Retailer Best Buy has the handset in stock, and is selling it for $160. Available color options include black.
Amazon was also listed as the official sales partner for the Nokia 3.1 in the US, but a quick look at the phone’s listing on the retailer’s website reveals the device is “currently unavailable.” Aside from Best Buy and Amazon, B&H also has a Nokia 3.1 listing, but the device is still on pre-order there.
To give you a quick idea, the Nokia 3.1 is a budget smartphone that offers pure Android experience (which effectively means faster updates). To know more, head to our hands-on review.