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Does the Nokia 8 finally have a price?

Everyone is talking about Nokia in the lead-up to MWC 2017, and one of its most anticipated new handsets now seemingly has a price.

It’s far from official confirmation, but Hong Kong-based retailer JD.com posted the price of the Nokia 8 in an online listing, which ‘confirmed’ it will be pitched at a high-to-mid-range 3,188 Chinese Yuan (around £372).

The legitimacy of the pricing should be taken with a pinch of salt as the only other details on the listing were concept images used in various unofficial videos released over the last month or so.

Related: Nokia Android phones

HMD Global, the Finnish firm allowed to sell phones under the Nokia banner, has remained relatively tight-lipped about all of its new devices, so we’re relying on a steady stream of rumours for any pre-release information.

Leaks have so far mentioned a pair of Nokia 8 variations that both boast a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, 24-megapixel rear camera, and 12-megapixel lens on the front.

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Where the two devices differ is in the chip department. One is expected to get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with 6GB of RAM while the other is said to run on a Snapdragon 821 with 4GB of RAM.

Rounding off the spec list is an anticipated 128GB of storage and a pair of powerful front-facing speakers.

We will find out more about HMD’s plans for the Nokia brand in a press event scheduled for February 26 at MWC 2017. Stay tuned for the latest from TrustedReviews, as we’ll be at the event providing updates.

Watch: All you need to know about Nokia’s Android phones

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