Back in October HMD Global introduced a new midrange smartphone with the Nokia 7.1 moniker and Android One label. Although the company unveiled the device in two variants based on the amount of RAM and Storage, only the smaller variant was available in Europe.
The variant with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage is available in the European countries for around €320 (~$362). Now the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage unit will also be sold in Europe, for just additional €10. In a comparison, the same variant of the Nokia 7.1 is sold for $350 in the United States.
The new variant is available for pre-order in the Czech Republic, but it won’t hit the shelves before November 30. This model retains the Dual-SIM capabilities, besides having a larger amount of storage.
With a recently released Android 9 Pie update, Nokia 7.1 is a well affordable smartphone for those who want a solid smartphone experience with the latest resources of an updated Android version.