The Nokia 3.2
In an effort to increase Nokia’s presence in the United States, back in January HMD Global – the company in charge of developing Nokia smartphones – partnered up with Verizon to release the Nokia 2 V.
The budget smartphone costs just $69.99 and isn’t going to grab headlines anytime soon. However, it’s a cheap way of testing the market’s interest in Nokia devices. And from what can be seen, things are going extremely smoothly.
According to tipster Evan Blass, Verizon and HMD Global are now moving ahead …