A year ago, the Nokia 6.1 smartphone is currently available online in India at an attractive price. Since the dispatch, the smartphone has cut some authorization value from HMD Global. Currently, as it may be, Nokia 6.1 has been seen with Flipkart with the lowest sticker value so far.
Cost of Nokia 6.1 in India
Flipkart takes a fast genderer, which shows that Nokia 6.1 is currently available for Rs 6,999. This cost is for 3 GB RAM variation in dark shading. On the opportunity to decide about the blue shading difference, the cost goes up to Rs 8,999. The higher 4GB RAM difference of Nokia 6.1 is available at Rs 10,685. Posting was first seen by the NPU.
Likewise, Flipkart Axis is offering a five percent discount on EMI with a bank credit and debit card. Buyers can avail an additional five percent discount using the Axis Bank Buzz credit card when purchasing a smartphone. Finally, the EMI option for smartphones starts at Rs 355 per month.
HMD had evaluated Nokia 6.1 in India for Rs. 16,999 with a 3 GB RAM model a year ago. 4 GB RAM difference came later with a sticker value of Rs 18,999 in May 2018. For the most part, the smartphone is having the official price reduction, which is reducing the cost of the opening to Rs 9,999.
Highlights on Nokia 6.1, Details
Nokia 6.1 firstly appears in MWC 2018, and was finally launch in India a year ago in May. It includes a 5.5-inch IPS LCD show that has full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) round and 16: 9 perspective ratio. The engine has a Qualcomm snapdragon 630 versatile platform, which has been added to 4GB of RAM and 64GB interior stockpiling. Capacity can be increased to 128GB using microSD card.
For photography, Nokia 6.1 has a 16-megapixel essential sensor and 8-megapixel selfie camera. To ensure everything, there is a 3,000mAh battery with the help of USB Type-C charging.
Nokia 6.1 comes with a specific set of network options like 4G LTE help, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and GPS. In the product side of things, the Nokia smartphone is a piece of Google’s Android One activity. This means that the smartphone stock Android runs out-of-case, and ensures long-term programming refresh.