Nokia 7 sells out immediately during first flash sale

HMD Global introduced the Nokia 7 last week, and the first market to get it was China. The Nokia 7 for the first time went on sale today in China, and no surprises here, went out of stock immediately. However, it is not known how many units of Nokia 7 were up for grabs during the sale.

Prior to the sale, the Nokia 7 racked up a total of 150,000, indicating a strong demand. Online retailer JD said that the Nokia 7 shipping will kick off starting October 31.

As a reminder, the Nokia 7 boasts premium design and packs specs such as 5.2-inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 630 processor, 4GB/6GB RAM, 16MP/5MP rear and front camera with Boathie experience, 3000mAh battery and fingerprint scanner. It runs Android Nougat out of the box. 

In related news, HMD has sent out invites for October 31 event in India, where the company is expected to launch Nokia 7 (or Nokia 2). 

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