HMD Global chief executive Arto Nummela told iTWire at the Australian launch of its value 3, 5 and 6 range that it was considering a flagship but the unit volume is in the value to mid-range. With those specifications, however, the Nokia 8 won’t be coming cheap.
There is a chance that Nokia could also embrace the trend with narrow bezels and bigger screen-to-body ratio. Like most of the Nokia’s recent products in the past couple of years, Nokia 8 is manufactured by HMD Global. The device was compared with other smartphones such as Moto X, Pixel 2 XL, and Samsung Galaxy.
Sourced from Scandinavian retailer, it gives a rough estimate on Nokia 8 price as well. We all witnessed the recent announcement of the partnership between HMD Global and Zeiss. Nokia has not announced the price of Nokia 130 in India yet. It would have a whopping 22-megapixel camera on the rear and 12-megapixel camera on the front.
In the era of smartphones, we have nearly forgotten the feature phones, but thanks to Nokia, who brings them back to us. As always, these can make excellent first-time phones or very solid backups. Manufacturers are planning to place Carl Zeiss branded cameras in the Nokia 8 also. The specifications that were indicated in the leaks certainly point to the fact that Nokia is nothing if not persistent.
Nokia 8 is codenamed TA-1004 and will likely be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. For storage goal, people can use the 6GB of RAM. The battery would be 3,800 mAh with Quick Charge 4.0 support.
Starting with the Nokia 105 (2017), the device sports a 1.8-inch QVGA colour display with a screen resolution of 240X320 pixels. The internal storage of this phone is 64/128GB.
As seen on, Nokia’s 5.3-inch flagship bares all, including its 2.5D curved glass front, the almost bezel-free display and (surprise!) its Zeiss-powered dual-lens camera system, reportedly featuring two 13MP sensors.
The smartphone is expected to support 4K video recording and image stabilization.