Nokia 3.2 and 4.2 will start selling in Australia this month, according to a press release sent out to local media and covered by Gizmodo.com.au. The two similar looking devices were announced back in Febraury at MWC2019, alongside the Nokia 9 PureView and the affordable Nokia 1 Plus.
The devices will be available via Pennytell, an operator that until now offered no phones as part of their plans. The Nokia 3.2 with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage is priced at 249 Australian dollars (153 euros, 173 US dollars) and will be available from July 4th. The same day the 3GB/32GB variant of Nokia 4.2 will go on sale for 299 AUD (208 USD, 184 EUR).
To me these prices look a bit too close to each other and certainly in favour of the 4.2 which has a better SoC, more memory and an additional camera, while the 3.2 champions in battery life. The devices will also be available via JB-Hifi (just 3.2), Big W and Harvey Norman (just 4.2).
You can learn more about Nokia 3.2 here and about Nokia 4.2 here.