Nokia 8 may come sooner than you think; price, availability details revealed

Nokia 8 may come sooner than you think; price, availability details revealed

Nokia 8 may come sooner than you think; price, availability details revealed

While HMD Global has officially returned the iconic brand with the release of the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 mid-range smartphones, many have been patiently waiting to see a Nokia-branded flagship smartphone.

The latest leak published by French publication, Frandroid claims that it has in its possession, the prototype of the HMD's purportedly flagship smartphone, the Nokia 9.

Speculations are rife that Nokia 8 will have a 5.7-inch QHD (2K: 2560x1440p) screen and come with dual-camera on the back, most probably with Carl Zeiss lens. However, it turns out that it is now Nokia 8 instead.

Nokia chose to launch itself with Windows Operating System and this led to ouster of the then leading phone making company. Now it appears that the Finnish company has finally made a decision to launch its first high-end phone, and it will be marketed as the Nokia 8. From the recent leaks, it is known that the Nokia 8 might use a Snapdragon 845 SoC.

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On the other hand, Nokia 2 is said to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor, but rest of the specifications are yet to be ascertained. The phone is said to launch in "Blue", "Steel", "Gold/Blue" and "Gold/Copper" variants.

Four colour schemes are now planned for the Nokia 8? In other countries, however, the price will be slightly lower.

The information comes from a German website WinFuture (who are considered to be reliable when it's about proper release dates), the Nokia 8 goes with the model number as TA-1004. However, it shouldn't be a surprise to see a flagship phone from the company in the second-half of the year. Reports indicated that the company planned on adding new high-end smartphones in 2017 to its line-up, directly in competition with Apple's iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

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