Upcoming flagship android smartphones in 2017

Upcoming flagship android smartphones in 2017

Upcoming flagship android smartphones in 2017

We have been teased with glimpses of the devices for quite a while and finally with everything on the table, we can make an assessment, if it is the NOKIA-Droid that all enthusiasts have been waiting since the company stepped into the smartphone sphere or will HMD have to return to the drawing board. Do you want to get more information about upcoming Nokia handsets and cannot wait till launch? Now we're getting a look at the company's first flagship.

Software-wise, the Nokia 8 ships with Android Nougat, the latest and greatest version of Android. When it comes to cameras, you'll find 13MP sensors on both the front and back of the Nokia 8 with Zeiss optics. On the front, there is a 13MP camera with an aperture of f/2.0 and phase detection autofocus for selfies.

The performance problems that plagued budget Nokia devices recently shouldn't be a problem on the 8. The Nokia 8 will indeed have the Snapdragon 835 SoC with 4GB of RAM (although one variant will have 6GB) and 64GB of UFS2.1 internal storage.

Below are the rumoured yet widely circulating pictures of Nokia 8.

The handset will likely sport a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display of at least 5.3 inches. The Nokia branding appears on the top right corner of the phone. This will allow better sunlight legibility to the smartphone.

At this price, though, the Nokia 8 faces stiff competition.

Nokia 8, the much-rumoured, oft-leaked, 2017 Android flagship smartphone of HMD Global has been officially unveiled in London.

Nokia 8 houses a dual rear camera setup that comes combined with one 13-megapixel RGB sensor with OIS and a 12-megapixel Monochrome sensor. There is no word on a selfie flash, though. HMD has used the audio technology in their phone.

So, without further ado, let us dive into the details. In an interview, Nokia spokespeople noted how they had taken design cues from furniture, particularly lamps. HMD Global had already cleared that monthly security updates and timely Android updates will be made available to the Nokia devices.

Nokia has chosen to launch its new smartphones as pure Android, avoiding the heavy customisation that the likes of LG and Samsung a known for, instead offering a phone that's closer to Google's Pixel, or the Moto handsets.

There are curved edges, while the front retains capacitive buttons flanking the home and fingerprint sensor.

As for the all-important price, it's set at €599 for when the phone goes on sale in September.

The Nokia 8 also features a 3090mAh battery, a USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on board. Today, its first flagship smartphone was announced.

In a recent demo Nokia showcased the feature with a perfectly lit reaction clip of a hapless boyfriend trying scorpion for the first time. The launch event can also be caught at their YouTube pages.

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