|Bid||6.17 x 89300|
|Ask||6.18 x 103500|
|Day's Range||6.13 - 6.21|
|52 Week Range||4.04 - 6.65|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||-48.36|
|Dividend & Yield||0.18 (2.93%)|
|1y Target Est||6.77|
This week’s Android Circuit includes a huge Galaxy Note 8 leak, Samsung’s dual SIM option, three keys to phablet success, the FCC leaks Pixel 2 details, the short happy life of the OnePlus 3T, HMD announces Nokia 8 flagship, a potential army in the Nokia 2, and Microsoft’s latest Android update.
HMD Global is hoping a reinvention of the selfie will help the Nokia (Milan: 23568.MI - news) brand regain its place in the forefront of the mobile market. Its first flagship phone - the Nokia 8 - features the "bothie". The headline innovation of the Android-running device comes at the Finnish company, HMD Global, a private equity-backed firm led by former Nokia employees, attempts to reforge the brand's popularity.
HMD Global, the Finnish start-up looking to reinvigorate the Nokia phone brand, unveiled the Nokia 8 on Wednesday, hoping to cash in on rising consumer demand for high-quality audio and video features. With a suggested price tag of around 599 euros ($703), the Nokia 8 undercuts Apple, which typically offers a stripped down version of its latest phones for a similar price but charges hundreds of euros more for memory and key features. The new top-of-the-line Nokia sports a dual-sight video feature which enables simultaneous live-streaming on social media networks from both front and rear cameras on a split screen.