Nokia 7.1 picks up official Verizon support, BYOD program lets you save $250

Looking at the official list of Nokia smartphones available in the US today, you’d be forgiven for forgetting the brand was pretty much dead and buried just three years ago. There are now no less than 11 Android handsets sold under the Nokia name stateside, either unlocked or through major carriers including Verizon and AT&T, ranging from the entry-level 2V to the high-end 9 PureView.

But perhaps the most interesting of the bunch is the mid-range Nokia 7.1, which typically costs $350 in a version compatible with GSM networks at retailers like Best Buy and Amazon. Starting …

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