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The Nokia 8 Sirocco is here! And it's nothing like the existing Nokia 8.
It has a bigger screen, some impressive cameras and sleeker looks.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco will cost 749 euros -- that's about $920, £660 or AU$1,200 -- and will be available in April this year.
Firstly, the Sirocco is 95 percent covered with vacuum-moulded Gorilla Glass 5.
It's also IP67 rated, so the occasional splash or two shouldn't be a problem.
There's a dual lens with a telephoto for zoom.
And the body is milled from stainless steel, with a spine that's 7.5mm thick and an edge less than 2mm thick.
Following in the footsteps of Apple and Samsung, the phone also features wireless charging.
Here are some more deets on those cameras: You've got a 12-megapixel camera for the main lens, a 13-megapixel camera for the telephoto and 5 megapixels on the front for your selfies (but with a large sensor for better low light shots).
Under the hood you'll find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
The 5.5-inch OLED panel curves at the edges, reminiscent of some Samsung phones. Another thing of note on the camera: Andy here is taking a "bothie", using both cameras at once.
It comes with the Android One version of Oreo, which means this should be a pretty clean user experience right out of the box. Still plenty going on in the camera app though.
With a 3,260 mAh battery, the Sirocco ought to comfortably make it through a day of regular use on one charge.
No fancy colours here, it comes in black only.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco will be available in April this year.
We also got our hands on the new Nokia 6.
It has some great Zeiss camera optics as well as a significant speed boost with a new processor.
The Nokia 6 is available from the beginning of April this year and will cost around 279 euros (approximately $350, £250 or AU$450).
While the name hasn't changed, plenty of other features have.
Firstly, the phone is now encased in solid aluminium.
And it features Zeiss camera optics. With these cameras, you can take "bothies", photos that use both the front and rear lenses at the same time.
The insides have been improved, too: Nokia has replaced the old 430 Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with a 630, which should provide a 60 percent speed boost.
You'll also get 3GB RAM with 32GB of storage. Nokia says it'll offer a version with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage in some areas, but it hasn't yet specified where.
The phone has a full HD screen with face unlock. It uses the Android One version of Oreo.
Hey look, it's the cheap and cheerful Nokia 1! This entirely plastic device comes in blue or orange, with white detailing.
It's perfect for a second phone for a festival or holiday, or it can even work as a kid-friendly phone that can withstand a bit of rough and tumble.
Available globally at the beginning of April, the Nokia 1 will cost around $85 (approximately £60 or AU$110).
While it may only have 1GB RAM, the phone comes with Google Android Oreo Go Edition, with optimised applications specifically designed to run well on low-cost, low-powered devices like this.
For example, Google Maps and YouTube go edition are lighter and faster thanks to software optimisation.
The phone is designed for emerging markets.
It'll be available at the beginning of April.
It'll be sold in western Europe and India.
The Nokia 7 Plus is Nokia's obligatory supersized device.
It has a huge screen and a whopping 16-megapixel front camera for dazzlingly detailed selfies.
The Nokia 7 Plus will cost 399 euros (about $490, £360 or AU$630).
Cut from aluminium with anodised machined edges, it's quite the looker.
The 18:9, 6-inch screen will be great for watching films and for gaming on the go.
The phone comes with a dual rear camera, one of which has a telephoto zoom function. It also has "adaptive sensor technology" on the 16-megapixel front camera, which promises better low light photos.
Inside you'll find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage. Nokia promises a 2-day battery life.
Wait, two days of charge?! That's thanks to the 3,800 mAh battery. We'll see if the phone lives up to the claim when we get our hands on it.
Great news for people who hate using their hands: You can unlock this phone with your face.
The Nokia 7 Plus comes with the Android One version of Oreo.
The Nokia 7 Plus will cost 399 euros -- that's roughly $490, £360 or AU$630.