Pure, Secure & Up to date
With many years of experience in understanding what our customers want from our Nokia phones, Android has enabled us to do just that, give our customers exactly what they expect, a pure, secure and up-to-date experience.
“The pure, secure and up-to-date approach enables individuals to experience Android devices the way it was always intended, no bloatware, long battery life and regular security updates,” explains Michelle Wynne, Head of Marketing for HMD, Sub-Sahara Africa Region.
The mobile phone has become an integral part of our daily life’s and to some an extension of their personality. This is why the freedom to customize your Android device is one of the most commonly mentioned things by our users. Nokia smart phones offer our consumers Pure Android, which means no preloaded apps that you don’t need, just customise your phone with what matters to you.
Nobody knows or understands you, like you do, so who better than YOU to personalise your own phone?
Developed by Google, Android gives you the power of Google at your fingertips. From Google Play, Google Photos to Google Assistant, ensuring that you stay up to date with the latest technology and software developed.
Great range of phones
Nokia smartphones provides users with memory to capture all those special moments. Nokia Smartphones come with expandable memory. If you run out of space, you can easily insert a new SD card in your phone and never worry again about missing out on a special moment in your life, with extra memory comes the ability to record at your heart’s content. The cherry on the cake is access to Google Cloud storage to save all your memories and back-up all your content.
Love is finding the right price to fit your needs
The challenge facing most Africans at the moment is that while they can’t afford to waste money on unnecessary items, they still need a reliable mobile device that will fit their stretched pockets and demanding needs. “This is why there is a range of Nokia Smart phones running on Android OS for everyone” concludes Wynne.