HMD Global, the company that owns the right to sell and manufacture Nokia branded handsets has announced a sale on Nokia-branded smartphones in India. As per Nokia’s official website, the sale marks three years of Nokia smartphones with Android. Buyers can get a gift card worth Rs 5,000 on purchase of a handset.
As part of the sale, Nokia will give its buyers gift cards worth up to Rs 5,000 on a total of 12 smartphones. The company will give a Rs 5,000 gift card on purchase of Nokia 7.2 (4GB+64GB) and (6GB+64GB), Nokia 5.1 Plus (6GB+64GB) and Nokia 6.1 Plus (6GB+64GB). Nokia 6.2 (4GB+64GB) will get a gift card worth Rs 4,000. Other than that, a Rs 2,000 gift card can be availed on Nokia 4.2 (3GB+32GB), Nokia 3.2 (3GB+32GB) and (2GB+16GB), Nokia 8.1 (4GB+64GB), Nokia 2.2 (3GB+32GB) and (2GB+16GB) and Nokia 3.1 Plus.
This offer is valid till December 1, 2019 and users have to use the code ‘GIFTCARD’ at the checkout page to avail this offer. These gift cards can be used at the time of next purchase from the official Nokia website within 30 days from the date of issuance of Gift card. These gift cards will be e-mailed within approximately 7 days of delivery of your selected device.
Last week, the company announced on Twitter that it is going to launch a new phone in December this year. The company, however, did not reveal the name of the upcoming device. According to some online reports, it is expected that the firm may launch Nokia 8.2. The speculation is based on the last year’s December 5 event where the company unveiled Nokia 8.1.
Although the company has not revealed anything about the Nokia 8.2, previous reports suggest that the smartphone will come packed with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage. It is rumoured that the handset will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 700-series processor. The phone is expected to feature a bezel-less display and a pop-up camera system on the front. Several leaks suggest that the phone may offer a 64MP primary camera at the back. The phone may include a circular designed rear camera module.