The Nokia 8 is available to buy starting today (in select markets)23
In Germany, the Nokia 8 costs €579 - the equivalent or around $690 USD - and comes with a free 64 GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card (that's if you're ordering the phone through Amazon). In Australia, the new smartphone can be bought from retailers JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman - both are selling the Nokia 8 for $799 AUD (about $719 USD).
Officially announced last month, the Nokia 8 is unique in several ways, including the fact that it's the only high-end Nokia-branded Android phone announced to date. The handset's highlight features include a 5.3-inch display with 1440 x 2560 pixels, a Snapdragon 835 processor, 360-degree OZO sound recording, and a dual 13 MP Zeiss camera. At the moment, the Nokia 8 runs Android 7 Nougat, but it will certainly be updated to Android 8 Oreo. You can take a closer look at the device by checking out our Nokia 8 hands-on (video included).
HMD Global - the new home of Nokia phones - doesn't plan to sell the regular Nokia 8 in the US, but a customized version of it could be released Stateside at some point. We'll let you know when (and if) we hear more about this.
sources: Amazon Germany, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman via AusDroid