HMD’s newly announced smartphone, the Nokia 7, that is exclusively available in China, passed through TENAA, Chinese electronics certification agency. The device was certified in late September, but the info was made public today. The certified model number is TA-1041. Check the photos and certificate down below.
Stores that sell the Nokia 7 in China, already delivered the device to some customers, and the first customer reviews (as far as I can see) are positive. 97% satisfaction on JD.com (200+ reviews), 100% on Suning.com (20+ reviews) and 4.4/5 on Nokia’s TMall store (7+ reviews). We went through the reviews and selected some interesting real-life pictures that nicely show the 7. Check it down below. For more, click the links of the retailers at the end of the article.
The second flash sale of Nokia 7 will happen on 31st October, and we already have a total of nearly 150,000 pre-registrations for the device: 136,000 via JD.com and 11,000 via Suning.com. Nokia’s TMall store doesn’t have a pre-registrations counter like the mentioned before. Considering there are still 3 days until the second flash sale, the interest will probably be bigger than on the first flash sale when about 150,000 showed interest for buying the 7, via JD and Suning.
Nokia 7 is an attractive device, and hopefully HMD will bring her on sale globally before the end of the year. Another thing I like about it is the inclusion of the transparent case in the retail box.