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But the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 seemed to deliver pleasant designs, attractive prices and solid specs overall. Now, with the flagship Nokia 8 revealed, we wondered just how well the current phones are selling…
“Sales for Nokia 3, 5 and 6 have been encouraging despite global supply constraints,” Bridget Benghu, senior marketing/communications manager at MTN, told Gearburn, without giving specific details.
Meanwhile, Vodacom was cagey about sharing figures.
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“We have launched the Nokia 3 and 5 but can’t share numbers at this stage. The Nokia 8 will launch in September and this will be exclusive to Vodacom,” a marketing representative said.
Cellucity marketing manager Gavin Geldenhuys also elaborated on sales of Nokia Android devices, saying that the retailer “probably moved over 70%” of its stock.
“We knew it was going to do well, to be honest…” the Cellucity representative continued, adding that the Nokia brand still has “equity”.
We’ve contacted Cell C and will update the article when we receive a response. Meanwhile, Telkom’s website doesn’t show Nokia smartphones — we’ve contacted the network for clarification.