One of the most mysterious flagships that people are expecting to see this year is the Nokia 8, given the fact that this is the mobile device with which the Finnish company is looking to recover the customers´ confidence, after several years of being out of the game. Fortunately, new leaks not only suggest that this smartphone will be a reality but also show some of the specs and features that we could see on it quite soon.
The Nokia 8 Will Be An Outstanding Flagship
According to UberGizmo, a couple of images leaked on Anzhou.cn shows a Nokia mobile device that many analysts suggest that it could be the Nokia 8, which packs some incredible hardware under the hood, unlike the Nokia 6, which was characterized for being a mid-range phone that it has been already released in China.
Apparently, the Nokia 8 could sport a 5.7-inch QHD display, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 with 4GB of RAM, which will turn this mobile device into a Holy Grail for the Finnish company, since it could be great enough to meet users´ expectations and compete in the big leagues this year. In fact, the Nokia 8 could be one of the most spectacular smartphones this year.
The Expensive Version Has Incredible Specs And Features
As reported by GSMARENA, things could be even better for the Finnish company, given the fact that there could be another version of the Nokia 8 which could be released with a Snapdragon 835 chipset with 6GB of RAM, a 24 MP OIS + EIS primary camera, and a 12 MP selfie snapper with a dual front-facing speaker. Actually, this outstanding flagship´s storage is reported to be 64GB or 128GB, with a microSD card slot for expanding it. Of course, this would be a more expensive version of the Nokia 8.
Also, it is believed that this mobile device could feature Carl Zeiss optics -as some of the classics devices of the Finnish company-, and there´s a small rectangle in with HR written over it, which suggest that this could be a heart rate monitor. In addition to these details, the specs show the inexistence of front-mounted physical buttons, and an unibody metal design that the Nokia 8 could wear, just as the Nokia 6 released in China.