Nokia 6 was finally up for its first flash sale last week and the results reported was monumental. The device was said to have sold out in one minute but we never got to find out the number of units that were up for grabs. It has now emerged that only 10,000 units were available during its first flash sale, thus explaining why it was all sold out in 60 seconds.
The budget smartphone has been scheduled to go on another round of flash sale on January 26 which is just two days away. This would be its second flash sale and we would likely see more and more flash sales. Already, reports have it that up to 1.37 million persons have so far registered for the flash sale. Apparently, this figure should comprise those who registered but couldn’t grab one during the first round of sales.
Nokia 6 is still sold exclusively on Jingdong and the price is yet to change, hanging on to 1,699 yuan. For this price, you get a device with a 5.5-inch 1080p display which is fired up by a Snapdragon 430 chipset, backed by a huge 4GB of RAM. There is also 64GB of storage onboard with the option of expanding it further via microSD. On the camera end, the device packs a 16MP rear camera with a single LED flash lying just underneath it, as well as an 8MP front-facing camera for sleek selfies. There is an ample 3,000mAh battery crammed inside the smartphone as well.