SINGAPORE (Aug 17): Finnish developer HMD Global has announced its first Android flagship, the Nokia 8: an all-aluminium, precision-milled unibody device with an average thickness of 7.3mm and powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform.

HMD Global owns the rights to manufacture Nokia-branded smartphones. Manufacturing is outsourced to a division of Taiwanese electronics company Foxconn Technology Group.

In a press release on Thursday, HMD Global claims its new generation Nokia smartphone will bring three “world-firsts” to Android smartphones in a single design.

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