Nokia 6.1 Receives A Huge Price Cut In India, Now Starts At Rs 6,999

On: July 8, 2019

HMD Global, the parent company of Nokia has slashed the prices of the Nokia 6.1. The device was launched back in April last year. This is the second time the device is getting a price cut on both the 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB variants. The Nokia 6.1 was launched originally at a price tag of Rs 16,999 and Rs 18,999 respectively for the base and higher configuration. 

Both the Nokia 6.1 variants have received a massive price drop of up to Rs 10,000 bringing down the price of 3GB + 32GB variant to Rs 6,999 and 4GB + 64GB variant to Rs 9,999. The price cut is reflected on Nokia’s official website as well as e-commerce platforms Amazon and Flipkart

Coming to the specifications, the Nokia 6.1 is an Android One device, meaning users can expect timely OS updates and a stock UI. The device features a 5.5-inch display bearing full HD resolution. Design-wise, it flaunts a metal unibody with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a single 16MP primary rear camera backed by Zeiss optics. Upfront, the device is fitted with an 8MP snapper. The Nokia 6.1 is capable of recording 4K videos. The smartphone can be availed in three colour options – Black and Copper, White and Iron, Blue and Gold. 

A Snapdragon 630 processor is present inside the Nokia 6.1. It is coupled with 3GB or 4GB RAM depending on the user’s needs. The former offers 32GB internal storage while the latter packs 64GB. For additional needs, the storage is expandable up to 128GB via a microSD card. The Nokia 6.1 is powered by a 3,000mAh battery unit and comes with a USB Type-C port. 

Going by the specifications and new prices, the Nokia 6.1 seems like a bargain available at never before seen price. 

Viraj Gawde

Viraj loves being in the creative field. Being a tech guy and resident tech advisor for his friends and family, his interest lies in smartphones, laptops and cameras. Passionate about creating art, his forte lies in photography. In his downtime, he loves gaming on his self-built rig and supporting FC Barcelona.