HMD’s first flagship Nokia 8 made its way to Pakistan, a historically strong and loyal market of the Nokia brand. Tribune.com.pk reports that HMD launched their Nokia 8 flagship at a PKR59,900 price point, that’s 463 euros. Pakistan is a huge market, with above average growth in the high end smartphone segment and Nokia 8, with a sold price point, could make a good impact on the market.
In Nokia’s homeland, Finland, Nokia 8 got a €80 price cut for the 4GB/64GB variant that is now priced at €499, but also available in Copper. The variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage is now priced at €599, from previous €649.