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Confirmed: No Nokia 8 For US Market


Confirmed: No Nokia 8 For US Market

Paul Briden 12/10/2017 - 1:38pm

The Nokia 8 will NOT be launched within the US

HMD International introduced the Nokia 8 slightly just lately, however there may be been a large query mark up-in-the-air over whether or not it might be launched for the US marketplace. Unfortunately, we will now verify that it is going to NOT be making its technique to the land of Bald Eagles and large vehicles.

NokiaPowerUser used to be forwarded an electronic mail from a reader, appearing an immediate reaction from Rex Fryhover, head of gross sales for HMD International's US department.

Fryhover defined that the Nokia 8 is "no longer correctly banded for the US", which we suppose method with regards to connectivity bands for cellular information and telecoms. He confirms "we can no longer be launching the Nokia 8 in america".

It is a disgrace to make certain, because the Nokia 8 is a truly compelling flagship software. The construct high quality and design is fantastic, and it packs Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, at the side of a Carl Zeiss dual-camera. We're reasonably shocked, to be truthful, that HMD International has no longer focused this sort of huge marketplace as america, particularly as it's relatively commonplace at the moment to provide more than one variants for various areas with the fitting connectivity protocols adjusted accordingly.

May HMD International trade its thoughts if there used to be sufficient call for? Stranger issues have took place. The scoop is the nearest factor we need to an reputable remark at the subject, even though it does contradict a large number of proof which urged the phone would certainly arrive on US shores.

For now, we can need to imagine this example closed, however we can be protecting an eye fixed out for any trade at the matter and can of  path remember to stay you posted as and when.

With a bit of luck the Nokia 9 shall be launched within the US to make up for it - it kind of feels like an growth at the Nokia 8 anyway.


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