HMD Global owned Nokia launched it’s much awaited smartphone Nokia 8.
Nokia 8 is a first flagship android smartphone backed by HMD Global.
Made up of 6000 series Aluminium it is a full metal unibody smartphone with a polished mirror finish. Nokia 8 has 5.3 inch 2k polarised display with protected by Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5.
We saw Nokia 8’s main attraction point was Bothie. A feature which can take photos from both front and rear camera at a same time in Nokia 8’s 5.3 inch display. Bothie makes front and rear camera capture photos in a split screen . With Nokia 8’s 13MP camera it will be possible to live stream videos at Facebook Live and YouTube Live with a single touch.
Nokia 8 spots a 13 MP rear and 13 MP front with Carl Zeiss optics. Rear camera comes with dual led flash with PDAF and OIS and front camera has wide angle shots and PDAF for selfie.
A hot feature of Nokia 8 is it’s sound quality. With OZO Audio technology Nokia became the 1st ever smartphone to have it. According to Nokia ” Nokia 8 is packed by OZO spatial 360° Audio which is used by Hollywood filmmakers”.
Nokia 8 also supports 4K recording. 4K with OZO Audio could possibly give best video capturing and playback experience to users. It supports 3.5 mm headphone jack for best sound experience.
Nokia will be running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Soc which is also used by other flagship smartphone like Galaxy S8 and One Plus 5.
Nokia 8 is certified to IP54 which makes it Splashproof.
Nokia 8 is packed with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal memory which can expanded upto 256 GB by Micro SD Card.
Nokia 8 spots Android Nougat 7.1.1. According to Nokia, Nokia 8 will be on Android O. Out of the box Nokia 8 will be having Nougat but a quick update will make this device to roll for Android O.
Nokia 8 is a hybrid which supprts 1 Sim Card and one Micro SD card at same time or 2 Sim Cards. With 3090 mAh2 battery Nokia 8 supports type C charge for fast charging.
Costing to $702 Nokia 8 will be available in market from September. In India Nokia 8 could be available possibly from October.