Nokia 7.1, a Decent Mid-Ranger Running Stock Android Can Be Grabbed for up to $150 in Savings
The Nokia 7.1 was launched at $349 and at the time, considering its hardware specifications, the aforementioned price was considered a bit steep. However, things are looking up for the customer as you can avail up to $150 in savings and get the Nokia 7.1 for $199 at its minimum price. In order to get the Android One-powered handset, you can head over to Best Buy right now and activate with an AT&T line right away to get those $150 savings.
If you choose to activate service at a later time, then you’ll have to pay $249, which is also the price you’ll have to pay if you choose to purchase the smartphone from Amazon. If you’ve had great experiences making purchases from Amazon, we highly recommend buying the Nokia 7.1 from there.
As for why you should get a $199 smartphone, it’s because, at that price, it’s an absolute steal. You’re getting a device running stock Android as part of the Android One program, meaning two years of software and security updates, guaranteed. Next, HMD Global says that the Nokia 7.1 offers real-time SDR to HDR conversion for all user content, meaning higher quality content for buyers.
You also get a decent 3060mAh battery that can charge from 0-50 percent in just 30 minutes of charging. It also has a striking design, and with a 5.84-inch display, you’re getting a device that will comfortably slip into your pocket while giving you maximum screen real estate in return.