We all know very well that how the Finnish company Nokia hit the market with its extraordinary Android smartphones. As we all know that as soon as the Finnish company arrived with its Android powered smartphone in the market for sale, users responded spontaneously and supportively as well as positively.
The Finnish company Nokia hit the market with its Android powered smartphone, Nokia 6, which was turning to be a huge hit, as just under 60 seconds of sale more than 6,00,000 units were sold. Hence, JD.com closed its flash sales simply to limit the orders.
However, apart from all these things the tech giant Apple is also about to launch its next flagship device, of course, the iPhone 8 very soon. The Finnish company’s first Android smartphone, the Nokia 6 which was actually a mid-range device has just made a comeback whose craze created lots of spark in users about the upcoming Nokia 8 that is yet to be revealed.
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Yes, the Nokia 8, it will be a high-end smartphone and it is already compared with the upcoming iPhone 8 and the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8.
Now if we talk about the specification of this flagship Nokia smartphone, of course, the Nokia 8, then it is expected to feature 5.7 inches screen with the resolution of 2560×1440, 24MP rear camera along with the Carl Zeiss optics that will support OIS and Super EIS, hold on as the front one will feature 12MP camera along with dual speakers.
While if we talk about the RAM, storage and processor then let me clarify that the Nokia 8 will feature Snapdragon 835 processor and will have 6GB or 8GB of RAM later which may vary and will have internal memory of 128GB and not only that even it will also support the microSD card which can be expanded up to 256GB.
According to the expected specifications of upcoming flagship smartphone of the Finnish company Nokia, of course, the Nokia 8 seems that it will surely dominate the smartphone industry. However, we would love to know your views and thoughts in the comment box below, so do not forget to do so.