Since, Nokia is on the verge of the official unveiling series of smartphones, including Nokia 8 that will takes place on MWC 2017. For now, the upcoming flagship Nokia 8 spotted on the Chinese major and famous e-commerce portal Jingdong (JD.com). Based on the listing, the phone will be available for pre-orders, carrying a price tag of 3,188 Yuan, which is around $463.
Meanwhile, the device coming in two color choices, Black and Grey. But, the listing haven’t revealed anything about its launch details and specs. Hence, it may raise a suspicion that the listing might not be genuine.
The Nokia 8’s ultra-thin narrow bezel display with a rectangular, flat unibody design is simply captivating. Its alleged specifications have mentioned, a big 5.7 inch Super AMOLED display with whopping QHD resolution of 1440X2560 pixels. It is likely to be functioned by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor that coupled with 4 GB of RAM.
Further, the phone expected to come in two different variants, based on its internal storage capacity. In that note, one will be a 64 GB variant, while the other would be a 128 GB variant; however in both the variants, the storage space will be expandable to an extent of up to 256 GB by means of a micro SD card.
Moreover, Nokia 8 comes with a 24 MP rear camera with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) capability, and super EIS (super Electronic Image Stabilization), for a seamless shoot that validates the big circular rear shooter; while, a 12 MP selfie snapper up front does everything for a picture-perfect selfie.
Also expected to come with pre-installed Android 7.0 Nougat OS. However, no official announcement have been made until now about this device; instead the other smartphones of this brand has widely been rumored to be unveiled at the MWC event. Therefore, we are quite puzzled about its launch.