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Reddit reviews on Nokia 6.1 (2018) - Android 9.0 Pie - 32 GB - Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/H2O) - 5.5" Screen - Black - U.S. Warranty

Sentiment score: 6
Reddit mentions: 21

We found 21 Reddit mentions of Nokia 6.1 (2018) - Android 9.0 Pie - 32 GB - Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/H2O) - 5.5" Screen - Black - U.S. Warranty. Here are the top ones.

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Found 21 comments on Nokia 6.1 (2018) - Android 9.0 Pie - 32 GB - Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/H2O) - 5.5" Screen - Black - U.S. Warranty:

u/Heaney555 · 12 pointsr/GooglePixel

\>buying a 2 year old refurbished phone from a 3rd party seller

\>being surprised it had a hardware failure


You should either have gotten a Pixel 2 for them, of if they can't afford that, a brand new Android One phone.

(Android One phones run Pure Android and recieve a minimum of 2 years of OS and 3 years of security updates)

For example, a Nokia 6.1: https://www.amazon.com/Nokia-6-1-Unlocked-Smartphone-T-Mobile/dp/B07B4KPFKM/

Used/second-hand is great for cars and houses. Not for phones.

u/forever_zen · 4 pointsr/Nokia

The 6.1 can currently be pre-ordered from Amazon or B&H Photo. I suspect that there will be more retailers when it does officially launch, and that the price for the 3/32GB version will go down after the 4/64GB version is available.

u/mcxa1mcan · 4 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I'm actually looking to upgrade from the same phone and I've been really looking at the Nokia 6.1 (2018). You can get it on Amazon for less than $300 ($269).

It should have a decent camera and battery life and it has the network bands to work on AT&T and T-Mobile. The Xiaomi A1 that you were considering does not have all of the network bands required to work well on AT&T. Because it also comes with Android One, which is pretty much stock Android, she will also have the same software experience from the Nexus 5X with timely updates. The fingerprint sensor is located on the back which should be familiar to her as well.

The only con that I can think of is that it's slightly bigger than the 5X. I believe the Nexus has a 5" screen wheareas the Nokia has a 5.5" screen on it. With that said the body itself is not that much different in terms of size. They just fit a larger screen in roughly the same body size.

Let me know if she goes ahead and gets it how she likes it. I'm torn between getting this now and waiting for the OPO 6 so I probably won't buy this immediately and would like to hear from someone who has the Nokia.

Edit: I should also say that the Moto X4 from Google's Project Fi is also another good option. Timely updates, decent camera and battery life. You can get it directly from the Project Fi website for $250 if you activate it on their service. You can immediately cancel that service after activation and then bring it over to AT&T with your own sim card and a prepaid/off-contract service. If you do go for the Moto X4 make sure you get it from Google so that it's the Android One version which will be directly updated by them.

The screen on this one is smaller at 5.2" which may be a better fit depending on how much that matters to her.

u/scrubling · 4 pointsr/Android

Is this the correct version?

Nokia 6.1 (2018) - 32 GB - Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile) - 5.5" Screen - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B4KPFKM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ES26Ab4NGYRSY

u/iFonePhag · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I dunno about the HD Bluetooth in these phones. But here's a list of new options.

Nokia 6.1 (2018) - 32 GB - Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile) - 5.5" Screen - Black

Moto G5S Plus. 5.5" 1080, Snapdragon 625 2.0 GHz Octa, 32 GB/ 3GB, Dual 13 MP, 3000 mAh.

HTC U Ultra (FACTORY UNLOCKED) 5.7" QHD 64GB - White

Here's a list of my used recommendations.










If it was me I'd look at the Moto Z2 Force for TMobile on Swappa. I think it's got the best specs of all of them for the price.

u/JackSpoons · 2 pointsr/mintmobile

Nokia 6.1 is another option, slightly more expensive. Users reported that it does have wifi calling on Mint, even though not officially listed as having it.

u/LiterallyUnlimited · 2 pointsr/ting

Since I wrote that response, they launched US-centric versions that work great on GSM.

u/zen696 · 2 pointsr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Thanks! I'll have to take a look at Nokia too. I wasn't even looking at them since I don't want Windows, but now that they have switched to android, I should take a look.
Nokia 6.1 seems to be around $220 on Amazon.

Out of Moto G6 and Nokia 6.1, which one do you think is better?

u/mrpickem1 · 1 pointr/NoContract

Nokia 6.1 (2018) - Android One (Oreo) - 32 GB - Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/H2O) - 5.5" Screen - Black - U.S. Warranty


u/futurebb · 1 pointr/Android

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s is the better of the two phones (alibet it doesn't come with a headphone jack) though it is way more expensive then the nokia 6.1 and way harder to obtain in the US. You can buy the nokia 6.1 which comes with warranty off amazon for $270 though in order to get the Xiaomi mi mix 2s you can order it via a reseller like gearbest for $550 or banggood for $570 visit r/xiaomi to find out more places to buy, though for that price you can try to buy something like the sony xperia xz1, or galaxy s8, honor view 10, essential phone or oneplus 6, which are easier to get and will come with a warrenty as well. If you want something at the same price range as the nokia 6.1 take a look at sony xperia xa2, and huawei mate se

u/o0Milky0o · 1 pointr/PickMeAPhone

Nokia 6.1(2018) [Amazon Link :](Nokia 6.1 (2018) - 32 GB - Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile) - 5.5" Screen - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B4KPFKM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Jh88AbY9NBHXE)

Just recently released on Amazon, it's a little too pricey with $270 but just might be worth it because it's a Android One Phone, pretty sure it'll work on Cricket. Imo it's beautiful, the build quality is awesome too ,but mainly I just want Nokia to make a comeback.

u/PeriKardium · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I am sort of phasing out the LeEco for that reason - I think if something does go wrong well poop for me.

Are you sure about the Nokia? I looked on amazon and both the unlocked 6 and 6.1 were listed as AT/T and T mobile (Ultra uses T Mobile)



Even still, the Honor 7x is something I am considering. It doesn't have Android One, but that doesn't mean I am stuck on a previous android right? As a previous commenter said, its just up to the Honor team to release an update for the phone that has Android 8. If I consider the Nokia 6.1, is Honor 7x still gonna win the ring in your opinion?

Thanks for your help btw :)

u/Hnrefugee · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Nokia 6.1 (2018) - Android One (Oreo) - 32 GB - Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone (AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/H2O) - 5.5" Screen - Black - U.S. Warranty https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B4KPFKM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_-he4BbAD0VB1M

u/and_youf · 1 pointr/Sprint

Ah I see like Samsung Experience UI. Very interesting so there is a native Android interface without a wrapper. I was about to look up main reasons for the One Edition price difference and I'm sure that is it. So the version I got will have Motorola's skin I guess. Yes Pie is exciting. I know Microsoft launcher is doing the gestures but I'm not interested in aftermarket launcher.

One button looks like it will be good to use and from the photos it looks like X4 still has the navigation buttons on screen taking up space? Can they be turned on and off? This user did a good job comparing and showing the two. I know that is more the normal size now but just too big to me and many sources no say the build quality does not compare. Only thing I'd like is wireless charging. This is Android One if it worked with Sprint I'd get it in a second.

Looking forward to that "sterling blue" color which I guess the One all came in. Getting hopes up which means I'm guaranteeing myself activation problems.

u/Lightsout565 · 1 pointr/Android

Amazon is sold out as well unfortunately. If you're looking online to buy one, the USA model is the Nokia 6.1 TA-1045