Samsung S8 vs Nokia 8: Which Smartphone Are You Most Looking Forward To?
The first brand new Nokia phone has unveiled only a few weeks ago, the kind of flagship device that we would expect to take on the iPhone 8 and the Galaxy S8 this year. While the Nokia 6 is an affordable handset that targets the Chinese market, HMD is working closely on a few additional Nokia handsets that are supposed to be announced later this year, and the company may soon launch a Nokia 8 a flagship killer to compete against Apple's and Samsung's incoming flagships.
The Samsung Galaxy S8: Expected Design, Specs And Features
A lot of us are expecting great things from the Galaxy S8, with speculations that the device will come with a dual-lens camera, a 4200mAh battery, a whopping 6GB of RAM, an iris scanner, an AI assistant and with a curved QHD or 4K screen design. Samsung may use Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835. It will also sport a 30-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization, paired with a 9-megapixel front-facing snapper. The batteries could be the same size as last year's phones, which would mean 3000mAh for the S8 and 3600mAh for the Galaxy S8 Plus. In addition, there will be a new version of fast charging or fast wireless charging that will be expected from Samsung's highly anticipated smartphone.
The Nokia 8: Expected Design, Specs And Features
The biggest "leak" of this year and that's getting a lot of attention came out of CES, suggesting to be the Nokia 8. The phone has been tipped to come with no physical buttons. It is set to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, a new chipset for 2017, and that's a rumor that's already appeared, packed with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage options. Moreover, the Nokia 8 will sport a 22.6-megapixel camera and that would have an advanced camera with Zeiss optics. Extra features suggest that there might be a heart-rate monitor functionality available with the phone.
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