A year ago, at the Google I/O 2017 we saw a new version of Android dubbed as Android Go. The Go edition of Google’s mobile OS is basically a trimmed down Android version made for the low-end devices. This approach focuses on putting an Android phone with the latest OS and apps in everyone’s pocket.
HMD Global seems to be on a role here. After launching the successor of Nokia 3 last month, the brand has now launched three new smartphones in India. Nokia 2.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 5.1 launched in India by HMD Global. To be precise, HMD Global has launched the 3GB RAM variants of the specified smartphones in India. All of these come with a bunch of launch offers (mentioned later in this article) too.