Nokia 8 Sirocco flagship will be landing in Australia next month

Nokia has officially given Australia the launch dates and prices of its latest range of phones announced at MWC this year including its refurbished flagship, Nokia 8 Sirocco. [19659002] Although the Nokia 8 was released at the end of 2017, the new edition of & # 39; Sirocco & # 39; makes some important changes to the flagship of HMD Global. A 95% glass body with stainless steel chassis, revised camera, wireless charging and a larger and better OLED screen make the Sirocco reach zero.

Hoping to offer fans a more premium offer than their Nokia 8 presented, Nokia 8 Sirocco will be available in Australia from Tuesday, May 17 and will cost $ 1,199.

But wait …

The 2018 iteration of the Nokia 6 is a rugged and sleek phone with 5.5-inch Full HD display (1.080 x 1.920), battery Fast charging and an impressive camera with Carl Zeiss lens. The new Nokia 6 will be launched on Friday May 4 for $ 399.

Joining the Nokia 6 for the launch on Friday will be the ultra-budget Nokia 1 ($ 149) which, as its name can suggest, it slips under the price of Nokia 2 to complete the company's budget range.

If you are looking for the new midrange Nokia 7 Plus phablet, you will have to wait until Tuesday, May 17, which is launched next to the Sirocco. For $ 649, you'll get a decently agile performer with an elegant style and a 6-inch Full HD + screen.

Nokia 7 Plus

A new wave of Android

The new Nokia 6, the Nokia 7 Plus, and the Nokia 8 Sirocco will run a standard version of the latest Android Oreo operating system and, thanks to its inclusion in the Android One program, will make sure to receive the latest updates from Google as they are published.

Meanwhile, the Nokia 1 will come with a similar privilege, but at the other end of the spectrum, as it is one of the first phones with Android Go (Oreo Edition), an operating system designed specifically for phones that work with 1GB of RAM or less. .

Ideally, the adoption of these stable Android systems with regular support should help to trim the fat on the latest Nokia phones and give them an advantage in terms of agile performance and software longevity.

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