Nokia Mobile today announced, via TheVerge(?), two new devices for the US market. The new devices are called Nokia 3.1A and Nokia 3.1C, and they are different, as you expected, from the Nokia 3.1 announced last year.
The Nokia 3.1A and Nokia 3.1C come with a 5.45-inch 720p display, feature 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, 2990mAh battery, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 in combination with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Both devices have USB Type C ports, 3.5mm headphone jack and MicroSD card slot.
The two devices, one designated for AT&T and other for Cricket Wireless, do come with Android 9 Pie, but are not members of the Android One program, because of carrier requirements. HMD pledges 18 months of software support for the newly announced devices.
The price of the new devices wasn’t announced, at the moment of writing of this article, the phones weren’t up on Nokia.com. The Nokia 3.1 A will hit AT&T stores and retailers on June 10th, with Nokia 3.1C releasing via Cricket on June 14th. The prices will be announced before the sales start.