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Nokia got a lot right with its first Android flagship

"Nokia" and "return" are two words that have been forever glued together since I joined Engadget six years ago. Over the past decade or so, this publication has talked plenty about the company's smartphone ups and, in particular, its downs. Today, it lives on as a brand owned by fellow Finnish company HMD. Eight months since it started making Android phones in the Nokia name, it's revealing a big-screened "flagship" to go up against the Galaxy S8s and iPhones that dominate the smartphone world.
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