HMD Global is set to release this month the most expensive Nokia phone in history. The launched smartphones are available for pre-order, and the devices promise to deliver the flawless smartphone experience for first-time users. Not too long ago, there were several leaks about Nokia working on two different flagship devices: the Nokia 8 and Nokia 9.
Nokia 8 is expected to have a 22-megapixel dual Carl-Zeiss rear camera and a 12-megapixel front facing camera. The alleged model number, TA-1004 was also spotted earlier on the benchmark websites like Antutu and GeekBench. Nokia 8 should be out in blue, silver, Golden-blue and Golden-copper hues of its metal casing, and its price will be around 590 euros.
The Nokia 9 smartphone will also be powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 SoC, along with 8GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. The report also hints that the smartphone may be launched in two variants - one with the dual-SIM card slot, while the second model may come with single SIM slot.
That being said, it's highly possible that the main camera of the Nokia 8 may sport ZEISS branded high-quality lens. Blue, Steel, Gold/Blue and Gold/Copper.
Nokia 8 to be priced at Rs 43400 with global launch on July 31
According to a report by Android Headlines, YouTube user "Concept Creator" recently published a video on the platform, which indicated the Nokia was working on a new smartphone - dubbed "Nokia #Edge" - that will come equipped with a curved display. This price details in reportedly for the European market, and the device is expected to come with a cheaper price tag in other markets. For comparison, the iPhone 7 costs Rs 47,699, and the Galaxy S8 sells for Rs 57,900.
At this point, Nokia 8 remains a mysterious smartphone. We all witnessed the recent announcement of the partnership between HMD Global and Zeiss.
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