The fourth batch of Nokia 7 plus devices was sold out in China early this morning via JD.com. We are merely days away from the global launch of this device, and other smartphones HMD announced at MWC 2018 in Barcelona last month. Nokia 7 plus is the company’s first phablet, featuring a 6-inch FullHD+ display, Snapdragon 660, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, 12+13MP back camera, 3800mAh, and Android 8.1 Oreo by being the member of the Android One program.
At JD.com, the Nokia 7 plus with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage retails for about 300 euros (20 more euros for 6GB RAM version) and has about 12,000 reviews and 98% approval rating. The next flash sale of the device will take place in a week. You can check the offer here.
HMD has strengthened their presence in China in 2018 offering quite good devices like the Nokia 6.1 and now the 7 plus at solid price point. The Nokia 6.1 retails at about 200 euros, but comes without ZEISS optics, but with more RAM than the basic global version – while the 7 plus has a 100 euro lower price at start compared to the price HMD announced. JD.com is still offering the Nokia 7, for those who like the great design and compact form factor, and the pre-orders for Nokia 8 Sirocco started that is priced at about 600 euros. If you remember last year at this time, HMD just offered the Nokia 6.