Today, the newly announced Nokia X7 started selling in China. The X7 is the new addition to notched Nokia X family of Devices, and comes as a successor to the Nokia 7 Plus, even though the 7 Plus still remains HMD’s “flagship midrange” device outside China.
Nokia X7 features good specs, and is priced competitively in China. The price for the 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM version starts at 1,699CNY or 213 euros, which is lower than the Nokia 7 Plus actual price of 1,999CNY or 251 euros. The X7 is available via Chinese retailers as JD.com, but also via the new Nokia Mobile online store in China. The 7 Plus is out-of-stock at JD, but via Nokia’s online store you can still order it.
At the moment, Nokia X7 is available for pre-order with delivery next week, all in fashion of a flash sale via JD.com and other stores. Nokia Mobile’s online store offers “normal” pre-orders. The first batch of Nokia X7 was already sold out today.
The global release date of Nokia X7, just like the global name of the device, remain unknown.