Nokia 8 with Dual Zeiss Cam­era and Snap­dragon 835 Launched

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many in­ci­dents of the Nokia 8 it­er­a­tions leak­ing on the in­ter­net and var­i­ous ru­mors sur­round­ing it, Nokia 8, the flag­ship phone from HMD Global has fi­nally been of­fi­cially launched. The Nokia 8 will be glob­ally avail­able in early Septem­ber priced at EUR 599 (ap­prox­i­mately 45000).

Com­ing to the phone, Nokia 8 has a uni­body built of 6000 se­ries alu­minum and it will be avail­able in 4 color vari­ants- Pol­ished Cop­per, Pol­ished Blue, Tem­pered blue and Steel. The phone sports a 5.3inch 2K dis­play with a Corn­ing Go­rilla Glass pro­tec­tion on top. The high­light of Nokia 8 is its Snap­dragon 835 pro­ces­sor, the most high-end pro­ces­sor of­fered by Qual­comm. The phone has 4GB RAM with 64GB in­ter­nal stor­age. It comes with a mi­croSD card sup­port of up to 256GB.

On the op­tics front, Nokia 8 car­ries a 13-megapixel dual cam­era setup at the back, with one RGB and one Mono­chrome lens less. Nokia 8 has a 13-megapixel selfie cam­era, and both front and back cam­era is ca­pa­ble of record­ing 4K videos. The smart­phone has also gained fame for us­ing Carl Zeiss op­tics for its cam­eras. HMD Global has also added Ozo Au­dio, which means that much like Nokia’s fu­tur­is­tic VR cam­era, the Nokia 8 will cap­ture 360-de­gree au­dio, al­low­ing for it to be broad­cast live on streams.

There’s also a 3,090 mAh bat­tery, which HMD claims will get you more than a full day of us­age, com­plete with sup­port for Quick Charge 3.0. There’s a USB-C port on the bot­tom for charg­ing, along­side a 3.5mm head­phone jack. The phone comes with a hy­brid SIM slot(2 SIM’s or 1 SIM and 1 mi­croSD card).

Ini­tially, Nokia 8 comes with An­droid 7.11, and HMD has said that it’ll be up­dated to An­droid O later. The Nokia 8 In­dia launch is ex­pected to be in early Oc­to­ber, and the Nokia 8 price in In­dia will be known closer to launch.

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