It certainly doesn't look as indestructible as the iconic 3310 that we know and love though.
Announced early March this year, HMD Global, the company behind the Nokia's recent foray back into the mobile phone space, has claimed that the Nokia 8.3 5G is the "world's first global flagship smartphone", as it has extensive compatibility with 5G networks around the world. They have confirmed that it will be available in Europe and the US "sometime this autumn", but nothing else other than that.
The 8.3 5G boasts a 64 MP main camera, an ultra-wide low light camera, and macro/advanced depth cameras. It also comes with built-in ZEISS cinematic effects, with the ability to shoot videos at 4K resolution. Along with a 6.81-inch PureDisplay, HDR10 support, and a 20:9 aspect ratio, this phone is quite large. The Nokia 8.3 5G is also one of the few phones running the latest stock Android 10, which is a huge selling point in the market right now.
While international prices have not been announced, it is known that the phone will be priced starting at US$648 (~RM2,747) in Europe, and will be available in two variants (6GB RAM + 64GB storage or 8GB RAM + 128GB storage). Hopefully, it will be available in this part of the world soon!