Just over a year ago, Nokia launched its 3, 5 and 6 models. While they were impressive phones in their respective price points, they were by no means worthy of being called flagships.
Back in August last year, HMD Global launched the Nokia 8 which is their first flagship Android device.
With such a late entry to the Android market, does the Nokia 8 offer enough to stand a chance against market leaders like Samsung and Huawei? Let’s find out.