Nokia, under the leadership of HMD Global, will release its flagship phone later this year. In terms of options, the Nokia 8 will come in four colour variants: Blue, Steel, Gold/Blue, and Gold/Copper. It seems that HMD is sticking with physical keys and larger display bezels for its Nokia-branded flagship device.
In common with all Nokia Android phones we can expect a premium design and a pure software experience that comes with timely operating system updates. We know that HMD Global has partnered up with Zeiss Optics for the cameras of the upcoming devices. It's said that the company has a new handset in the pipeline called the Nokia 8.
The price of Nokia 8 is expected to be €589 (approx Rs 43,415) in Europe.
The Nokia 130 costs $21.50 and will be available in Black, Gray, and Red color variants.
Recent reports have claimed it'll have a top-end Snapdragon 835 processor with up to 6GB RAM. To be clear, this phone would not come from Nokia, the storied smartphone maker that floundered with Microsoft as Android and the iPhone came to power, then got out of making handsets entirely. WinFuture.de also suggests that the smartphone may be launched in two variants - one with Single-Sim slot and the other with Dual-Sim card slot. It has a dual-camera setup with 13 megapixels each.
Seeing as how the Nokia 8 will be going up against the current crop of 2017 Android flagships, it will have specs to match.