Now that Nokia is back in reckoning, we (and many, many others, we are sure) are anxiously awaiting the company’s flagship smartphone after it outed a couple of budget ones.
Going by the word on the Internet, our wish is soon to come true as a new premium smartphone, called the Nokia 8 (that we told you earlier about, too), is in the offing, and is going to be unveiled soon enough.
The most recent news about the phone, stemming from celebrated leakster Evan Blass, has shed light on how the phone may turn out to be like, eventually.
The image indicates that the design of the rejuvenated Nokia’s first flagship will take off from the trio of devices that the company released in spring this year, and will the first amongst the new Nokia progeny to sport a dual camera unit (vertically placed in this case) on the back that too, with Carl Zeiss branding.
The other rumored specifications of the phone include a 5.3-inch display with QHD resolution, Snapdragon 835 chipset, Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS, twin 13MP cameras with Carl Zeiss optics, as well as the possibility of two variants differing on the RAM (4GB and 6GB).
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 17, 2017
Some reports have also emerged claiming that the phone would be out as early as July 31, with the device’s recent appearance on benchmark websites and its listing in the Scandinavian market giving rise to the notion that it may very well be a distinct possibility.
Rest assured, Nokia has set up an interesting premise regarding its flagship, although nothing can be confirmed until the company itself lets out a word.