Taking its first bite of Android Oreo 8.0 is the Nokia 8, and with 8 eating 8.0, HMD Global says it ingests "a truly pure and secure version of Android Oreo, packed with the latest features to make content creation and sharing even more fun".
Vodafone will not only stock the brand new and very cool Nokia 3110 3G candy-bar feature phone, but will also stock the Nokia 8, 6 and 3 Androids nationwide, rolling out over the "coming weeks".
Florian Seiche, HMD’s global chief executive, is in Australia to attend a series of “consumer activations” of the new Nokia 8 in Melbourne, Sydney and then Brisbane over the next three weeks.
Rushing to market to beat rival flagships to market, the Nokia 8 is the first Nokia flagship with ZEISS optics, OZO spatial 360-degree sound, "pure" Android and plenty more, including an $899 price.
According to reputable leaks, Nokia is planning to release the Nokia 8 – its high-end, high specified, dual camera, smartphone to finish the Finnish company’s line-up.
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