The registrations for the Nokia 6 budget smartphone has seen tremendous attention in China just few days after the tech giant officially unveiled the device in the Asian country. Just yesterday, it was reported that the Nokia 6 reservations have surpass 230,000 persons in just 24 hours after it opened for reservations in Jingdong (JD.com). Right now, that figure has reportedly nearly doubled as the device is said to have amassed over 420,000 registrations thus far. And it is just two days since reservation opened!
As earlier reported, there are two categories in the registration. There is a zero yuan reservation and another one which required those making reservations to pay a 66 yuan price with a membership benefit attached. The free reservation package has so far seen 411,470 persons indicating interest in that package., up from 229,000 a day ago. The 66 yuan category has also risen to 9,211 persons but it is no longer available any more. Only the zero yuan registration is still open on Jingdong.
Of course, this total figure is expected to rise further in the next few days and bear in mind that the device will go on sale starting from January 19. So, there is still four clear days left for those who are still interested in participating in the reservations for its first flash sale.
It is no surprise, though, that a lot of persons are still interested in laying their hands on a Nokia smartphone once again despite the not-so-fantastic. If not for anything, the durability and ruggedness of the sleek smartphone makes it worth having.