Nokia a well known brand about which we all know. A few months back Nokia came back in Indian as well as in Global Market with there Android Devices. By giving the bang in the market with great sales they came up with another amazing device in India “Nokia 8“. The Nokia 8 is available at the pricing of Rs 36,999. The Device will be available on Amazon.in.
First Nokia 8 was unveiled by HMD Global in August. The main highlight of the device is its Carl Zeiss optics with its dual camera setup and this is not enough both the camera actually takes latest name called up as ‘Bothie’ where both the front and back camera work together while doing a Facebook or a YouTube Live. As per the company this feature is first in the world in any smartphone.
Nokia 8 comes with a 5.3-inch 2K display along with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top of it. The device is powered by Snapdragon 835 which is supported with 4 GB RAM, coupled with a 64GB internal storage which can be expanded to up to 256 GB using microSD Card. The smartphone runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box. The whole device is juiced up with a 3090 mAh battery. Nokia 8 features a 13-megapixel dual camera at the back where one is having a RGB sensor and another one is having a monochrome lens. This is not enough we also get a 13-megapixel camera at the front. The camera setups on the Nokia 8 use Carl Zeiss optics using which it captures really great shots.
Nokia 8 will be available in 3 different colour options – Polished Blue, Tempered blue and Steel, whereas the fourth variant – Polished Copper will go on sale after a few weeks which is one of my favorite personally.
Ajey, HMD Global Vice president and Country Head, India, announced that the Nokia 8 users will also get access to Nokia Mobile Care services, wherein the users can get the smartphone repaired while sitting at home, through the company’s door-to-door service. Ajey further added that all the Nokia smartphones sold in India have been manufactured in India itself, in compliance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ vision.