Nokia is one of the longest-running phone brands, and as such its name is synonymous with ‘mobile phones’ or ‘cell phones’ – even if that name has been passed between parent companies a few times. Because of that, Nokia has gathered its fair share of dedicated fans over the years.
Nokia phones boast low prices but relatively impressive features and specs, so they’re reliable handsets if you’re looking for a new device. However there are so many phones from Nokia now, that it can be hard to choose which device you should buy.
Never fear, TechRadar’s here, and we’ve made this buying guide to help you find the best Nokia phone out now, and also to compare the various phone models available.
You can also match these entries up to our best phones, but since Nokia devices are rather affordable, you shouldn’t necessarily expect many from our Nokia phones list on there.
If you’re committed to buying a new handset from Nokia, these are all the best options. The company always has new phones hitting the market, so we’re always testing new Nokia phones and considering where they fit in our ranking. Recently we reviewed the Nokia 4.2, and we’re looking into the Nokia 3.2 next, so stay tuned to see where they rank.
1. Nokia 9 PureView
Nokia’s newest flagship smartphone
Release date: February 2019 | Weight: 172g | Dimensions: 155 x 75 x 8mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 5.9-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2880 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 128GB | Battery: 3,320mAh | Rear camera: 12MP, 12MP, 12MP, 12MP, 12MP | Front camera: 20MP
Eye-catching five camera cluster
Decent photos for sub-flagship price
Middling other features
Not a comfortable hold
The Nokia 9 PureView is Nokia’s most recent flagship phone, and it comes with cutting-edge features to match. In particular, it comes with one important feature (or five depending on how you count it) in the form of its five-sensor rear camera, which is the most we’ve seen in a smartphone.
It’s not exactly an expensive phone either,…