The HMD globals yesterday in India launched the Nokia Android phones named Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 whose cost range from nine thousand to sixteen thousand.

The Vice President of India HMD Global Ajey Mehta told ANI that "As you know, Android is 86 percent of the market. So it is the operating system of choice. We planned to focus on three pillars- first is design and quality of our devices; making sure the device is in line with what the consumer is looking for; second is in terms of real life experiences- if you want to deliver an entertainment experience or if you want to deliver an imaging experience- we believe in delivering experience to the consumer. And the third is a pure Android, which means, our device will always be up to date and will have latest from the world of Android. These are the three pillars we will drive our business in India."

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