jueves, 2 de noviembre de 2017

India won't get Nokia 7 anytime soon, HMD confirms

HMD Global has confirmed that they currently have no plans to launch the Nokia 7 smartphone in India. The confirmation came directly from the company's Chief Marketing Officer Pekka Rantala. His exact word were "Nokia 7 is designed for Chinese consumers, so currently we've no plans to bring it to India". The phone was launched last month, with China becoming the first market to get it. The Snapdragon 630-powered handset starts at CNY 2,499 (around $377 or €320) and goes up to CNY 2,699 ($407 or €345) depending on the model you purchase. Via



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HMD Global has confirmed that they currently have no plans to launch the Nokia 7 smartphone in India. The confirmation came directly from the company's Chief Marketing Officer Pekka Rantala. His exact word were "Nokia 7 is designed for Chinese consumers, so currently we've no plans to bring it to India". The phone was launched last month, with China becoming the first market to get it. The Snapdragon 630-powered handset starts at CNY 2,499 (around $377 or €320) and goes up to CNY 2,699 ($407 or €345) depending on the model you purchase. Via



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