Nokia Mobile started the sales of the “new” Nokia 6.1 Plus in Uraine. Nokia 6.1 Plus is HMD’s first phone with the notch and a higher focus on “specs for money”. In Ukraine, according to telecompaper.com, the device (4/64) started selling for 7,799 UAH or 241 euros.
For 250 euros I could tolerate the notch on the Steel-copper Nokia 7.1 anyday. The price of Nokia 3.1 Plus is OK, but I am not sure if the “3GB+16GB” memory configuration is correct. Nokia’s official site in Russia says that the 3.1 Plus come in a 3GB+32GB memory configuration, which is solid for 170 euros, if true.