Nokia 8 will show in the current month

Pablo Tucker
July 17, 2017

The smartphone features 32 GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM. It has been reportedly been preparing to debut the company's flagship device which is called the Nokia 8 touted to the Android alternative to Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, featuring dual-camera systems and powerful hardware like Snapdragon 835 chip. Also, it is expected that the Nokia 8 phone will be priced over Rs 40,000 competing in the premium smartphone segment.

However, Nokia pulled a last minute swerve and has chose to name it Nokia 8. According to preliminary data, Nokia 8 has passed a series of tests among the main regulators, however, neither the FCC or TENAA while that is not leaking information about it. In the WinFuture report, it is stated that the model number of the Nokia device will be TA-1004. The all new Nokia 105 has 4MB RAM and 4MB ROM inside, as well as a removable 800 mAh battery, which is supposed to provide users up to 15 hours talk time. In most European markets, the price will likely be the same as in the Scandinavian region. The specifications that were indicated in the leaks certainly point to the fact that Nokia is nothing if not persistent. 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. Now it appears the Finnish company has finally chose to launch its first high-end phone, and it will be marketed as the Nokia 8.


The much anticipated and the redefining Nokia Android phone is expected to launch soon.

Nokia official websiteThe Nokia 6 (in photo) has been met with good reviews.


Given Nokia/HMD's recent Carl Zeiss partnership, it nearly sounds disappointing if the Nokia 8 won't have an exceptional camera, which, these days, mostly means two of them. Even if the handset isn't officially announced this month, we do expect it to launch before the end of the current quarter. Nokia 8 is expected to feature two cameras, each of 13 Megapixels on the back.


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