Nokia 7.1 definitely isn’t the quickest Nokia phone to come to the market but is available in some European countries according to some retailer’s web-shops. I’ve been checking MediaMarkt and Amazon web pages of different European countries, and Nokia 7.1 seems to be available online in Germany (€339), Belgium (€349) and Poland (PLN1499). You can order Nokia 7.1 in the Netherlands (€349), but the delivery will be made in the first days of November. They are all selling the blue color variant, while in the Netherlands you’ll be able to buy a gray one.
Interestingly, you can get a €50 cashback in Belgium so Nokia 7.1 can be yours for just €299, which is less than the current price of the Nokia 7 Plus (€379) there.
Amazon in France and Italy are also offering you to preorder the Nokia 7.1, but the delivery will be made on October 29. The price of the phone is set at €329 and €323 respectively.
British Carphone Warehouse also got the blue Nokia 7.1 in stock, and if you buy it, you’ll be getting the UE Wonderboom BT speaker worth 90 pounds.
People in Russia can also get their hands on Nokia 7.1 over the official Nokia store for ₽18,990, and it can be shipped immediately in Moscow. The phone is available in Indigo and Gray color.
Croatian retailer Mobis also enlisted the blue Nokia 7.1, but the device is still not available there, and the price is not known yet.
I hope that HMD Global will be sending us a test unit soon since I’m eager to see how it operates and is that Snapdragon 636 responsive enough to make this one the best buy mid-range phone for the upcoming Christmas holidays.
Oh man, it is still October and I’m already thinking about Christmas…