HMD Global will sport a Snapdragon 835 processor and is working on its flagship smartphone called Nokia 8 which could give competition with back cameras to its arch rivals. Now tipster Evan Blass has posted a teaser picture of the Nokia 8. A rear setup is shown by the teaser picture with Carl Zeiss lens optics, and it was followed by Blass of what the Nokia 8 will look like with a full render.
Dependent on the image, the double cameras are stacked accompanied by a laser auto-focus sensor along with a dual-tone LED flash. This affirms the Nokia 8 will include a dual camera system with Zeiss branding, a move aimed to position the phone against the iPhone 7 Plus, one of the highest rated smartphones in the marketplace. HMD International and Zeiss have themselves confirmed branding.
On the front, the Nokia 8 screen appears to be an edge-less screen from the sides, however there is a home button on the front therefore it won't be should you go by this photo. We've also seen escapes around the Nokia 8 smartphone. Still another report from site WinFuture shows more information. The report stated the launch that could take place. It also revealed the model number TA-1004 of the apparatus. Nokia 8 may include a Snapdragon 835 processor together with 64GB memory and 4GB RAM, according to the report. It will offer functionality that is dual-SIM and the single-SIM variant is also being planned.
The dimensions of the display is still unclear, although a recent report has promised it might be a 5.3-inch Quad HD resolution . According to leaks, there'll be at least four colors: blue, steel, gold/copper and gold/blue. Rumour has it the telephone could be launched at $589 (or approx Rs 43,415) to Scandinavian nations, but the apparatus may cost less in other parts of Europe.
No details are revealed by HMD Global, the company that owns the rights to sell Nokia-branded devices. But, we already know that for upcoming phones, the business has recently inked an exclusive partnership to design software and hardware.
This seems to be HMD's high-end Nokia-branded apparatus, and will likely ship with a pristine version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It seems that HMD is sticking because of its flagship device with larger display bezels and keys. That could make the Nokia 8 a tough sell against the Samsung Galaxy S8 along with comparable handsets, but pricing can compensate for the layout components.
While this Nokia 8 will include Carl Zeiss optics, it will not possess. Apple hired the Lumia photography expert of Nokia, and the vast majority of the talent behind Nokia's camera function left the business when Microsoft acquired Nokia's mobile business.