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Nokia finally has a phone worthy of its "flagship" status. It's called the Nokia 8 and it's packed full of all the supercharged components you'd expect from a flagship Android phone. 

It's hitting stores in the UK and Europe in September and will cost €599 (or around £599, Nokia says). While there are no firm details on whether it'll hit the US or Australia, Nokia has said that it's keen to launch the phone in both regions. That €599 price converts to $703 and AU$899.

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It's a gorgeous piece of kit. The all-metal body is highly polished, giving it a real luxury look. Do be careful of fingerprints though.

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There's a 5.3-inch display on the front with a 2,560x1,440 pixel resolution. It's pin-sharp and bright. 

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The glossy back gleams beautifully. Nokia says the phone is "splash-proof" but not properly waterproof. That means you'll need to keep it strictly away from the poolside, but sending a quick text in a light rain shower shouldn't be too bad.

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There are two camera lenses on the back. One of the cameras shoots in colour, the other only in black and white.

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Both cameras shoot video in 4K resolution and there are a variety of cool camera tricks to play around with.

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It charges over USB-C.

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With a top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, image editing is a breeze for this phone.

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There's 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as standard, which you can expand with microSD cards up to 256GB in size.

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It runs Android Nougat, which Nokia has left pretty much untouched.

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You can take photos with both the front and back camera to combine them into a single, split-screen image, or you can livestream that split-screen view directly to YouTube or Facebook.

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That's definitely Android Nougat.

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The home button doubles as a fingerprint scanner which works quickly and accurately.

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Don't you just want to grab it?

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Keep a cleaning cloth handy if you want it to look its best always.

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