The cheapest of the bunch will be the Nokia 3, expected to cost around £115. It features a five inch screen, a quad core processor and 16GB of built-in storage, as well as an eight megapixel camera up front for super clear selfies.
The mid-range Nokia 5 will be priced from around £160 and has a larger 5.2 inch screen, a faster processor and a higher-res 13 megapixel camera on the rear. There is even a built-in fingerprint scanner on this model.
The Nokia 6 will be the most expensive and powerful of the new range, costing almost £200 and sporting a 5.5 inch 1080p display, a healthy 3GB dose of RAM and a 16 megapixel primary camera to appeal to photography fans.
Designed and manufactured by HMD Global, with Nokia’s brand licensed from the once market-dominating Finnish firm, these competitively priced new devices could seriously shake up the market when they touch down in late June. And with Android onboard rather than Windows Mobile they should offer a wider appeal.