The Nokia 8 is the new flagship handset from Nokia or, more accurately, from HMD Global who has licensed the Nokia name for phones.
The Nokia 8 is a very solid phone (as you'd expect from Nokia) and the SIM-free price comes in just under many other flagships at £499.
The new Nokia features a flagship level of specification, with the latest Snapdragon 835 processor, QuadHD display, and premium build quality. There's even OZO audio capture, which uses three mics to record immersive sounding 360-degree audio. Perfect when you're at a gig or party.
The 7.3mm-thick phone comes in a number of different finishes, including Polished Copper which we're huge fans of. However, Steel and Tempered Blue are the UK finishes of choice.
It even has three Zeiss-lensed 13MP cameras which can all be used at the same time to capture a "bothie" - essentially a tacked-together image from both sides of the camera, if you're opposed to cringey marketing speak.
The handset will be available to buy officially on 13 September, though you can already pre-order it. Carphone Warehouse, EE, Virgin, Amazon, John Lewis and a range of high street and online retailers.