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Nokia 8 now available to buy in Australia. Details inside

After Finland, Nokia 8 has now become available to buy in Australia, one of the markets it went on pre-order early. Retailer JB Hi-Fi has now Nokia 8 in stock. Nokia 8 is priced at AUD 899 that converts to USD 713. You can use the buy link below in case you are in Australia and want to buy one.

Only steel color model is in stock as of now. Though buyers can expect other color models to become available in coming weeks.

Buy link

Other Markets:

We earlier reported about Nokia 8 availability details/pre-order opening in UK, Russia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Finland, Germany, NetherlandsAustralia, Portugal, and Sweden.

Nokia 8 Details:

Read all Nokia 8 details including specs, features and check out gallery and videos at our dedicated Nokia 8 page.

You can read Nokia 8 full coverage by clicking here.

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  • Jurrian

    Sales started today in The Netherlands too, only grey and matt blue available..
    Some retailers say 2 weeks for the copper colour and another retailer says start of NOVEMBER!
    Looks like happening the same as with the 6 copper, impossible to get!

  • DBS

    Dear Lord, if the phone is already overpriced and a bad deal in Europe, in Australia it’s just absurd…

    • Jurrian

      Then buy the chineese designed stuff and buy a new one next year lol
      i think the 8 is quite worth the money

      • DBS

        Why would one buy a Chinese phone when there are far better phones coming out of the Korean peninsula?

    • rodrigo mansani

      Why is a bad deal in europe ?

      • DBS

        Because it’s going against far better phones that cost the same or less.
        For example, it goes against the G6 which actually has an IP68 rating, no bezels and a far superior dual-camera set up (which, by the way, uses Nokia Technologies licensed patents)…and costs little over 400€.
        And it goes against the S8, which is far far better, offering you a superior AMOLED screen, IP68, no bezels, wireless charging and a far better camera for the same 570€-600€.

        So if you’re shopping for a flagship in Europe currently, the Nokia 8 is not at all a good buy. It lacks tons of hallmarks of Nokia flagships (AMOLED, wireless charging, camera buttons, innovative software etc) and costs the same as better flagships from the competition. That’s why it’s a bad deal.