Nokia-maker mixes with Apple, Samsung in new smartphone launch

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London - Finnish company HMD Global Oy unveiled its latest Nokia-branded smartphone in a first bid to win over Samsung and Apple customers.

The Nokia 8 will be available in September and will retail for a global average price of €599, HMD said on Wednesday.

The company, which started operating in 2016 with an exclusive license for Nokia-branded phones, has so far focused its efforts to revive the Nokia brand on cheaper smartphones and a redesign of the classic Nokia 3310, first sold in 2000.

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