Nokia 6 is breaking all records! Gets 2.5 lakh pre-orders in less than 24 hours of being launched! Nokia 6 is up for pre-order on JD.com at CNY 1699 (Approx Rs 17,000).
Nokia 6 Is Breaking All Records! Gets 2,50,000 Registrations In 1 Day
The news of Nokia’s return to the smartphone world had arrived the previous year and pleased many users who want to see the iconic Nokia logo again but this time running on Android instead of Windows.
HMD Global has finally announced the first Nokia Android smartphone. The Nokia 6 has been launched in China and will only be available in the Chinese market only on JD.com.
Now Nokia is breaking all records with their latest Nokia 6. The budget smartphone is already a sensation. As we all of time users have to wait for longer time to grab Nokia device. So, it’s generating a lot of interest.
Nokia already announced the smartphone in China and the device is up for pre-order for CNY 1699 which is less than Rs 20,000. According to some reports, Nokia 6 has been pre-ordered by over 2.5 lakh people in the country within 24 hours of the announcement.
According to the reports from Phonearena, each registration for Nokia 6 on JD.com is costing a user $9 which will be deducted from the final price at the time of purchase. The smartphone will be available for purchase via the flash sale.
Price Of Nokia 6
As we already mentioned the smartphone is up for pre-order on JD.com at CNY 1699 which is approximately Rs 17,000. Each registration for Nokia 6 on JD.com is costing user $9 which will be deducted from the final price during the payment.
Specifications Of Nokia 6
Nokia 6 features 5.5inch full HD display along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 chipset coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It has 16MP back camera and 8MP front camera which supports wide-angle selfies.
According to India.com “Nokia has begun sending out invites for an event scheduled to take place in Barcelona, Spain on February 26th, right before Mobile World Congress. It is hoped that Nokia will launch the Nokia 6 globally at the event.”
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