Nokia is off to a good start if their sold out flash sale is something to go by. The company launched their first Android powered smartphone Nokia 6 in China. The smartphone had 1.4 million registrations for its flash sale and on the date of the sale it sold out in under 1 minute. Fans around the world have been asking the company when they will be announcing Nokia 6 for other countries. Good news for Nokia fans, Nokia 6 is heading to different markets with its first stop being Philippines.
One of the major retailers in the country, Lazada Philippines will be selling the Nokia 6 exclusively. The seem to have the white variant of the device in-stock. In Chinese market we only got to see the black variant. In the promotional advertisement another stark difference can be seen in the prices. In China, Nokia 6 retailed at $245 but at Lazada Philippines, it is priced at $370. It will go on sale on 26th February.
Nokia under HMD Global is working on reviving the iconic brand name. For this purpose their strategy is to produce devices with good specs and an affordable price point. In China this strategy has worked but we don’t know how many devices were sold. In Philippines with a higher price point will users choose Nokia 6 or go for some other brand which offers same specs at a better price points.