Nokia is the popular smartphone maker company and it is well known for designing the rough and tough smartphone devices. Nokia 8 will be the first smartphone to be launched by the company and the company aims to acquire largest share of smartphone sale in Europe. In order to compete with Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the iPhone 8, Nokia wants to make it’s Nokia 8 device the best one.
Nokia which is recently known as HMD Global has decided to equip its smartphone device with all the top-notched features and eminent technologies which can make the device to stand out of the crowd. However, in spite of all these features, it is seen that Nokia 8 is lagging somewhere which may restrict it from competing against the Galaxy Note 8 and the iPhone 8 device.
Many leaked rumours and images stating the design and specification of the Nokia 8 device was launched last month. Some of the rumours stated that the device will have a similar design as that of Nokia 6 but now this rumour turns out to be false. Coming to the specification of the device, the Nokia 8 will flaunt its 5.3-inch display and will have improved 2,560×1,440 resolution and display which shows date, time, battery life and notifications.
The internal specification of the Nokia 8 device stated that it will be powered by latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor along with 64 GB internal storage capacity which is expandable. The most striking feature of the Nokia 8 device as stated by the HMD Global says that the Nokia 8 users will experience the new Android Updates on the same day when the updates roll out.
As of now, the device will be shipped with latest Android O mobile operating system. The Nokia 8b device will have a price tag of $700 and will be first rolled out in Europe. The dual cameras feature will be also equipped with the device. The device will be available in blue hue as well which will have a huge 6 GB RAM and 128 GB onboard storage. Nokia 8 is bundled with all the exciting and latest features which will surely boost the revenue of the company and attract a large volume of customers.