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Nokia 8 Expected To Release With Snapdragon 835 Processor

16 July 2017, 12:04 | Jodi Jackson

Nokia 8 Expected To Release With Snapdragon 835 Processor

Nokia 8 Expected To Release With Snapdragon 835 Processor

The concept of new NOKIA Edge smartphone looks great. However, the company is still lacking that big-bang moment. Previous rumors suggested that the rumored Nokia 9 may hold an OLED panel, so it's likely that it could be the same for the Nokia 8. There are all sorts of rumours about HMD Global's upcoming flagship smartphone. However, according to German website WinFuture, HMD Global's next-generation phone is the Nokia 8 with the model number TA-1004. The phone features a 5.5-inch (1920 x 1080) display, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC, coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, which can further be expanded via microSD card, a 16MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera.


The phone is said to feature dual cameras as one of their major highlights, and would be running the Android Nougat OS, which would be upgraded to the Android O OS upon launch. 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. The phone is said to launch in two variants, a single SIM variant and a dual SIM variant which would be sold depending on various regions. Now it appears that the Finnish company has finally chose to launch its first high-end phone, and it will be marketed as the Nokia 8. We have even see the leak of this phone earlier in the Geekbench's listing, however the actual device would be Nokia 8 and it is finally going to be unveiled on the coming July 31st. The phone is said to launch in "Blue", "Steel", "Gold/Blue" and "Gold/Copper" variants. The info comes from an unnamed Scandinavian retailer that also discloses the price - €589. Stay tuned with us for more details on the device.



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