The Nokia 8.1 was launched late last year running on stock Android 9 Pie and is currently selling for Rs 15,990.
Nokia 8.1 4 GB variant was previously selling at Rs 19,999 and now it is priced at Rs 15,999.
Here are five phones from 2018 that are still worth buying and offer excellent value for money at their new asking price.
The list of best phones under Rs 20,000 this month has a quite a few pleasant surprises.
This is the second price cut for Nokia 8.1 as previously the 4 GB RAM variant was priced at Rs 21,999.
Both the 4 GB and 6 GB RAM variants of the Nokia 8.1 have now been priced closer to the Poco F1.
The new Android Q Beta including features like system-wide dark mode and improved gestures.
Android Q' beta will come with dark theme, new iPhone-like gestures, Smart Reply, smart suggestion, more.
The Nokia X71 is expected to be HMD Global's first smartphone with a punch-hole camera.
Here are phones with flagship processors, loads of memory, excellent cameras under Rs 30,000.
Oppo F11 Pro is easily the best looking phone in this segment, and it's packing a great camera.
The Vivo V15 Pro brings with it a tonne of features that you would expect from a Vivo Nex successor.
Nokia 8.1, Nokia 7.1 available for a price as low as Rs 18,889 on e-retail stores.
Looking for a smartphone with a fast processor, loads of memory, excellent camera and a premium design in a budget price? You are at the right place.
The pre-orders of the phone have already begun and the shipments are set to begin on 6 February.
The new variant for Nokia 8.1 might drop by January end or early February in India.
On the camera front, the phone is expected to come with 16 MP dual rear cameras with Zeiss optics.
There can be no front-facing camera seen on the display of this unidentified Nokia phone.
The Android 9.0 Pie on the Nokia 8 was apparently a deliberate delay for successful 8.1 sales.
The Nokia 8.1 despite its incorrect model name, is a true and fitting successor to the Nokia 7 Plus.