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Nokia 8 Press Render Leaked Reveals Dual Camera Setup With Zeiss Optics

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Meet Nokia 8, The First Nokia Branded Flagship Device From The Finnish Company HMD Global.

HMD Global, the Finnish company which owns the license to use Nokia’s brand name on phones and tablets recently announced the signing of an exclusive partnership with ZEISS that aims to set new imaging standards within the smartphone industry.

The company is rumoured to launch a flagship device dubbed as Nokia 8 on July, 31st which will feature dual rear camera setup with Zeiss optics. a press render of the device showcasing the rear dual camera setup and Zeiss logo in Blue colour variant was leaked by famous leakstar Evan Blass widely known as @evleaks

Coming to the specifications, The Nokia 8 is rumoured to feature  a 5.3-inch QHD (2,560 x 1,440 pixel) display powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of on-board storage. the device will feature a Fingerprint sensor embedded on the home button with Volume rocker and power button on the right edge of the device as shown in the leaked image.

On the optics front, the device is expected to sport 13-megapixel dual rear camera placed vertically at the back with dual LED flash. currently, there are no reports about the details of front facing camera. the smartphone is expected to run on purest form of Android with the latest  Android 7.1.1 Nougat update out-of-the box with guaranteed monthly security updates.

As per report from Venturebeats the device was recently listed by a Scandinavian retailer with a price tag of €589 (approxt $675)  in Blue, Steel, Gold/Blue, or Gold/Copper colour options.


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