HMD Global Announces Hefty Price Cuts for the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 3.1

The best Android One deals out there?

If you are one of those who want their Android phone to have a stock, bloatware-free skin, here’s some good news: HMD Global announced hefty price cuts for the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 3.1 at Php 4,000 and Php 2,000 respectively. The promo price for both phones is valid until April 30.

The new prices for both phones make them a steal: the Nokia 7 Plus is one of the best HMD Global-era Nokia phones we have tested to date. In addition, the Nokia 7 Plus is upgradable with Android Pie, giving you the latest Android version on board.

The Nokia 3.1’s new price makes it one of the most affordable Android One phones out there. Make sure to check out our reviews on both phones below:

Nokia 7 Plus Review: The Pure Android Phone You’ve Been Waiting For

Nokia 3.1 Review: Meeting Android One Expectations?

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  1. 16k? it might be too late Nokia should’ve dropped the prices earlier. Phones with 660 are getting a lot cheaper, Redmi Note 7 with much better camera is expected to be priced at below 10k. The 7.1 plus was 22k before?! Jesas, that’s why stocks remain unsold. The front display is showing it’s age, newer phones are holes and dew drops already. But the sides and back copper strips are gorgeous. Nokia should price it at 10k to 12k to have a chance.

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