Nokia 8 is officially the first flagship from HMD Global, and given the specifications and features this is a device designed for media creation. But here’s why there’s no 8GB RAM variant or 128GB storage version in the flagship, at least for now.
Just a day after the launch of the Nokia 8 in London, HMD Global plans to launch a high-end smartphone with a bigger screen. During the launch, the company representatives may have hinted at the possible launch of the Nokia 9, which according to many will feature a 5.7-inch QHD display and an aspect ratio of 18:9.
The Nokia 8 is being pitched as a device catering to content creators, giving them the ability to record crisp sound and video while on the move. But is the price good enough to make this phone attractive to all the creative professionals out there? Unfortunately, the answer is ‘No’.
Nokia 8 is the new flagship from HMD Global, with top-end specifications and a dual rear camera on board. The phone will start shipping from September, and the expected average price of the Nokia 8 will be Euros 599. But when is the phone coming to India? What should you expect in terms of features and specifications? We answer all your questions below.
Nokia 8 sports a dual-sight video feature which enables simultaneous live-streaming on social media networks from both front and rear cameras on a split screen. It has licensed lens technology from camera maker Zeiss.
HMD Global, which started operating in 2016 with an exclusive license for Nokia-branded phones, has so far focused its efforts to revive the Nokia brand on cheaper smartphones and a redesign of the classic Nokia 3310, first sold in 2000.
Nokia 8 sports a metal unibody design, and there’s muted antenna bands on top. It comes in four colour options – polished blue and copper with a glossy finish as well as tempered blue and steel with a matte finish. Here’s a look at the full specifications and features of Nokia 8
Nokia 8 first impressions: The pricing isn’t as exorbitant as with other flagships, given the average of Euro 599. For now, the phone looks as solid as any other Nokia phone from the past. Then there are features like Dual-Sight in the camera, Ozo Audio to name a few.
Nokia 8 flagship smartphone has been launched by HMD Global at an event in London. The new flagship phone will be available globally by September 2017, and is expected to retail at an average price of Euro 599, which is nearly Rs 45,000 on conversion. Nokia 8 will hit the Indian stores by early October.
Nokia 8 has been the subject of rumours and leaks, and it’s already being hailed as the ultimate Android smartphone to hit the market this year. That’s said , here’s everything we know about the Nokia 8, HMD Global’s first ever flagship smartphone of the year.
Nokia 8, the new flagship smartphone from HMD Global, the Finnish startup with the license for Nokia brand, will be announced in London on Wednesday in all probability. HMD Global is hosting an event in London where it is expected to unveil the phone.
Nokia 2 is supposed to be one of the budget smartphones from HMD Global, and now according to a report all four variants of the Nokia 2 have got approval from US FCC. The report comes even as HMD Global is preparing to host an event in London on August 16.
Nokia 6 smartphone has received over 1 million registrations on Amazon India. Registrations for the sale began on July 14. Nokia 6, which is priced at Rs 14,999, will be made available via flash sale model from August 23. HMD Global, the Finnish company, owns the rights to market Nokia-branded smartphones worldwide.
Nokia 8 will launch on August 16, and HMD Global has started sending out invites for the same. The Verge reported about the upcoming launch event. Nokia 8, the upcoming flagship, was recently spotted on the China website of the firm, before the image was taken down.
HMD Global – the manufacturer now making Nokia-branded smartphones – is on the verge of launching its flagship Nokia 8. Now the premium smartphone has been leaked on the company’s official website in China. The webpage has since been taken down by the company, however, it officially confirms the existence of the Nokia 8.