The history of Nokia phones shows how quickly fortunes shift in the mobile phone market. Once the largest mobile phone brand worldwide, Nokia failed to jump on the touchscreen bandwagon, then failed to back Android. By 2016 it looked doomed, but Nokia is back - and once again you can buy a new Nokia phone!
You’ll find loads of Nokia mobile phone deals on the Mozillion marketplace, from new Nokia phones for sale, through to nearly new refurbished Nokia phones. All new Nokia deals are boxed phones, for sale SIM-free. On the other hand, you can buy a second-hand Nokia phone and benefit from our stringent quality controls.
We check every used Nokia phone against the leading lost and stolen register. Next, we administer a 90-point lab test and a certified data wipe, restoring the phone’s condition to certified refurbished. As if that wasn’t enough, we add on the protection of our free 24-month guarantee, so you can be confident in any phone you buy through Mozillion.
Why buy a Nokia phone from us?
You won’t find better Nokia mobile phone deals than the phones for sale at Mozillion. All new Nokia phones for sale on our marketplace are boxed and unopened, and often far cheaper than you’ll find elsewhere. If you’re looking to save more, browse from the selection of refurbished Nokia phones. Remember that every one is inspected, tested, and restored to certified refurbished condition. More than that, we back every refurbished phone with our 24-month warranty. But move fast - Mozillion deals are unique, and once they’re gone they’re gone!
Buying a new or second-hand Nokia phone
In a world where naming conventions can make your head spin, it’s comparatively simple to choose from Nokia phones for sale. The brand uses the numbers 1-9, with higher numbered phones generally being better. This way you can tell that the Nokia 9 PureView is Nokia’s flagship smartphone - and it’s an awesome one, to boot!
When phones get an update, Nokia adds to the number after the decimal point. For example, the Nokia 5 is a mid-range Android smartphone launched in 2017. A year later Nokia replaced it with the 5.1, then in 2020 this gave way to the Nokia 5.3.
Buy a Nokia phone and you’ll find some other things are simple, too. Nokia uses Android One, a near-stock form of the operating system. Aside from a lack of ‘bloatware’, this promises regular security updates, and new Android versions for two years after the phone’s launch.
Regular updates make the cheap Nokia phones a great alternative for buyers who can’t stretch to a Google Pixel phone. And with monthly security updates lasting three years, you can buy a refurbished Nokia phone and be sure it will stay secure for longer.