The Nokia 8 is designed to create a assertion:the world’s once-dominant mobile phone brand name is back again. Not really that the 8 is the first brand-new Android smartphone by Nokia. There is the more affordable Nokia 3, and it has also launched mid-range Nokia 5 and 6 mobile phone models. But the Nokia 8 is the most crucial – the premium
phone that’s set to be competitive with the likes of the Apple iPhone and the Galaxy S8.
It’s beautifully slim, measuring 7.3mm,and mainly because it’s hewn from a single block of
aluminium it has a solid design just like couple of other mobile phones. Its fantastic edges and rounded sides guarantee that it sits comfortably in the hand,and make it very easy to access the front-mounted fingerprint reader without the need of adjusting your grip
or shuffling the cellphone about in your hand.It is definitely not an edge-to-edge design, like as the Samsung Galaxy S8’s or the LG G6’s, but at 5.3in all over the diagonal it’s a really good size,and its 2,560 x 1,440 image resolution converts to an impeccably sharp 554ppi. It’s super-bright also,striking a blinding 663cd/m2, so all the things looks brilliantly colored. A coating of Gorilla Glass 5 implies it also has a very good chance of surviving accidental drops with no shattering.
There is even much better news when it comes to battery “lifetime”. The marketing
has created a lot of the Nokia 8’s “innovative heat management solution” – an internal liquid cooling system that’s developed to draw heat aside from the chipset.The concept is to extend battery life by trying to keep temperature ranges to a minimum,
and we have to claim, it works very good!
Together with this in place, the Nokia 8 played back constant video for a 18hrs 46mins on a single charge. That puts it ahead of the greatest that Apple, Samsung and Sony have to give; in this specific class, just the OnePlus 5’s 20hrs 40mins could defeat Nokia 8.
At the backside of the Nokia 8 is located a 13-megapixel Zeiss-branded
camera. In simple fact, it’s a dual-camera arrangement: in addition to your typical RGB sensor,there is an f/2.0 monochrome sensor that’s used to handle fine detail.
The front side camera also uses a 13MP sensor, and it’s possible to switch on
both cameras at once, to shoot what Nokia is optimistically naming a “bothie”. The resultant image displays both the scene in front of you and, to the side, your reaction to it.
It’s a enjoyable tiny option, and it works with video as well as still images; We can notice it catching on for FB and YouTube live streams.
With Google Photos free unlimited high quality storage space.
A very first for smartphones, the unique Dual-Sight mode lets you use both front and back cameras simultaneously for split-screen photos and video.The Nokia 8 is an beautiful and powerful smartphone, no question about that. Everything about it high-quality, from the high-res display screen to the outstanding battery life – and,
gladly, Nokia has equipped it with stock Android. The selling price is competitive with other flagship mobile phones as well; it’s really worth saying that you get 64GB of onboard storage space, which can be enhanced by up to 256GB through a microSD slot.
Nokia 8 SPECS :
Octa-core 2.45GHz/1.9GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor l 4GB RAM l
Adreno 540 graphics l 5.3in IPS screen, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution l 64GB storage l microSD
slot l dual 13MP rear camera l 13MP front camera l 802.11ac Wi-Fi l Bluetooth 5 l NFC l
USB-C connector l 3,090mAh battery l Android 7.1 l 74 x 7.9 x 152mm (WDH) l 160g l
Camera and flash
Primary camera 13 MP (Colour + OIS) + 13 MP (Mono), 1.12um, f/2.0, 76.9˚, PDAF, IR range finder, dual tone flash
Front-facing camera 13 MP PDAF, 1.12um, f/2.0, 78.4˚, display flash.
Display-Size and type 5.3” IPS QHD
Resolution 2560 x 1440
Material Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5, 2.5D Glass
Colors- Polished Blue, Tempered Blue, Steel, Polished Copper
Nokia 8 price: £499