With Nokia looking to take things to the next level as it had just recently launched its mid-range smartphone, the Nokia 6 that is already getting positive feedbacks, it seems as though, the company’s decisions to partner with HMD Global is worth it after all. As per latest reports, Nokia got sold out in less than a minute during its second flash sale that took place on January 26.
According to the report, registrations for the device on China’s JD.com had reached over 1.4 million people ahead of the device’s second sale. Now reports are claiming that the handset got sold out completely and future buyers will have to wait until the next sale.
Just last week, the registrations had reached 1 million and the device reportedly went out of stock within a minute of its availability in the first sale. The Nokia 6 smartphone which is being made available only in China is sold at a purchase price of 1,699 Yuan.
As per specifications, the mobile device sports a 5.5-inch full HD display and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 430 processor. The handset feature a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.