Nokia phones are to return to Ireland again from next month.

The new owner of the brand, HMD Global, is to release the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 smartphones as well as the reinvigorated Nokia 3310.

The devices were unveiled at Mobile World Congress at the start of the year and have since been released in certain markets around the world.

However, stock restrictions meant the phones are only coming to Ireland and the UK now.

The three smartphones are targeted at the low-to mid tier of the market, while the 3310 will be aimed at those needing a second or throwaway phone, older people, or younger children whose parents don’t want them to have full smartphone access.

The Nokia 6 has a 5.5 inch full HD screen with an aluminium body, dual speakers and is powered by the Snapdragon 430 processor.

This device will be available for purchase in Ireland from August 2nd, costing €249.

The slightly smaller Nokia 5 has an IPS HD display, an 8MP selfie camera and is also powered by the same chip as the Nokia 6.

It will cost €209 and will be available here from August 16th.

The Nokia 3 has a 5 inch IPS display and 8MP wide aperture cameras front and back.

It will go on sale on August 2nd priced at €149.

All three smartphones will run on the Google Android operating system, with no modifications.

The 3310, the original of which was once among the most popular phones ever made, has many of the same features as the first version.

Its battery has 22 hours of talk time and will last a month on standby. The new model also has the old favourite 3310 game, Snake.

It will sell for €59 and will be available from August 2nd from Vodafone, Eir and Carphone Warehouse.

HMD Global is a Finish based company which designs and markets a range of devices under the Nokia brand.

It was only set up late last year.