He said in an interview on Wednesday that they are not planning to bring the Nokia 8 to the United States at this stage. The smartphone has a striking resemblance to the mid-range Nokia 6 launched earlier this year. With great power, comes great cooling technology – copper pipes are used to stop it overheating.
With the 13-megapixel dual rear cameras as well as the 13-megapixel camera at front, the Nokia 8 supports the new “bothie” feature from the company.
As you can check in the screenshot that one of our readers from Poland has sent us, it is available now in at least some markets.
Nokia 8, the most powerful phone from the Finnish company has finally landed on our shores and it comes with the latest Snapdragon processor to keep up with all your mobile needs. It has 4GB RAM, has 64GB of internal storage but can be expanded to 256GB through a microSD card. The selfie camera is also a 13MP sensor. We can see it catching on.
There is also the Nokia Active Wireless Headsets which matches perfectly with the Nokia 8 and it is dust, water, and sweat proof.
Here are some of the specs of the Nokia 8, which won’t be seeing a United States release in the near future. It’s literally a one-click addition that streamlines the transition from phone use to app use. That means, the Nokia 5 and other three devices will be getting Android Oreo for sure.
There’s a new Nokia flagship in town.
Alternatively, the phone will be available to buy outright for R9,499: a very competitive figure, given that the latest i-Phone 7 prices range from R10,000 – R16,000.