Well, that changes now, as the device is now on sale in a two more markets: Germany and Australia. Price tag is €579 ($690) and AUD899 ($719), respectively.
While those in Germany can head to Amazon to purchase the device, in Australia retailers JB HiFi and Harvey Norman have the phone listed on their websites.
The handset is currently available to pre-order in the UK, with launch set for September 13. Cost is £500, with retailer Carphone Warehouse throwing in a free Nokia Steel smartwatch (worth £120) as well.
yes dud you are correct I already by this nokia and really true tested IPS of nokia still cool compare oneplus etc brand or model samsumg even apply lg nokia the best and the sound really pretty cool.
that IP rating is better than nothing yup, but it still doesn't help against oxydation. Overall, the oneplus 5 has been tested several times, even tho, no IP rating has been put as standart is indeed has some form of protection, nothing like IP54 of ...
uhh a hardcore Nokia fan. Good for you but hey, oneplus is still faster and prettier and has been into smartphone business since 2013 and not failing even once.