new Nokia devices in their hands in the future.
via: GSMArena & NPU