Early this morning, around 3 am CET, JD.com and Suning.com held the second flash sale of the newly announced Nokia 7 plus. The device was sold out in both variants at JD.com and Suning.com in the same fashion as a week ago, when the first flash sale was organized. To take part in the flash sale, you have to register for the device. At the moment, there are about 250,000 registrations for the 7 plus via JD.com, and already 2,800 reviews were posted with an average 97% approval rating.
China is the first market where the Nokia 7 plus went on sale and for an attractive price of around 300 euros for the 4GB+64GB model, or you can add 20 euros for the 6GB RAM version. The global sale of the device should start from April the 1st in some markets, and the same applies to the Nokia 6, Nokia 1 and Nokia 8 Sirocco. The global price for the Nokia 7 plus (before taxes) is set at 399 euros.
That will also be the approximate retail price in many European countries, while in some Middle Eastern and maybe in East Asia the price will be lower. The next flash sale in China is scheduled in a week.