+ Saturday November 16th, 2019

HMD Global have announced that their entire range of smartphone and feature phones are 20% off the retail pricing at JB Hi-Fi tomorrow (Wednesday 28th March) until this Sunday, March 31st.

Nokia have become a firm favourite within the Ausdroid office and with readers, mostly due to the Android One and Android Go as their software. When HMD announced this discount we thought it was too good to miss.

The devices on sale at JB Hi-Fi include:

Nokia DeviceColours AvailableSale PriceUsual RRP
Nokia 8.1Blue/Silver & Steel/Copper$559.20$699
Nokia 7.1Steel & Midnight Blue$399.20$499
Nokia 6.1White/Iron & Black/Copper$319.20$399
Nokia 5.1 PlusWhite & Black$239.20$299
Nokia 3.1White/Iron$199.20$249
Nokia 2.1Blue/Copper$159.20$199

But it’s not only Nokia’s smartphones that are on sale — a couple of feature phones from HMD Global are also on sale including:

DevicesColours AvailableSale PriceUsual RRP
Nokia 8110 4GYellow & Black$103.20$129
Nokia 3310Charcoal$71.20$89

As stated, the sale begins tomorrow both online or through your local JB Hi-Fi stores until this Sunday, 31st March 2019 unless sold out earlier. If you’re in the market for a new phone then it might be worth a look at the Nokia range.

Alex Dennis   Associate


By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.

Other various interests Alex has include, Accessible transport for people with disabilities along with LGBTIQ and Health related fields and interests for again for people with disabilities.

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Jeni Skunk
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Bleah. The sale I’d been hoping for, turns up a month after I had to buy my 6.1 🙁

Peter L
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I might be mistaken but I think JB has the wrong image for Nokia 8.1 posted on their website.

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