Latest Images of Nokia 8 Leaked with the feature of dual-camera

Nokia 8 unseen photos

We all know that Nokia was lost for couple of year. They stopped their production of mobiles! Now after a long time Nokia is back with a bang!

Nokia 8
Nokia 8

Finnish startup HMD Global have released three Android-based Nokia smartphones earlier this year, by making a dramatic come of iconic brand Nokia. The Nokia 3, 5 and 6 were targeted at entry and mid-range users. However, Nokia is not resting on its laurels as the company might be gearing up to launch a new model – the Nokia 8.


A tech insider Evan Blass of nokia has leaked those images, known as evleaks. It is said that those model will have similar features, that means those smartphones will have a lot of similarity from inside to outside.


Although, the image also showed an interesting feature – the Carl Zeiss-branded rear dual camera.

We have got just one photo of Nokia 8. It looks amazing!

Those two brand have worked together for Nokia’s N series and Nokia Lumia Devices. They got huge success. (Also Read:

A source noted that according to various benchmarking apps, the Nokia 8 might sport a 5.3in QHD screen, with a top-of-the-range Snapdragon 835 chipset, either 4GB or 6GB RAM and dual 13-megapixel rear cameras.

Nokia 8 is expected to run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

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Based on the rumored specs, the smartphone will most probably be competing in the top-end market, making the already fiercely competitive segment even more interesting moving forward.

According to Blass, the model might be launched globally at the end of the month. (Also Read: Instagram With Two news features in Instagram Direct)

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