However, perhaps the biggest news to come out of this leak is a clear look at the dual cameras on the back of the Nokia 8.
We will surely update you if anything new comes up relating to Nokia 8 phone.
As seen on, Nokia's 5.3-inch flagship bares all, including its 2.5D curved glass front, the almost bezel-free display and (surprise!) its Zeiss-powered dual-lens camera system, reportedly featuring two 13MP sensors.
HMD Global is bringing the Nokia 8 to Europe and may be available in four color options: Gold/Copper, Gold/Blue, Steel, or Blue.
Nokia 8 images leaked, confirm Zeiss branded dual cameras
Rumours and leaks up until now have largely pointed that the Nokia 8 and Nokia 9 would be launched in the second-half of the year. The price is being reported at about 589 euros, about $675 here in the United States, potentially less depending on how Nokia converts things.
Earlier this year, Nokia made its much-awaited comeback with three Android smartphones along with the iconic feature phone, Nokia 3310.
The new feature phone comes with a polycarbonate casing thus minimising the visual impact of knocks and bumps that your phone may have in daily usage. Apart from the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, some other phones using a Snapdragon 835 variant include Sony Xperia XZ Premium, Xiaomi Mi 6, HTC U11, OnePlus 5, and ZTE Nubia Z17, among many others. Earlier this month, HMD Global together with Carl Zeiss, a company known for its high-end photography lenses equipment, announced a strategic partnership. On the software front, the smartphone is likely to run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.
The image shows a more refined version of the handset which appeared prematurely in a Nokia promotional video back in May.
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