Jul 21, 2017 04:04 PM EDT
HMD Global is having the manufacturing rights of Nokia-branded smartphones and the company is said to launch next flagship Nokia 8 anytime. The smartphone has been spotted on a number of times, now it has been leaked on the company's official website in China.
A user on the Chinese website Baidu has managed to take a screenshot of what said to be the official Nokia 8 page. The web page has been taken down by the company; however, it officially confirms the existence of the Nokia 8. Moreover, the date mentioned at the render suggests that the Nokia 8 could be launched in China anytime, as reported by Indian Express.
The Nokia 8's design looks like the previously leaked renders. The device comes with a large display and 2.5D curved glass on the top. It comes with capacitive buttons and also a fingerprint scanner embedded into the home button. The leaked phone in the screenshot looks in a blue color, though the company is planning to bring the Nokia 8 in steel, gold/blue, and gold/blue options as well.
The Nokia 8 will feature 13-megapixel vertically dual cameras. The dual cameras will be accompanied by a laser autofocus sensor and a dual-tone LED flash. The dual camera setup with Carl Zeiss branding is also clearly evident in the leaked renders.
According to Phone Arena, inside, the Nokia 8 is expected to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of onboard storage. The device will have dual-SIM slots and will be running on the Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box.
For the price, WinFuture reports that the Nokia 8 will cost €589 which is around $685 in Scandinavian countries. In other European countries, the price is said to be somewhat lower. The Nokia 8 is expected to arrive at the end of this month, on July 31.
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