The company's Nokia 7 will launch in China on October 24, costing 2,499 yuan, the equivalent of £285, for a 4gb version, with a 6gb version available for slightly more, and the midrange device will offer dual cameras and the flagship Nokia 8's 'bothie' camera software.
The bothie means the phone captures what is seen by both the front and back cameras - which are five and 16 megapixels respectively - at the same time.
The 5.2-inch phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 3,000mAh battery.
The brand have described the Nokia 7 as a "design-led" handset
and it is the first of their Android phones to come with a glass unibody and 7000 series aluminium frame, the design that is also expected to feature on the rumoured Nokia 9, which will also have wireless charging enabled.
Nokia 7 is the only second Nokia smartphone to be launched in China after Nokia 6.
The device was first reported on in March, along with the Nokia 8, so has taken some time to get to market.
It is expected the communications giant will be releasing at least one more device before the end of the year.