As promised, the Nokia 6 smartphone is up for pre-order from Amazon for $230. But it turns out there’s also a cheaper option.

Amazon has added the Nokia 6 to its Prime Exclusive line of smartphones, allowing you to save up to $80 by purchasing a phone with ads on the lock screen.

That brings the price of a Nokia 6 smartphone to just $180 if you don’t mind the ads. The phone is up for pre-order now and it should ship starting July 10th. And it’s just one of five new Prime Exclusive phones.

The Nokia 6 has a 5.5 inch full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a microSD card slot, stereo speakers, a 3,000 mAh battery, NFC, and a fingerprint sensor… all of which are pretty decent specs for a phone in this price range.

There are a few down sides. The phone lacks 802.11ac WiFi support. It has a micro USB port instead of a Type-C port. And the processor is part of Qualcomm’s mid-range lineup, so you won’t get the same kind of performance you’d expect from a 600 or 800 series chip.

Other new phones in the Prime Exclusive lineup include:

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2 replies on “Nokia 6 is available for $180 (for Amazon Prime members… plus more Prime exclusive phones)”

  1. I thought the 400 series was the low end with the 600 series being the middle and 800 series at the top.

    1. 200 is the low end. 400 and 600 are mid-range, to varying degrees. It’s tricky because we tend to thin of low, mid, and high… but Qualcomm has 4 different levels. 🙂

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