Nokia 6 soon to be available outside of China in white (Update: not really)


UPDATE: HMD Global just reached out to us to deny the existence of a white Nokia 6. Moreover, HMD Global reiterated that the Nokia 6 is not being sold officially outside of China. The seller on Lazada is a third party not authorized by HMD Global. 

The Nokia 6 is incredibly popular in China if we are to take into consideration the fact that more than 1.4 million customers shown their interest in buying the phone. The phone sold out in under one minute during the first flash sale, and that's expected to happen again on February 26 when the second flash sale is scheduled.

Unfortunately, there's no way to tell how many Nokia 6 units were sold until now since HMD Global won't release any numbers just yet. Still, the good news is the smartphone is likely to go on sale outside China very soon.

Apparently, a major retailer in the Philippines will be selling the Nokia 6 starting February 26. Moreover, Lazada Philippines managed to secure stock of white Nokia 6 units, something that we haven't seen at the official launch of the smartphone earlier this month.

Those of you who absolutely must have this phone will have to make some compromises though, as Lazada won't sell it cheap. Although Chinese retailer JD.com is offering the Nokia 6 for $245, the handset costs no less than $370 in the Philippines.

On the bright side, you'll be getting the white version of the phone (the only option), and free shipping. For the time being, the Nokia 6 appears to be out of stock, but the retailer claims it will start selling it tomorrow, so there's that.

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