Independent retailer Clove has revealed that the Nokia 8, which was announced at a small gathering in London last week, will hit the shelves in the United Kingdom on September 13—but we still don’t know how much it’s going to cost.
The Nokia 8 is already up for pre-order in mainland Europe, where it’s priced at approximately €600 ($708). If Nokia takes that figure and converts it into the region’s local currency, the handset will cost £550 ($705) when it hits the shelves.
For comparison, a similarly-specced OnePlus 5 retails for £449 ($580). That’s a difference of £101 ($130), likely covering the cost of the Nokia 8’s higher-solution display, more impressive dual-camera configuration and OZO-tuned audio.