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At Qualcomm`s CES Booth, Nokia 8 With Snapdragon 835 is Shown, including 24MP Camera and More


You thought Nokia 6 will going to be the only device featuring the Finnish Manufacturer name in this year? Then you are wrong my friend. It was Nokia 6 that has dignified the origin of the source so far. The company and Qualcomm took an impudent chance at the latter`s booth on CES. On display was Nokia 8, which will be the company’s flagship[ smartphone for 2017. Qualcomm and Nokia pulled one over this season on CES. The chip maker in US had promised the details fro the Snapdragon 835 at peak. Nevertheless, it looks like, the details were not the only thing present at company’s booth as the device was powered by the Snapdragon 835 and it will launch later this year.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 With Nokia 8 Surface, 24MP Rear Camera & More

As Qualcomm did not allow any photography of the device at its stance. still we managed to get a video showing the smartphone in its total out. As you can take a look below. It is expected that Nokia will launch the device in two variants. One of these will be featuring Snapdragon 821 and other will be Snapdragon 835. Screen size for the device will be at 5.7 inches with the resolution of 2560×1440

Nokia has been reputed to dispatch no less than 7 cell phones this year, so the presence of a top of the line lead isn’t a shock. The Nokia 8 will likewise include two distinctive stockpiling variations: 64GB and 128GB. SD card support will be on both gadgets, with development for up to 256GB. Another exceptionally noteworthy element for the Nokia 8 is the back camera. It’ll highlight a determination of 24MP and Carl Zeiss optics. The back camera sensor will likewise bolster OIS and Super EIS.

At the front of the gadget, you’ll get a 12MP auxiliary camera and double speakers. Nokia won’t take after the overarching pattern in the lead world and will dispatch the Nokia 8 with a level screen. On paper, the gadget looks comparable to any lead, with 4GB of RAM. it will launch at the MWC, so there is still some f the time left as we get to our eyes and hands on it. Till then, keep our fingers crossed.


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