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Topic # 223501 2-Oct-2017 17:00
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Nokia 8, Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 available in New Zealand From tomorrow through Spark


The flagship device in the range Nokia 8 will be available from tomorrow morning, with the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 arriving in Spark stores this Friday 6 October. The Nokia 6 will follow later this month. The devices combine superior craftsmanship, distinctive design and powerful entertainment features with a pure Android experience.

The Nokia 8 brings three world-firsts to Android smartphones, including Dual-Sight video to be livestreamed natively and in real-time to social feeds such as Facebook and YouTube. Dual-Sight simultaneously harnesses both the front and rear cameras in a split screen visual for both photos and videos. Nokia 8 is also the first smartphone to feature Nokia OZO Audio, bringing a fully immersive audio experience to your 4K video. Leading-edge 360° audio capture ensures the playback lets you truly relive the moment so your memories never fade.


Will post more details when I get home.




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  Reply # 1917047 11-Dec-2017 22:37
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Oubadah: Where is the NFC antenna on this damned phone? (Nokia 6) twice I have made a fool of myself trying to use it on contactless payment devices. I’m sure I have the app (asb) and the phone configured correctly, and one time it was “sort of” detecting the phone. I thought it would be behind the glass bit that the camera and flash are embedded in, but apparently it’s not.

I think it's between camera and Nokia logo. Using android pay quite regularly with BNZ card.

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