Unlocked Nokia 6.1 now comes with a free photo/video kit in the US

Unlocked Nokia 6.1 now comes with a free photo/video kit in the US
Officially released in the US earlier this month, the Nokia 6.1 is an unlocked smartphone made for users who don't plan to spend more than $300 on a brand new handset. The device costs $270 regardless of where you're getting it from (Amazon, Best Buy, or B&H), but one of these retailers is offering a free gift with it.

When purchasing the Nokia 6.1 from B&H, you're getting a photo/video kit at no extra cost. Normally priced at $34.95, the kit includes a flexible tripod, a smartphone mount, and an external USB-chargeable LED light (with 48 LEDs), so it should be useful if you're into mobile photography. By the way, the Zeiss-branded rear camera of the Nokia 6.1 is quite good, and it even supports 4K video recording.

Just like the Nokia 6.1 sold by Amazon and Best Buy, the handset offered by B&H comes with US warranty. The smartphone is fully compatible with GSM carriers like T-Mobile and AT&T, but not with Verizon, Sprint, and US Cellular.



Running Android 8 Oreo out of the box, the Nokia 6.1 is part of Google's Android One program - this means that, for at least 2 years after launch, it will be among the first Android devices to receive the latest software updates. If you want to find out more about the smartphone, make sure to read our Nokia 6.1 (2018) review.

source: B&H

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