The Nokia 7 is currently exclusive to China, with fans in Europe and other regions still waiting.
Tired of the whole thing, a Romanian retailer Quickmobile decided to step in and offer the device unofficially for the equivalent of €324. The 4 GB version will be available for dispatch on January 10, and it comes with free delivery and 24-month warranty for individual clients.
The Nokia 7 was announced back in October with a Snapdragon 630 chipset that comes with a 2.2 GHz octa-core CPU. The internal storage is 64 GB, with a microSD slot for 256 GB more.
The display of the phone…