The technology company which has been evolving for over 150 years further evolved on February 26 at the Mobile World Conference, Barcelona as it touched another mile stone by entering the global smartphone market once again, but this time with pure Android.

As expected and many wished, Nokia launched two new smartphones and one feature phone, as it started its next chapter.

The company took a snap of a nostalgia moment, when it brought back the iconic leader of feature phones during its life time by re-launching Nokia 3310. A phone which was used by millions of peoples’ with refreshed design, features but with the same build quality for which it was once popular for.

But this was just the beginning. The company launched two new smartphones apart from Nokia 6, and stunt everybody with the design, specifications and price in which the company will offer these technology beauties.

So, let’s talk about Nokia’s return in the budget smartphone market segment with the Nokia 3.

Mentioning that the new company’s commitment to provide its users with the latest features, security and technology innovation, Nokia unveiled ‘Nokia 3’.

Carrying a flagship design, which the company said, Nokia 3 looks stunning, classy and we all know about the company’s build quality.

The phone has an aluminium frame, polycarbonate body doubled with front and rear 8 MP cameras and 5′ HD display with Gorilla glass. The phone packs a total of 16GB internal memory, 2GB Ram, MediaTek chipset, dual sim, 1.3Ghz Quad-core processor, 2,650mAh battery and runs Android 7.0 Nougat.

But it’s the price tag which will makes the big difference. It is expected that the new Nokia 3 will cost under Rs 10,000 and could prove to be a big competitor to the existing Android available in the market.