Nokia 4.2 gets a huge price cut in India
The Nokia 4.2 was released earlier this year in India for INR 10,990 (approximately $154 or €137). Subsequently it got a price cut down to INR 9,499 ($133 or €118), which made the already affordable phone even more so.
Now though it's received a new price cut, and this one is huge. The Nokia 4.2 went from INR 9,499 to INR 6,975 ($97 or €87) over at Amazon, and we expect the price change to be reflected on both Flipkart and Nokia's online store in the subcontinent too.
So now the Nokia 4.2 is around 36% cheaper than its introductory price, which makes it a much more appealing purchase, even if it is a few months old already. The handset comes with a 5.71-inch 720x1520 19:9 LCD touchscreen, the Snapdragon 439 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, a 13 MP main rear camera paired with a 2 MP depth sensor, an 8 MP selfie snapper, and a 3,000 mAh battery. It runs Android 9 Pie and is part of the Android One program.
First of all, I wasn't talking to you. I also was talking about *build* quality, the 8 is extremely rigid. Just because your experience with the 8 was bad, does not mean that it'll be the same for everyone else.
- 04 Jan 2020
Please don't tell me about quality and HMD-Nokia. I had Nokia 8 and this is the worts phone last 4 years in my life. I'm really happy that it died forever and the seller refund my money. Until HMD is making phones with Nokia name, I will never buy...
- 03 Jan 2020
Android One has more value than people realize, compared with stock Android. Your typical Chinese skin will eat processing power, sending all your data to Beijing. Or Washington if you use Apple.
- 01 Jan 2020