Nokia 8, the much rumored Android flagship smartphone has been officially unveiled in London, yesterday. The handset has the ability to acquire a flagship class design, specs and performance. Since the company has just took the wraps off the Nokia 8, the one we have been waiting for so long to hear about, let’s dive right into it and have a glimpse on its key specs.
It is the first Nokia’s Android smartphone that has been developed under the ambit of the Carl Zeiss partnership. As a result there are some interesting bits in the camera aspects. Yes, the Nokia 8 has a dual 13MP rear camera with, f/2.0 RGB and monochrome sensors. And for the selfie, the phone packs the same 13MP shooter, with phase detection auto focus and f/2.0 aperture of focusing speed.
While, the same pixel count is seen on several other smartphones, HMD has gotten into the advanced “bothies” factor. Yes, the Nokia 8 has the ability to capture images and videos, from the front and the rear cameras simultaneously. Apart from this, they’ve also developed a “Dual Sight” feature, which allows the users to stream full HD live videos to the Facebook and YouTube directly from the Camera App.
The other goodies on the Nokia 8 are 5.3-inch IPS LCD display with 700nits of brightness, and 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5 on top; 6000 series of aluminum frame; 64GB inbuilt storage; Android 7.1.1 out-of-the-box; and Snapdragon 835 processor. Moreover, it also features the Nokia’s OZO Audio effects, which will preserve the 360° spatial surround audio recording.
Here comes the pricing and the availability details. The Nokia 8 will soon hit in the global markets this September, with the price tag of €600. Thus, the month of September is going to be a great treat for all the Nokia fans.