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Nokia after making a comeback is working as a subsidiary company of HMD Global and releasing most appealing smartphone one after another in terms of solid hardware, marvelous performance, frequent software updates, entirely baked features and low prices, of course. But which one is the best Nokia Phone Australia you should buy? We are here to help you out! We have come up with Nokia’s best smartphones from most expensive/super-powerful to mid-range at unmatched rates.

However, it’s yet to be seen as a flagship smartphone by HMD Global that users back more than AU$1500. Well, Nokia’s high-end devices are much cheaper as compared to high-end devices from other brands, i.e. Samsung, Huawei and Apple.

To this extent, HMD Global's mid-spec devices with the Nokia brand are those that are between AU$200 and AU$450. This is where you will see the brand Nokia brilliantly shining. So, what are the best devices on the market by Nokia? The top-quality, mid-range and budget models are listed below.

Nokia 9 PureView

The Nokia 9 PureView is one the most appealing and Nokia New Phones with cutting-edge features to take smartphone experience to the new level. The most important feature, obviously, its five rear cameras which, so far, the most we have seen in a smartphone. You might be thinking that it’s the most expensive smartphone – but it’s not the case, interestingly. The Nokia 9 PureView is indeed an excellent option if you are looking for a photographic smartphone powerhouse without breaking your bank.

Nokia 8 Sirocco

The Nokia 8 Sirocco represents an iterative update 2017’s Nokia 8 smartphone. The smartphone is having a fingerprint scanner on its back and comes with a little bump in other specifications – rest of the details are similar to the like of Nokia 8. For quite a few time, Nokia 8 Sirocco was indeed the closest to the flagship under “new” Nokia name – but there is nothing that will command you from considering that smartphone. One can easily get it after spending less than AU$899-999, and it’s still having a decent number of specifications.

The Nokia 8 Sirocco also comes with Android 9 Pie operating system and promises to receive an upgrade to Android 10 somewhere in next year.

Nokia 8.1

If Nokia 8 Sirocco sounds good to you, but you are willing to spend more than AU$699, you can get your hands on Nokia 8.1 which is the Best Nokia Phone with a plethora of mind-boggling features to entice. At first glance, it looks a lot like Nokia 8 Sirocco but houses some modern styling – for instance, a notched display to sport a front-facing camera.

Not only this but it’s also bigger as compared to 8 Sirocco and has a biggest display-to-display ratio. The resolution, however, is a downgrade- but it still offers 1080p resolution. Moreover, you won’t get high-end Snapdragon 800 Chipset as it’s backed by SD 710. The SD 710, however, is a great Chipset and offers up to snuff performance.

Nokia 7.1

As compared to Nokia 8.1, Nokia 7.1 comes with quite a few advantages such as full band support. However, it comes with some downgrades as well – especially in terms of cameras. Very much like Nokia 8.1, Nokia 7.1 is equipped with the same amount of RAM, onboard memory and display resolution.

And importantly, as mentioned above, it’s rear dual camera configuration and single front-mounted camera are downgraded as compared to Nokia 8.1 like processor and battery capacity. Aside from its downgrades, it’s still one of the best Nokia devices as far as its AU$499 price tag is concerned.

Nokia 7 Plus

The Nokia 7 Plus is probably an excellent phone as compared to Nokia 7.1. Indeed, the 7 Plus could be the company's finest mid-range smartphone. The only reason we have placed it right below 7.1 is that it’s a bit older and has no contemporary design. Moreover, Nokia 7 Plus is GSM-only, therefore, it is not compatible with the carrier that can work perfectly fine in Nokia 7.1.

Well, if you don’t really care about these things, Nokia 7 Plus will probably be your best choice. It has a superb shape, some excellent cameras (for the cost), an improved processor versus 7.1 and a larger battery too.

Nokia 3.1 Plus

The Nokia 3.1 Plus is one of Nokia's cheapest and affordable smartphone, but still a good device with Android One future updates. Therefore, you won't have to shell out an upgrade for a long time. It has a good cost, including stunning battery life, a rear dual-lens setup and a good-looking screen. Although some corners are reduced to keep the price low such as low storage and mono loudspeaker but it remains a great smartphone if you are not willing to pay extra bucks.

Nokia Phones Price Range

Very much like all other smartphone brands, Nokia’s smartphone comes in different price range – depends on a model you choose to buy. Nokia Mobile Phone has dominated the market of Australia and covered a large part of the audience. Despite a huge competition from Huawei, Samsung, Apple, Oppo and Vivo, Nokia is at good to challenging its rivals and without a doubt, Nokia smartphones are a preferable choice when it comes to buying a groundbreaking smartphone at the lowest price.

Nokia devices are offered at affordable rates – even a user who is running out of cash can buy one with ease. Nokia devices are comparatively cheap but with fully baked onboard components such as five rear cameras in Nokia 9 PureView. As of now, Nokia’s most expensive smartphone in Australia market is considered Nokia 9 PureView which goes for a whopping AU$1099-1199 whereas Nokia’s best budget-friendly device in the market is Nokia 3.1 Plus that set users back less than AU$200.

Where to Buy?

Paylessdeal.com.au is loaded with hundreds of thousands of online Australian stores and retailers that are offering new and Nokia Old Phones. The comprehensive list here on this page that includes top-rated retailers with a 5-Star rating. You are requested to go through the list of these stores and compare prices so that you can immediately identify the lowest priced ones and save money with less hassle. So, what are you waiting for?