The Nokia X did not have 1 million pre-orders in China

15 March, 2014 | Comments (55) | Post your comment

Tags: Nokia, Android

It looks like the news that the Nokia X achieved 1 million pre-orders in China is false.

RetailerJD.com set up a contest where participants could hit a “pre-order” button for a chance to win a Nokia X. The pre-orders didn't require you to register with the site or put any money down, which is not the norm for China.



This doesn't mean that the sales for the Nokia X will have difficulty reaching this number. The handset will be retailing for $100 unlocked, which is really cheap for a smartphone. Also given the fact that the X is Nokia's first Android smartphone, expect it to sell fairly well.

It doesn't change the fact that the numbers were fudged, or, at best, were misleading.

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The Nokia X did not have 1 million pre-orders in China - reader comments

  • TITO

the phone is too bad no battery backup,no regional language support ,no speed

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  • 2014-03-19 05:48
  • vwX9
  • Fred

I tried with JD.com, it does require register with the site before preorder Nokia-X

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  • 2014-03-18 10:38
  • 98Ac
  • Anonymous

Finally nokia Make Adroid Phone big company made Own OS

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  • 2014-03-17 12:30
  • wucW