New Nokia 8, real images are filtered and price in Europe

New nokia 8

There have been leaks about what the new Nokia 8 looks like and not only that, but there are also rumors of what its price might be.

So far this year Nokia has launched three mobile phones: the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and the Nokia 6, which are now available to buy worldwide and not just in China.

How will the new Nokia device?

We’ve been hearing rumors of how the smartphone could outperform these 3 phones for weeks. The Nokia 8 would not only be better in its design but also with regard to its specifications.

In principle Nokia would take time with the development of this new device, but it has not been so far that have leaked some important information about the Nokia 8.

At this point we can get an idea of ​​what this new terminal would look like given the trajectory of the brand, but now there are pictures of what it is really like and what price it will have in Europe once it goes on sale.

New nokia 8
It will have a 13 megapixel dual main camera

In the images we can see a double camera and a physical keypad, among other things. Among the specifications that will have this smartphone we possibly can find a screen QuadHD of 5.3 inches.

In addition, you could have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU with 4/6 GB RAM and 64/128 GB internal storage.

As for its photographic section would have a dual main camera 13 megapixels with a lens of the brand Carl Zeiss, something that would not be bad and a secondary camera or selfie of 12 megapixels.

The price of the new Nokia 8

New nokia 8
The price of this smartphone will be around 500 euros

The new Nokia 8 will be presented on 16 August in London, so we will not have to wait too long to see what information is true and what is not.

On the other hand, the price that Vodafone Romania has given the Nokia 8 are about 517 euros with VAT (19%) already included.

So taking into account that each country has its taxes and that in Spain (21%) are a little higher here we will get a little more expensive.

Via | Forbes


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