Compare the best Nokia smartphones
Our expert team has reviewed a wide range of Nokia phones to help you find the best option for you.
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Key facts about Nokia phones
- The Nokia of today is not the same company that dominated the mobile industry in the 1990s. Slowing sales saw Microsoft buy the business back in 2014, only to sell it in 2016 to the current Nokia brand holder HMD Global.
- In its current iteration, Nokia manufactures and sells a wide range of smartphones at both the high and low ends of the market and has even begun rebooting classic Nokia handsets like the 3310.
Nokia's modern smartphones span the entire breadth of the mobile market, from $1,000+ feature phones down to $100 budget handsets. This provides plenty of choice no matter what budget you're working with, but it can also present a challenge in determining which handset is right for you.
To help you wade through the sea of slick marketing and complex specifications, we've highlighted the main factors to focus on below. Keep these in mind as you compare Nokia smartphones, and you'll be better equipped to find a handset suited to your specific needs.
Looking for a Nokia phone on a plan?
Buying a Nokia phone on a contract isn't as easy as grabbing an iPhone or Samsung handset. Only a handful of Australian telcos stock Nokia smartphones, and some models aren't available on contract at all – the Nokia 1, for instance, can only currently be purchased outright.
Check out the table below to compare postpaid SIM-only plans:
Latest Nokia phone news
Nokia's latest super-affordable feature phone isn't fancy – but that's totally the point.Read more…
The Nokia 53 continues HMD Global's journey in providing solid Android experiences with the benefits of photographic flexibility.Read more…
The Nokia 1.3 is certainly cheap, but it makes the most of its meagre resources thanks to the use of Android Go.Read more…
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Nokia 1.4: Features | Specifications | Pricing
Nokia’s fourth-generation ultra-budget handset promises fast security updates and two-day battery life.
Nokia 5.4 Review: Average Android doesn’t quite make the grade
The Nokia 5.4 is a fine phone, but it’s only an average model for its price range, which is something of an odd step backwards for Nokia.
Nokia 3.4 review
The Nokia 3.4 is an affordable Android phone, and the inclusion of Android One means it has the potential to improve over the years. We hope it does, because at launch, the Nokia 3.4 is mediocre.
Nokia 225 4G review
Nokia's latest super-affordable feature phone isn't fancy – but that's totally the point.
Nokia 8.3 5G review
The Nokia 8.3 5G has been long delayed in Australia, but the wait was (mostly) worth it.
Nokia 5.3 review
The Nokia 53 continues HMD Global's journey in providing solid Android experiences with the benefits of photographic flexibility.
Nokia 1.3 review
The Nokia 1.3 is certainly cheap, but it makes the most of its meagre resources thanks to the use of Android Go.
Nokia 2.3 review
The Nokia 2.3 is an inexpensive, perfectly acceptable smartphone for budget buyers.
Nokia 800 Tough review: Features | Pricing | Specs
Nokia's 800 Tough lives up to its billing, and while it's a simple feature phone, it's an easy recommendation to add to your tradie tools – or fishing tackle box.
Nokia 7.2 review: A fair mid-range phone, but not an exciting one
In the busy mid-range space, the Nokia 7.2 is good but not best in class in any particular way.