Nokia 6 is no longer exclusive to Amazon in the US

It's been more than three months since the Nokia 6 made its debut in the United States, but the mid-ranger could only be purchased at Amazon. HMD and the US major retailer inked an exclusivity agreement, which was supposed to come to an end at a later date.

Apparently, that exclusivity deal is over now since another retailer in the country, namely B&H, is now selling the Nokia 6. The smartphone is available for the same price you would pay if would choose to get it from Amazon, $229.

However, B&H throws in some freebies if you decide to go for its deal, such a tempered glass protector and a silicone clear case for a total worth of $29.98. The Nokia 6 is available at B&H in four color options: Copper, Matte Black, Tempered Blue, and Silver.

Although the US version of Nokia 6 comes unlocked, it will not work on CDMA carriers like Sprint and Verizon, but you won't have issues using it with AT&T, T-Mobil, and any other GSM network operator in the country.

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