With competing flagship smartphones selling at prices anywhere from over $1000 to over $2000 in Australia, Nokia says its new 8.1 model for $699 "punches above its weight".
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark says it will continue as an exclusive Nokia carrier in its partnership with HMD Global, the home of Nokia.
Arriving on 17 October, Nokia's new 7.1 is "the first" with a 5.8-inch PureDisplay promising a next-level viewing experience with HDR, high contrast ratio, greater clarity and enhanced colours – and the screen is notched.
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