It’s been around 20 months HMD Global has been in existence and the way the company has resurrected the Nokia brand is nothing but phenomenal. In less than three years of coming back to the smartphone industry, Nokia is one of the top ten highest selling smartphone brands globally. In Europe, it’s in the top five and in the UK, it’s in the top three. While the company still has some ground to catch up against Xiaomi, Samsung and the likes, Nokia’s 2018 lineup has been quite impressive. The Nokia 7.1 that launched today in Europe encapsulates that all the things that made Nokia’s Android phones successful — A robust, durable design that lasts and software that’s the latest. It’s all anybody would want from a smartphone and the company has figured it out quickly enough.