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Nokia 6.1 4GB/64GB $185.25 (Free Delivery Metro / + $33.99 Delivery Regional) Grey Import @ TobyDeals HK

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Nokia 6 (2018) TA-1043 with Android One

  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 630, octa-core, 2.2 GHz
  • 64Gb, 4GB RAM, microSD
  • 5.5” IPS LCD, full-HD display, 1920x1080
  • 16MP Rear Camera
  • 8MP Front camera
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • Bluetooth® 5.0
  • Two microphones with Nokia OZO Audio
  • 3000 mAh
  • Band 28 + NFC

Available in blue/gold only.

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Comments

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    no 802.11 ac :(

  • +5 votes

    I bought one of these for my wife from this store. It's a great phone for the price.

  • +2 votes

    Good value for money, but don't expect any warranty support from Nokia Australia. Not that you lose much as my experience with Nokia Australia has been very poor anyhow. So your warranty will be a slow and possibly painful process with tobydealsau (source whirlpool.net.au)

    • +2 votes

      The cost of return shipping would be a killer for wty service for one.. things are cheap in the grey market but we need to understand that warranty is nil.

  • +2 votes

    good phone for under $200 but if you want a bit more bang spend a little more and get a Xiaomi A2 or A3.

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    Dual SIM?

  • +2 votes

    This is the cheapest device with APTx and LDAC that I know of.

  • +4 votes

    Great price for a very hardy phone. It runs stock Android, gets prompt security updates, and VoLTE works out of the box (on Vodafone at least). And it has a headphone jack.

  • +1 vote

    Have owned this in the past it's a great solid phone but has a terrible camera, it always seems to be blurry even in full light.

    As mentioned above though it gets frequent updates and runs stock Android which is a plus.

    For someone looking at getting this I'd go something else more upto date in terms of features eg; screen ratio, better (more) cameras, etc

    Edit: Battery life is great also.

    • +1 vote

      Great phone for this price, just install a better camera App and you'll be happy with photos.

      Not many people mentioning the fact that this phone is not narrow, suits people with medium to large hands better.

      • +1 vote

        Agree, is the gcam app still the one to get ?
        It does feel chunky after using other devices

        • +1 vote

          I find both Open Camera and gcam both give you better less blurry pictures, just personal preference what features you want. Just get both and test them out when you have time.

          Yeah, this is one of the last 16:9 ratio screens in the mid-range, even entry/mid-range lineup ( was a +-AU$350 at release locally for the 3GB/32GB version ), but because it's a 5.5" screen you feel the width more than say a 5.2" screen such as a HTC 10 or Moto G5+ etc, they are both narrower and feel better in hand.

          It's a really solid well made metal phone with some weight to it which I really like and has decent screen with all the main features you want/need in this price range. Love the Android One.

  • +2 votes

    Quite good for the price, I bought it for $250 a year ago. Just be warned the fingerprint sensor craps out after a month and the camera is shit. Otherwise its very solid.

    • +1 vote

      Had mine for about 6 months. Fingerprint scanner still working. Love the phone.

      Not trying to rub your face in it. Just giving another review.

      • +5 votes

        Yeah mine lasted more like six months before the fingerprint sensor carked it. Sometimes it would start working again for a bit after I dropped it, like cartoon characters getting/losing amnesia from knocks to the head.

        After yet another drop I smashed the screen, and went and bought a Pixel 2 second hand for ~$250. The P2 feels about 5x faster, Android 10 right away (still hasn't arrived on the N6.1?), and of course the great camera. Not really a recommendation against the N6.1, just sharing my experience.

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    Are the phones from this website brand new? Or refurbrished?

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    How many more years will they push updates to it on Android one?

    Good to get as a spare phone

  • +1 vote

    Hi,

    Is it coming from Australian stocks? I think they are Hong Kong based company. Anyone bought phones from this company?

    Is it possible to claim GST if this item is taken overseas? (I.e. Does the receipts include Tax amount? )

    Thanks

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      Just did a quick trail test add to cart to see if they charge GST and the Don't, so no tax back.

      Will be O.S. grey stock, but solid phone with no known real hardware faults.

      I'm glad I did a trail purchase as I need to always add $38 freight as I'm semi-regional, but now Free Delivery, hooray for my next phone purchase as these guys are one of the lowest prices ( if you get free delivery ).

  • +1 vote

    I got this one a couple of months back, pretty nice phone. No real complaints apart from the camera.

    • +1 vote

      Get other camera App and you'll be much happier. Google Gcam port, but make sure you get the right one for your model. No need to root. Or get Open Camera, easy.

  • +1 vote

    Decent phone, terrible camera (even when you use different software). If the camera doesn't matter too much, it's a good deal at this price. Nokia have even been pushing out security updates more quickly in recent months.

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    Waiting for non-grey deal for this…..

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    $105 now.

    • +1 vote

      You mean $195?

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        Oops, bad typo there.

        • +1 vote

          I would have bought a few spares at that price.

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            @lomie: Haha, me at least one spare.

            Just picked up a Samsung A20 ( Vodafone Prepaid ) from Target for C & C from that $149 deal and really like it. Although I like the Nokia 6.1, I never felt comfortable with the width as opposed to the length, mainly because of screen ratio and not having hardware soft keys below the screen and having a 5.5" screen with some side bezels ( I should have ponied up more $ and got the 7 Plus as that's what I really wanted but missed out on many good deals ).

            The A20 feels and looks great with the 6.4" 19.5:9 Aspect ratio and smooth rounded edges all round which makes it feel thinner, lighter. It looks and feels more modern, and so far the cameras are better too. Although no Android One here with most likely medium software support for one year or so, it's nice to have a good look at Samsungs One Ui to see what all the rave is about for the Galaxy S and Note series.

            I paid $318 odd for the Nokia one year ago and was then using a much liked Moto G5 Plus so never ended swapping to the Nokia permanently lol. Now it feels like I have skipped over it with this A20 for $149 with 2yrs local Samsung warranty.

            I am looking forward to getting the Android 10 update for the 6.1, that will be fun to test out, not sure if the A20 will ever see that. One thing I have learnt though is there is more to a phone than a new version of Android, with some new features we don't need or like.

            • +1 vote

              @ozhunter68: My only complaint with the 6.1 is the camera. Will try Open Camera and see how that goes.

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                @lomie: Don't get me wrong, it's a solid well built phone all round.

                I was used to my Moto G5 Plus which also has clean Android and except for slightly smaller screen ( most of the time same size as I really liked using the active home button below screen instead of on screen soft keys ), but faster in every way ( even over wifi to update Apps & OS ) and better hand feel being thinner, lighter and with rounded corners.

                Maybe I'm a bit fussy lol.