Nokia 6 second flash sale registrations crosses 1.4 million

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Do you want to purchase Nokia 6 and experience Android Nougat loaded into it? Well. You will have to wait because the registrations for the second flash sale has exceeded all benchmarks. According to reports, the registrations for the Nokia 6 second flash sale just days before the official flash sale has reached a record 1.4 million on Thursday.

Las week, the Nokia 6 units went out of stock within a minute after the start of the first flash sale in China. The smartphone is exclusively available in China through Previously, the registrations for the flash sale had reached one million two days ahead of the first Nokia 6 flash sale.

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The main reason for the growing interest among consumers for Nokia 6 is attributed to the integration of Android Nougat. Moreover, Nokia is launching smartphones after a long gap of several months after the suspension of Lumia handsets.

You need not have to pay any cash during the registration stage. If you are interested and located in China, you can register for the Nokia 6 second flash sale by creating an account on As of this writing, the Nokia 6 is available for consumers based in China. The handset is priced at CNY 1700, which equates to Rs. 16800.

Just because the total number of registrations has crossed 1.4 million, it doesn’t mean there will be a million units of Nokia 6 for sale. The registrations process is similar to that of the Flipkart flash sales. Recently, Redmi Note 4 was launched in India, but you can directly buy the handset without any registration.

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Interestingly, the Nokia 6 registration figures are for the Black color variant and not Silver color. In early January, a Silver color model of Nokia 6 was spotted on a certification site. Furthermore, a Nokia 6 handset with codename TA-1003 surfaced in the Bluetooth certification, which signals the arrival of the handset in other emerging markets.

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