Pretty ambitious pricing by Nokia.
As much as I would like to root for them, I doubt this phone will set any sales chart on fire.
37k is just too steep a price when the OnePlus 5 with a better screen and larger battery is to be had for 33k.
OIS is the only thing Nokia has over the OP5 but, I doubt anybody is going to notice.
loyallity, 26 Sep 2017hashtag "NobodyWillBuyIt"...Are you being serious!!
loyallity, 26 Sep 2017hashtag "NobodyWillBuyIt"...As you can see the Nokia 8 is priced at Â€600.
This is $717 which I know is extremely high
That it comes in at $565 this is $152 less or just under 20% less
This is more in line as what I envisaged it to be, i.e not a premium priced phone
So why are you both wrong and 200% NOT right... Well because both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Nokia 8 are Octo core using snapdragon 835 chip
Both Nokia 8 & S8 have posted similar high impressive benchmarks.
I don't know the exact price of the S8 but it is Â€610 or $160 more
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017Not true, you can get Nokia 8 at RM 2299 or Rp 36000 in Malaysia. In which part of my comment did I say that you can't get this device cheaper anywhere else in the world ????
Maybe it's cheaper in Malasiya
Also I am comparing it with the European and American Pricing and the phones that compete with it in the Same Countries
Competitive Means The Price Of this device and it's Competition [OnePlus 5 etc] in the Same country which is good is what I think
Do you think people will import this phone from Malasiya to Any other Country just because it is 25$ cheaper ..
Merwyn Fernandes, 26 Sep 2017Pricing is Competitive as compared to other countries.Yes.. Initially it was expected to be launched for 42000-45000INR... But this is really worth and competitive as compared to flagships from other competitors, I can not afford though.. Hope they launch a perfect mid range to compete with moto z 2 play, x4....
Merwyn Fernandes, 26 Sep 2017Pricing is Competitive as compared to other countries.Not true, you can get Nokia 8 at RM 2299 or Rp 36000 in Malaysia.