Nokia 8 Hands on review

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The comeback of Nokia is perhaps the most interesting story in phones of 2017, and now its first range of devices seems to be complete, with the introduction of the brand new Nokia 8.

Earlier in the year HMD Global revealed it would be announcing new cheap phone repair using the Nokia branding, and we’ve already seen the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and theNokia 6, which are all middling to good mid-range devices.

There was also the PR win of the new Nokia 3310, which got people sitting up and taking notice, and now, finally, here’s the flagship device from the company that we’ve all been waiting for.

Nokia 8 price and release date

The exact release date for the Nokia 8 is currently unclear, but we’ve been given a launch window of September this year for most markets around the globe. We know for certain it’ll be coming to the UK and Australia, but there's no clear word about the US yet.

We also know the price is set at €599/AU$899, which works out to be around £550 or $700. That price would put it below the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8, but still very much in high-end territory.

So far we don’t know what networks and carriers will be stocking the phone around the world, but we hope to see some deals information coming soon.

With the Nokia 8 being the brand’s first flagship for a few years, a big emphasis is being put on its camera, which was a highlight feature of the last Windows Phone Nokia devices from 2014.

The Nokia 8 features a dual-sensor rear shooter that can capture ‘bokeh’ images with an attractive background blur, and uses a RGB and monochrome sensor in tandem for better low light photography.

The camera has been made in partnership with Zeiss too, although it’s not entirely clear what input the German lens specialists have had.

There are lots of extra features squeezed in here in an attempt to make this one of the best cracked screen repair cameras on the market.

You may have heard of the new ‘Bothie’ mode, which uses both the front-facing and rear-facing cameras at the same time, so you can capture what’s behind your phone – probably yourself – as well as what’s in front.


On top of that there’s also Nokia’s OZO 3D audio capture tech, which should allow for more immersive video when you’re recording.

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