Nokia 8 Flagship Expected At MWC With Snapdragon 835

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Off the back of the Nokia 6 launch, HMD Global are now believed to have a Nokia 8 flagship for launch at MWC!

Over in China the first-ever Nokia smartphone with Android OS was launched. The Nokia 6 as it is called is a mid-range smartphone with Snapdragon 430 chipset and designed to be a decent all rounder, but what if we fancied something a little more up market?

Well according to reports we could see the launch of the Nokia 8 as early as MWC and it will be a true flagship handset.

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The upcoming phone is thought to be named the Nokia 8 and like the 6 will come with a Qualcomm chipset, this time around the powerful Snapdragon 835 will be the beating heart at the centre of the device (a more affordable Snapdragon 821 version is also rumoured).

On top of the significant processor upgrade, the HMD made Nokia 8 is said to have impressive camera hardware including a 24 mega-pixel sensor, OIS and EIS. Over flagship features include a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD display, dual front-facing speakers, front 12 mega-pixel camera, 128GB storage, SD support and Android 7.0.

The video below is believed to show design aspects of the upcoming Nokia 8:

So a new Nokia flagship for MWC and a decent one at that! Sounds pretty exciting to us.

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  1. Ismael Aparecido Da Silva Cand
    January 12, 2017

    Em termo de durabilidade os aparelhos da Nokia são imbatível, a gigante está de volta.

  2. Okabe
    January 12, 2017

    Better source Total Tech if you gonna use his work

    • Adam less
      January 12, 2017

      Facts!!! Gotta love that they screw over TK and slob on Evans nob

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    January 12, 2017

    $400 AT THE VERY LEAST !

    • Razor
      January 12, 2017

      I highly doubt nokia is going to price it that cheap. At the very least its going to be somewhere around $500 at best. The cheaper version might be at similar $400 price.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 12, 2017

        that’s outrageous !

        it won’t sell at ANYTHING beyond $350 ANYWAY !

        $400 was a WILD , WIIIIILLLD guess given how overpriced Nokia phones are , by nature !

        the closer it gets to $300 , the more chances of it selling like hot cakes.

        say what you want , Xiaomi AND Le Eco will inevitably come in with a cheaper SD 835 handset and takeaway all the market share Nokia intends to gain!