Nokia’s conference began with a murmur of excitement and it did not disappoint. The first major announcement came quickly, Withings products would start carrying the Nokia name this year, the fitness and wearable company was brought by Nokia last year. A small sample of the new rebranding was shown off via a newly Nokia branded Steel HR.

Nokia also dove into their new marketing campaign for the line-up, highlighting real stories from individuals across the globe. Shortly after, Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer at HMD Global, took to the stage to share details about the Nokia 6’s success in China. Sarvikas also announced that the Nokia 6 will now be available globally, priced at $299 (INR 19,926).

He also stressed on the fact that Nokia was an obsessive customer experience company and that the value of the Nokia branding was important them. He announced that all phones in the Nokia line-up will run pure versions of Android Nougat, he also committed to timely security and Operating System upgrades and announced that all Nokia phones will ship with Google Assistant.

Besides the Nokia 6, Nokia also showed off the Nokia 5. This mid-range phone features a 5.2 inch HD display and will run on a Snapdragon 430 paired with 2GB of RAM. The phone also leverages Nokia’s strength in optics, there is a 13MP camera module on the back of the phone which features a Carl Zeiss lens and an 8MP camera on the front that features a wide angle. The Nokia 5 is priced at 189 euros (INR 13,303).

The Nokia 3 is an entry level handset that features a polycarbonate body engulfed in an aluminium frame, it will run on a MediaTek 6737 processor which will be paired with 2GB of RAM. It has a 5 inch HD display up front with an 8MP camera at the back. There is also an 8MP camera on the front. 3 is the cheapest of the bunch, priced at 189 euros (INR 9,784). Nokia also brought back the iconic 3310, reimagined in a quirky, fun design.