Lashana Lynch, who is playing Nomi in the film and is the first black agent in the franchise, appeared in an epic Bond-inspired shoot at Pinewood studios.
The action-packed photos feature Lashana in one of her costumes from the film, with all the 007 trimmings, including an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera and a Triumph Thruxton RS motorcycle.
And in keeping with the film franchise’s love of gadgets, every shot was taken on the Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone.
Lashana, 32, said: “The world we live in now means we all have the ultimate gadget in our pockets and it’s amazing what smartphones can do nowadays.
“It’s exciting to be unveiling this new smartphone to celebrate the release of No Time To Die in November."
The images were taken by celebrity social media ‘phone-ographer’ Ben Maclean, who at one point found himself suspended 30 feet in the air on a rig to capture the action-packed images.
Nation of phone-ographers
The thrilling stills of the epic 00 shoot were created to mark the official release of the Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone after research revealed a third of Brits consider themselves to be ‘phone-ographers’.
In fact, the average adult takes 12 pictures a day – working out at almost 4,500 per year.
It also emerged 31 per cent have become more of a fan of photography or ‘phone-ography’ since lockdown.
Florian Seiche, CEO of HMD Global which produces Nokia phones, said: “The Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone is the official phone partner for the 25th Bond movie No Time To Die, and we wanted to mark its launch with something truly epic.
“A 00 agent, 00 cars, 00 bikes, an 8,000 square foot stage at Pinewood Studios and a stunt phone-ographer capturing everything on the Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone, felt about right and the results show the possibilities of this new smartphone."