HMD Global has announced the Nokia 8.1 Android One smartphone in India.  First launched last week in Dubai, the Nokia 8.1 is the global variant of the Nokia X7 which first debuted in China a while ago, so it shouldn’t be seen as a successor to the Nokia 8 or Nokia 8 Sirocco as they are both not in the same category.

Priced at over $400 in the middle east, the Nokia 8.1 price in Nepal is pegged at NPR. 43,199  with pre-order already in progress on Nokia online and offline stores, and it will go on sale from December 21st.
We are not certain when the Nokia device could launch in other markets, however, a recent report has it that the device will be arriving Europe much later on January 14 at about £379.99 (€399).

One of the USPs of the device is its stylish design which makes one think the Nokia 8.1 is the most alluring Smartphone the Nokia licensee has ever made. The device is encased in a 6 series aluminum-magnesium alloy frame, and a glass back fitted with a 6.3” notch with HDR10 support and  2160 x 1440 resolution display. Unlike the X7, the Nokia 8.1 houses the Snapdragon 710 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM flanked by 64GB of internal storage (expandable by up to 400GB via microSD).
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