The report notes the company has confirmed the variant will be made available in Europe (Germany, specifically) next month on October 20. It'll only be available in Polished Blue color option though. As for pricing, the device will carry a tag of €669, which is €90 more than what the regular 4GB/64GB version carries.
There's currently no information on exactly when the variant will arrive in other key markets around the world, including the US, where even the standard Nokia 8 isn't available yet.
almost 700 eur for a pocket device of highly limited use seems like a ripoff to me.
It is already listed on Amazon India website.
Make this one (1) mm thicker, recess the camera and fill the extra space with a higher capacity battery. THEN you will have a durable device with at least one (1) point up with the competition. As it is this phone is just Meh. Luckily it's priced che...