The report notes the company has confirmed the variant will be made available in Europe (Germany, specifically) next month on October 20. It’ll only be available in Polished Blue colour option though. As for pricing, the device will carry a tag of €669, which is €90 more than what the regular 4GB/64GB version carries.
The list, sadly, doesn’t include the US yet. However, this could change soon, as HMD has added some changes to the FCC listings for Nokia 8 variants TA-1004 and TA-1012, strongly indicating the company is preparing for the US launch.
While that’s definitely good news for Nokia fans in the US, here’s the icing on the cake: the changes reveal the device will arrive in the country with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage and for those who aren’t aware, the regular Nokia 8 comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory.