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Nokia 8 expected to launch on July 31 for Rs 43415

September 21 2017, 07:32 | Jodi Jackson

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Though many rumours suggested Nokia 9 would be the next flagship from HMD Global, latest reports confirm that the next flagship device from the Finnish company would be the Nokia 8.

However, unlike those aforementioned smartphones, the Nokia 8 doesn't go for a bezel-free design. The Nokia 8 will launch at the end of this month. Nokia 8 is unlikely to come up with it but upcoming phone might have it. So the 835 is one of the top processors in the market right now and this means HMD is looking to compete against the flagships with its new model. This model has appeared has also appeared on Geekbench listing. "Our fans want more than a great smartphone camera, they want a complete imaging experience that doesn't just set the standard but redefines it". The SoC also includes Adreno 540 graphics.

4 GB /6 GB of RAM. Also, it is expected that the device will support a dual 13-megapixel camera at rear and an 8-megapixel camera in the front. Furthermore, the handset will be officially released on July 31st. Its size is tricky to guess, however, given that the Nokia 8 is thought to have a smaller 5.3in screen than the 5.5in panel found on the Nokia 6. The render shows the Nokia 8 - apparently codenamed TA-1012 according to a recent visit through the FCC, in Blue.

The Nokia 8 would be available in multiple color choices.

There is also expected to be four Nokia 8 colors, specifically blue, steel, gold and blue, and gold and copper.

In terms of price, the report suggests a rather specific amount of 589 euro which roughly translates to Rs 43,400.

As for pricing, HMD Global seems to be quite confident in making this handset a bit more expensive.

Howsoever, WinFuture isn't sure about the speculated specifications of the phone.HMD Global has recently entered into an "exclusive" partnership with German optics company Zeiss. However, the retailer from Scandinavia has claimed that it would be launching as early as July 31.



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