- HMD Global increases the pricing of its devices.
- The decision is due to the increase of GST in India.
- It has updated the pricing on all the platforms.
After other popular brands, now Nokia has increased the pricing of its smartphones in India and the brand is forced to increase the price in India due to the increase of GST by the government of the country. The company will increase its pricing on all types of smartphones i.e. budget to flagships, and the new pricing will be reflected on all the platforms where it sells the devices.
The company will now sell Nokia 2.3 at ₹7,585 in India, while the Nokia 110, which is a feature phone will now cost ₹1,684. Similarly, the Nokia 6.2 will now available for ₹13,168, the Nokia 7.2 now costs ₹16,330.
Other devices such as Nokia 105, Nokia 2.2, Nokia 4.2, and Nokia 3.2 will available for ₹1,053, ₹6,320, ₹10,008, and ₹8,428, respectively. The Nokia 9 PureView is now priced at ₹52,677 and the same is an increase of ₹2,678 in India.
Having said that, we just listed the popular devices of the company. You guys can able to check the complete list of devices of its portfolio by heading to the official website and the company has increased the pricing of each and every phone.
We can’t blame the brands for the price hike as they are helpless because the government hasn’t supported and increased the GST very sharply, this definitely going to affect the industry in India.
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