As well as rekindling some old charm with the 4G capable 8110, HMD Global is updating its high-end offering with the new Nokia 8 Sirocco too.

The Nokia 8 was only announced back in September 2017, but the Sirocco is the company’s effort to build the most premium phone possible.

The most notable change to the spec sheet is the move over to a P-OLED display, from the Nokia 8’s LCD technology.

The QHD resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio remains the same, but the Nokia 8 Sirocco moves on up to a slightly larger 5.5-inch P-OLED display.

The dual camera configuration is also slightly different, switching over to the 12 megapixel and 13 megapixel telephoto combination that you’ll find in the new Nokia 7 Plus, rather than the dual 13 megapixel setup of the Nokia 8.

Other than that, nothing else major has changed with the internals.

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