Nokia 6.1 officially launching in the U.S., costs $269
Available Sunday, May 6 from Amazon and Best Buy.
At the very beginning of the year, HMD Global launched a successor to the Nokia 6 in the form of the Nokia 6.1. The phone has already made its way to China and India, and now it’s officially heading to the United States.
Beginning Sunday, May 6, you’ll be able to purchase the Nokia 6.1 from Amazon and Best Buy in the U.S. Pricing is set at $269, making it a tad more expensive than the Nokia 6’s launch price of $229.
Even with the increased cost, the Nokia 6.1 still looks to be an incredible value. The phone features a 6000 series aluminum unibody design, 5.5-inch Full HD display housed under 2.5D curved glass, and a 16MP ZEISS rear camera. Other notable specs include a Snapdragon 630 processor, 4GB RAM, and Android Oreo backed by Google’s Android One program.
Although sales don’t officially begin until this Sunday, you can already place early orders through Best Buy’s site right now.
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