Nokia has recently announced their new flagship smartphone called Nokia 8, there were many rumors about Nokia 8 but now Nokia has officially announced Nokia 8 smartphone on their official website.
We have been waiting for Nokia Android smartphone for long but now Nokia has shown that they are truly back in business following the recent release of Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 now Nokia 8 has arrived, let's see what the smartphone is made up of according to Nokia.
Let see more about Nokia 8 features and functionalities, keep reading for more info about Nokia 8 smartphone.
The Nokia 8 undergoes a rigorous 40-stage process of machining, anodizing and polishing to ensure its distinctive design pairs flawlessly with the polished aluminum unibody. The ultimate in seamless unibody construction, Nokia 8 is designed to nestle perfectly in the palm of your hand.
This phone offers 13 MP dual image-fusion rear camera with both color and monochrome sensors, plus a wide-angle 13 MP phase detection autofocus front camera. Both front and rear cameras are equipped with ZEISS optics, meaning every snapshot moment becomes a story worth sharing.
To maximize performance, Nokia 8 is built upon the cutting-edge Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile Platform, engineered to deliver exceptionally long battery life, Nokia also added a full-length copper cooling pipe with graphite shield to dissipate system heat across the full body of the phone.
This smartphone is powered by a strong 3090mAh, non-removable battery capacity built for efficiency and sustainability
Nokia 8 is enabled with an amazing 4 GB of RAM and loads of space with 64 GB mass storage¹ and MicroSD card support up to 256 GB
Nokia 8 comes with Android Nougat 7.1.1, packed with the full spread of Google's most popular apps and no unnecessary extras. Plus, we’ll make sure you keep getting regular updates to help you stay on top of features and security.
Expected Price in Nigeria
This phone is expected to sell between $400 - $700 in US dollars and about N150,000 - N230,000 in Nigerian Naira