Get a free photo/video kit worth $65 when you pre-order the Nokia 7.1 from B&H

Get a free photo/video kit worth $65 when you pre-order the Nokia 7.1 from B&H
Even though no carrier in the United States will offer the Nokia 7.1, the mid-range smartphone will be available in the country through various retailers, such as Amazon, Best Buy and B&H Video. The most recent Nokia-branded phone is available for pre-order in the US for $350 at any of the authorized sellers mentioned above.

According to HMD Global, the Nokia 7.1 should hit the shelves in the US on October 28, so if you plan to pre-order one, you'll have to wait about three weeks to actually receive the phone.

Now, for those of you who are determined to buy the Nokia 7.1 but haven't yet decided from where to pre-order one, we have an interesting deal for you. It appears that all Nokia 7.1 pre-orders at B&H Video will come with a free photo/video kit worth $65.

The photo/video kit includes the following items: Magnus MaxiGrip Flexible Tripod, Xuma Mobile Daylight Balanced LED Light and Xuma Smartphone Mount. On top of that, all customers who pre-order the Nokia 7.1 from B&H Video will get free expedited shipping.

source: B&H Video (1, 2) via AndroidPolice

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7.1
  • Display 5.8" 1080 x 2280 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, Octa-core, 1800 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3060 mAh(19.5h talk time)

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34 Comments

1. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Nice extras from B&H Video for what is sure to be an awesome Nokia branded smartphone. I already preordered mine from Amazon. HMD has really been doing the Nokia name proud, as they have been putting out some exceptional smartphones, especially in the midrange category. Great build quality, stock Android, and great software support are a few ways they’ve been able to steadily build sales and grow market share. Can’t wait until my Nokia 7.1 ships!

4. Nimbus

Posts: 442; Member since: Apr 02, 2018

Nokia 7.1/6.1 plus are only good for now until the year end or new year 1st quater or until nokia next 3rd gen midrangeline only 6.2, 7.2(excluding their X or Plus notchline smartphone)get introduce at 2019 MWC with their SD670,SD710,midrange chips base on new cortex A75-55 rather than old cortex A53-73 which will be offer more marginal improvements than SD630 did over SD625 and SD636 did compare to SD660.Only best midange from nokia was Nokia 7 plus which only lack OIS and waterproof but that was fine for it start with good 3800mah battery compare to tiny 3000mah battery in 6.1,5.1,X5,X6,5,6,7 phone models.

6. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

Most of Nokia's devices are derivatives of each other with very confusing names. I don't think he's in any danger of getting the 7.1 considering there's no guarantee of the other phones releasing in the US.

9. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Most smartphones sharing the same line are derivatives of each other. Examples of this are the iPhone 7/7Plus and iPhone 8/8Plus, the Galaxy S8/8+ and Galaxy 9/9+, and the first generation and second generation Pixels. And I’ll be getting one or two of this’d new Nokia’s, whether launched in the U.S. or not, and the names are about as confusing as Pixel and Pixel 2.

12. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

Most smartphones don't release two or three devices every other month like Nokia does. You can do whatever you want. Just because you want to use a device without the proper bands doesn't mean someone else wants to. Stop trying to speak for everyone and stop trying to find fault with something that I said just because I said it.

15. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Nokia doesn’t release devices at all anymore. That’s the first part of your statement that is erroneous. The second part is that don’t release devices every two or three months. I know I can do what I want, and I do my due diligence when choosing a smartphone to buy, so I know whether it has the bands that I need. Stop lying and saying I’m trying to speak for everyone when it’s clear that I’m only speaking for myself about what I choose to purchase, and stop throwing a tantrum every time someone responds to your comments in an open forum, especially when the hypocrisy in your comments get pointed out.

24. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

I don't care about the technicalities. The point still stands. They have a lot of devices that they have released in the past few months that are derivatives of each other. You claim to be speaking for yourself, yet you always seem to have to interject your worthless opinion into every response just because you disagree with what's been said. Feel free to give your next response a thumbs up from your other accounts.

30. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

You mean “I don’t care about the facts, even though I know that HMD is an entirely different company than Nokia, which isn’t a technicality.”

31. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

The point doesn’t stand, as you started it from a point of fallacy, and continued with your fabrication right on until the end. Samsung, LG, and Huawei are examples of OEM’s that release more smartphones than HMD, and your precious Google has been releasing derivatives ever since the OG Pixel. Funny how you never mention any this. Must be because of that side of hypocrisy that you have with every meal. You always claim to be “speaking your mind”, and yet what you’re really doing is trolling every OEM that I favor, even going as far as to say that you own smartphones that you don’t own, and saying that you are going to buy these smartphones from OEM’s that you have no plans of buying from, all to justify your pitiful trolling. You’ve never used, owned, or plan to own a Nokia smartphone, ever. Feel free to get triggered continuously because people agree with what I’m saying, and know you for the troll that keeps posting BS that you really are.

7. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

I am happily going to use my Nokia 7.1 until then. When those new Nokia branded smartphones drop, I’ll be getting one of those as well, and I’ll be picking up the Nokia 9 when that drops. I have both the Nokia 6 2017 and 2018 editions. Not cancelling my preorder, as I’m very happy with the performance, build quality and software support of my current Nokia branded Android smartphones. All smartphones get upgraded successors, for the most part. No need for me to wait to get a successor when I can get the current one AND the successor.

16. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

So you speak for everyone now?

18. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Point out where I even infer that I’m speaking for everyone, as opposed to just getting triggered because you don’t agree with my comment about MY purchase simply because it’s me that’s saying it. Don’t worry, I’ll wait....

25. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

If you weren't, then you wouldn't have gotten so defensive. It's just a simple yes or no question. Don't get so butthurt over it.

29. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

I’ll take that as a “I can’t point anything out because I know you never even inferred it, sir.” If you weren’t so triggered by my very existence, you wouldn’t have bothered to fabricate such obvious nonsense. Get over the fact that I have you on your 10th account already and move on.

2. jodeci888

Posts: 78; Member since: May 14, 2009

I too pre-ordered mine from Amazon. I just have to get my daughter a case and screen protector, but I haven't seen any online yet.

5. Nimbus

Posts: 442; Member since: Apr 02, 2018

Cancel it wait until 2019 MWC (Nokia 6.2,7.2)3rd gen midrange line will have much better soc Sd670,Sd710 compare to SD636 or sd632.They are the most balance chip between power,efficiency,performance base on new cortex A55-75 over old cortex A53-73.They will be the notchless phone with android pie on board with better upgraded internals and externals than these notch phones.

11. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Those of us that actually preordered the Nokia 7.1 and not just saying so (even when it’s not true) to justify future trolling as has often been done with other smartphones, have preordered because it’s what we want now. It’s available now and within our means to get it, so why not do so? Pretty sure that those of that want a Nokia branded smartphone that’s released in the future will purchase that as well.

21. Nimbus

Posts: 442; Member since: Apr 02, 2018

Only said or commented on it bcoz jodeci888 was planning to get for his daugther at one time one good purchase phone so I suggested a good time purchasing a good phone for her daugther otherwise i don't mind if him or her daugther have the want(demand) to buy this phone now.

22. Nimbus

Posts: 442; Member since: Apr 02, 2018

Edit-to buy this phone over better near future releases nokia phone in 2019 MWC but it was their choice,their money so they are free to choose what they want just was suggesting a better value phone at a better value time for the same price HMD will charge in forseeable future for their updated midrange phones inevitably.

23. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

It’s cool. Everyone has a right to their opinions, I’m just expressing mine. Everyone has a right to comment and respond to comments as they see fit, as long as they are respectful, unlike one person here in particular that gets triggered every time I make a comment or respond to someone. Not you, you’re cool. Since it’s in my means to do so, I prefer to purchase this phone now and a new one later when HMD releases one, provided I feel it’s a viable upgrade. Not speaking for him, but I suspect that he’s buying one due current availability and that it suits him.

13. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

You can't make a comment without some people questioning every little thing. Some people just want "proper" support in the US and not just whatever crap is sold on Amazon without a warranty. Those people will take a crumb even if it means getting a subpar experience. Some of us just want a stock Android device that is guaranteed to get updated, stock Android devices like the awesome Essential phone that doesn't break the bank.

17. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

First of all, this is an open forum. If you are going to throw a tantrum every time someone responds to your comment, then perhaps you should rethink making comments on open forums on the internet. Second, he responded to my comment up above, so why is it a problem if I respond to his comment here? Or is that you’re finding fault with what I said because it’s me that said it, like you usually do? Third, what does “Some people just want "proper" support in the US and not just whatever crap is sold on Amazon without a warranty.” have to do with the fact that we are talking about a the Nokia 7.1, which is sold with “proper” support for U.S. bands and a U.S. warranty? Do you really have to bash everything you don’t agree with, even when you’re wrong? Fourth, smartphones sold without a U.S. warranty on Amazon usually come with the option to add a warranty in at an additional cost. Fifth: How would you know if the experience is “subpar” when you don’t purchase smartphones without a U.S. warranty? Or are you just posting conjecture again? Those of us that purchase international smartphones usually do our due diligence (like me) to make sure that the bands we need are supported, like I did with my Special Edition Black KEYᵒⁿᵉ that’s from the Indian market, but has the bands for T-Mobile that I need. If you actually did the research you’d know things like this, as opposed to posting conjecture all of that time. Btw, Nokia branded smartphones by HMD are guaranteed to get updated, whether international or made for the North American market, and come with stock Android and are awesome. HMD will also be around for the foreseeable future producing new smartphones. Will Essential? I doubt it, lol.

26. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

1. I never said it wasn't an open forum. You are the one who continues to throw a hissy fit every time someone posts something you dislike. The open forum thing isn't a one way street for you to play at your discretion. 2. That's what you do on a daily basis. And don't think I haven't forgotten about you taking potshots at the Pixel phones in those previous Nokia articles. Just because I don't respond right away doesn't exempt you from another verbal beat down. 3. You have mentioned multiple times before that Amazon carries several Nokia phones on their site. What you fail to understand is that the US band support is limited compared to the 7.1 that Nokia is FINALLY releasing in the US. That means it can take advantage of all the bands from AT&T and T-Mobile and not just a few. Some of us would prefer having coverage and being able to use LTE. 4. I shouldn't have to pay extra for the traditional manufacturers warranty. 5. You just answered your own question. Band support. Seriously, I think you calling yourself a genius is a very false narrative. The Android One Nokia phones are guaranteed to get updated. Unless you are a fortune teller, then you don't know sh** about who's going to be around and who won't be.

32. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

1. You continued to get triggered by every comment that I make, regardless of whether it’s directed at you or not, all because you don’t like what I have to say. You cry and complain like a little btch all because I respond to someone in an open forum where everyone is allowed to respond to whomever they want. The open forum isn’t a one way thing, so stop complaining when I exercise my right to comment how I please. 2. You’re lying and projecting at the same time. And I don’t care what you have and have not forgotten. There isn’t anything you can do about it. But feel free to come at me so I can keep destroying you in these comments sections like I have since your mxyzptlk account, 10 accounts ago. 3. You have to realize I don’t care want bands are supported for anyone else’s needs but the ones I need, as I’m sure everyone else here feels the same way. You also fail to do the research, or you would know that there are international phones released on Amazon that do support all U.S. bands. Some of us actually do the research, so we know which phones we buy from Amazon have LTE, as opposed to just wanting to rant and rave about every little thing that doesn’t go the way we feel it should go. If you can’t afford the warranty, then buy something else. It’s that simple. 5. I just proved you wrong yet again, you mean. Seriously, I think you shouldn’t have caved into me decimating you in your mxyzptlk account, as you’re dumbfounded as he is. Yes, I know Android One phones are guaranteed support. That’s the point. Duh. And yeah, I know for a fact that HMD will be around for the foreseeable future, while Essential will be relegated to the practically forgotten failures of history. Deal with it.

8. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

I decided to go on ahead and preorder one for myself. It's about time Nokia releases something for the US market. It's laughable that they have only released a few derivative devices here and there while the rest of the world gets multiple choices.

10. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Most smartphones sharing the same line are derivatives of each other. Examples of this are the iPhone 7/7Plus and iPhone 8/8Plus, the Galaxy S8/8+ and Galaxy 9/9+, and the first generation and second generation Pixels. HMD’s strongest markets are outside of the U.S., so it only makes smart business sense that they focus on those markets primarily. This strategy had earned them a seat at the top 10 global smartphone manufacturers. They have proven (like Huawei has and the Nokia of old has) that having a huge prescience in the U.S market isn’t needed to be successful. No business is going to put their primary focus in markets they are not strongest in, and it’s laughable to believe otherwise.

14. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

You are so wrong. Name me one OEM that releases as many devices as Nokia does within a year or so. No real business is going to ignore a market where people have become more conscience about affordable, yet quality smartphones that don't break the bank. That's why Motorola still has a "prescience" in the US.

19. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

No, I’m not wrong. You are clearly unaware of how many smartphones that Samsung, LG, Huawei and Xiaomi release. No real business is going to focus as hard on markets where they aren’t as strong as opposed to ones that they are strongest in. Their continued growth in sales and market share are a testament to that smart business strategy. Top 10 global smartphone OEM. Top 5 smartphone OEM in multiple European countries. All without a huge presence in the U.S. This is something that HMD is smart enough to know, and it’s why they are in the “smart”-phone business, and you’re on the sidelines playing armchair CEO.

27. Venom

Posts: 3276; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

Companies like One+ says otherwise. Just because you don't see a reason to doesn't mean others don't. There you go again trying to speak for everyone with your opiniated comments.

33. meanestgenius

Posts: 21611; Member since: May 28, 2014

Companies like HMD have proven the point, regardless of what OnePlus “says”. Just because you don’t agree with a proven business model, doesn’t mean others others don’t. There you go being a hypocrite and trying to false your views onto everyone else.

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