Nokia made its return to the
mainstream mobile market in January with the China-only Nokia 6, but it was at MWC 2017 at the end of February we got the news we were all waiting for: Nokia is back, back, back, with three new Android phones that will be available globally. AND THE NOKIA 3310 WITH SNAKE!

The new phones will all go on sale in 120 markets in Q2 2017 (between April and June), with Clove in the UK confirming the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 will be available in May and the Nokia 6 in June.
But that's not all: the latest rumors suggest there may be two upcoming flagship Nokia Android phones incoming, and they could be here in June 

But isn't Nokia dead?

Once the biggest and best-known mobile phone manufacturer, following some tough competition from iPhone and Android Nokia in 2011 made the fatal mistake of agreeing to produce only Windows phones. In 2014 it packed up its mobile phone game and sold its business to Microsoft.
Fast-forward to 2017, and with Android inboard, this could be the Nokia comeback we've been waiting for.

It's still not quite Nokia as we know it, since Finnish brand HMD Global currently owns the rights to develop, build and sell Nokia-branded phones - although it does so with Nokia's inp.
Nokia kicked off its MWC 2017 press conference talking about its Oz camera and its acquisition of Withing, particularly with regards to what this means for the company's portfolio, with smartwatches, fitness trackers and smart scales to begin carrying the Nokia name this summer. Which is great, but, we really just care about the phones. So on to the good stuff...
Check out our hands-on reviews of the Nokia 6Nokia 5Nokia 3 and Nokia 3310
Earlier this year Nokia announced its Nokia 150 feature phone and China-only Nokia 6 smartphone, with the latter selling out in just 23 seconds.

But Nokia wants to become the biggest smartphone player in the market worldwide. It is looking to the next chapter, and during its 26 February MWC 2017 event Nokia and partner HMD Global announced three new Android phones

Interestingly, it was the also-announced non-Android Nokia 3310 that has been getting all the attention and, according to Car phone Warehouse, is breaking per-registration records. And that's despite the fact it can't do either Whats App or Facebook.
Nokia Android phones are said to be different to rival Android phones in three main ways:
• Through Nokia's relentless focus on the everyday experience, whether that is seen in the display or the camera
• Through its premium design and build quality that is present no matter where in the line-up a model sits
• Through its use of the purest version of Android you have seen, with monthly updates, fast Android platform updates and the implementation of the Google Assistant across the range

Nokia 6 is the first Nokia Android phone, now available globally

The first announced by Nokia is one with which we're already familiar, the previously China-only Nokia 6, which will now be going global at 229 Euros.

There will also be a Nokia 6 Arte Special Edition, which has a piano black gloss finish and more memory, and will retail at 299 Euros. It will be available globally in Q2 2017, and according to Clove in the UK the exact date will be sometime in June.
The Nokia 6 is a uni body Android Nougat phone crafted from a single block of Series 6000 aluminum. This is paired with a 5.5in full-HD laminated in-cell display with protective 2.5D Gorilla Glass.
Inside HMD has fitted the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octal-core processor, along with the Adreno 505 GPU, 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 64GB of storage and a 3,000mAh battery. 
The company draws particular attention to the Nokia 6's multimedia functionality, quoting dual amplifiers that deliver a 6dB louder sound than a regular amp, giving higher voice, deeper bass and unmatched clarity, and Dolby Atmos that creates powerful, moving sound that seems to flow all around users.
There's also a 16Mp, f/2.0 primary  camera with chase-detection autofocus, and an 8Mp selfie camera.
Nokia Android phone
In our Nokia 6 hands-on review we found ourselves feeling quite torn. If this were a smartphone launched by any of the other big players in the smartphone industry right now we’d probably say that it’s a decent smartphone with a really good price tag but nothing particularly outstanding in the current market. But because this is Nokia we’re talking about we’re strangely excited about it.
We think it’s going to catch the attention of those who loved their Nokia phones years back thanks to their simplicity and reliability, and with such a great price tag we expect it’ll quickly become a popular choice for smartphone buyers. We’re looking forward to spending more time with the Nokia 6 and its siblings, and we’re intrigued to find out what the future holds for Nokia.

Nokia 5 is a slimmed-down version of the Nokia 6

Second, there is the Nokia 5, a more compact version of the Nokia 6 but with a 5.2in HD IPS display, retailing at 189 Euros. It will be available globally in Q2 2017, and according to Clove in the UK the exact date will be sometime in May. 
There's a 13Mp camera with autofocus and a dual-tone flash at the rear and an 8Mp wide-angle selfie camera at the front.
Inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage (plus micro SD support up to 128GB).
It supports both 4G connectivity and NFC, and has a Micro-USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack. The battery is rated at 3000mAh.

The Nokia 5 comes in Tempered Blue, Silver, Matte Black and Copper, and measures 149.7x72.5x8.05mm. 
Nokia 5
Our hands-on Nokia 5 review left us impressed, particularly when considering the price tag.
It’s good-looking with decent specs and we love the addition of Android without over complicating it with any sort of overlay.
We expect the Nokia 5 could become a really popular choice for anyone in the market for a mid-range phone, and a strong contender for the Moto G5.

Nokia 3 is the entry-level model in Nokia's new Android phone family

Third, there is the cheaper Nokia 3, which has the same flagship design but retails at 139 Euros.
It is also crafted from a single block of 6000-series aluminium, and has a 5in HD IPS laminated display that is bright and clear, and a wide-angle 8Mp selfie camera. 
It will be available globally in Q2 2017. As with the Nokia 5, Clove in the UK says the exact date will be sometime in May.
The Nokia 3 comes in Silver White, Matte Black, Tempered Blue and Copper White, and measures 143.4x71.4x8.48mm.
It runs a 1.3GHz MediaTek MTK6737 quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, plus there's Micro SD support up to 128GB.
camera are rated at 8Mp, both front and back, and there's an integrated 2650mAh battery keeping it all going.
There's a Micro-USB port and headphone jack, plus support for 4G and NFC.
Nokia 3

Nokia 3310 is a throwback to the past - a low-cost feature phone

The one all Nokia fans have been waiting for, though, is the comeback of the Nokia 3310.
It comes in gloss Warm Red and Yellow, and a matte Dark Blue and Grey, and measures 115.6x51x12.8mm.
The Nokia 3310 also comes with the Snake game and Nokia ringtone, what more do you need to know?!
Seriously though, expect 16MB of storage (yes that is MB and not a typo, but with up to 32GB via micro SD), a 2.4in curved color display and a new 2Mp camera.Unfortunately, the Nokia 3310 does not run Whats App or Facebook apps (though you can get online, browse Twitter and read email)  - something to consider if you're thinking of buying one.
Nokia 3310
At the end of the day, the Nokia 3310 is a play for nostalgia, and how much you care will depend on how much affection you have for the old Nokia bricks.
It’s not going to replace your smartphone - and it doesn’t want to - but it could be a cheap supplement.
And yeah, you could already buy another feature phone for cheaper, but between the epic battery life and the sheer Nokia factor (and Snake!) we know where our loyalties lie.
For more of our first impressions see our Nokia 3310 hands-on review.

When are the new Nokia Android phones coming out?

Nokia has confirmed that the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 will be available in 120 markets in Q2 2017 (between April and June). Clove says the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 will be available in May, and the Nokia 6 in June. As soon as an exact release date is known we will update this article.
The rumored Nokia flagship will arrive later in the year, and according to sources that could well be in June.
(Since it is said to be running the Snapdragon 835 processor, it cannot launch before the Samsung Galaxy S8 which is expected to go on sale 21 April.)

How much will the new Nokia Android phones cost in the UK?

Nokia has not yet announced UK pricing for its Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6, but it has announced the prices in Euros.
The Nokia 6 is the most expensive of these three affordable phones, costing 229 Euros (£194), while a limited edition Nokia 6 R Special Edition will cost 299 Euros (£253).
The Nokia 5 will cost 189 Euros (£160), and the Nokia 3 139 Euros (£117).

What didn't Nokia announce at MWC 2017?

Nokia 8 flagship is tipped to be coming soon 

The Nokia 8 (or Nokia P1) is what's expected to be the upcoming Nokia flagship, which will run the Snapdragon 835 processor and launch after the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus (expected to go on sale in April).
However, the latest tip-off suggests we will actually see two flagship Nokia Android phones, with both running the Snapdragon 835. Better still, they could launch as soon as June 2017.
According to the source one of the two handsets will be a full metal uni body phone with dual cameras. The key difference between the two will be the size of the screen.
The Nokia P1 popped up on Weibo as the subject of discussion by what appeared to be Nokia China.
It said the phone would arrive at MWC 2017 with the Snapdragon 835 processor. Unfortunately, HMD has since confirmed that this was a fake account.
Despite the fake account, it is believed that the Nokia P1 is very much in the making and coming soon as Nokia's top-end Android phone.
It's said to run Android Nougat and come with a 5.3in or 5.7in display with Gorilla Glass 5 and IP57 protection. As well as the aforementioned Snapdragon 835, the Nokia P1 is expected to get 6GB of RAM.
A Carl Zeiss 22.6Mp camera could be found at the rear, and a 3,500mAh battery with Quick Charge 4.0 inside.
Although the partnership between Zeiss and Nokia was thought to be no more, Nokia has confirmed it was talking only about its current range (the Nokia 3, 5 and 6) when it said Nokia phones will not use Carl Zeiss optics. And that's great news for the upcoming Nokia 8.
The Nokia P1 is thought to be priced at around $800 or £634 with 128GB of storage, and $950 or £753 with 256GB.
Update (16/03/2017): While early reports suggested that the upcoming Nokia P1 was to feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, a recent report seems to suggest otherwise. Citing unknown sources, Nokia Power User claims that the upcoming smartphone will feature a Snapdragon 660, although it doesn't go into much more detail than that. If true, the upcoming Nokia flagship may not be able to compete with other 2017 flagships including the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8, and may only be a 'flagship' within Nokia's own range. 
Concept Creator has released a new YouTube video (shown below) revealing what the Nokia P1 might look like based on leaks.

It reveals a metal frame, hybrid dual-SIM slot, Carl Zeiss camera, a front home button with embedded fingerprint scanner and a 5.3in display.