Nokia 8 expected to launch with Snapdragon 835 on July 31

Nokia 8 expected to launch with Snapdragon 835 on July 31

Nokia 8 expected to launch with Snapdragon 835 on July 31

It's reportedly going to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM.

Nokia 105 will come in white, blue and black shading variants while Nokia 130 will come in Red, Black and Grey shading variations. Venture Beat and WinFuture both report that HMD will launch a Nokia 8 handset on July 31st, with dual-cameras. The Nokia 6 has 64GB of internal memory which is further expandable to 128 GB with the help of Micro SD card. However, as of now, we are pretty much not sure about Nokia 9 as the new reports hint at the launch and price tag of Nokia 8 alone. A leaked image accompanying the VentureBeat story shows a fingerprint icon in the bottom left corner of the display, though it looks like the Nokia 8 will still sport a physical home button.

Holding HMD Global announced classic cell phones Nokia 105 and Nokia 130, aimed at all people without exception, because someone, for whatever reasons, can not afford even a simple smartphone, and someone deliberately refuses smart dialer in favor of such phones. Earlier information indicated that the Nokia 8 might ship with a 5.7-inch Quad HD ( 2560 x 1440) display, and dual 13-megapixel cameras. This was followed by the launch of a mid-range category of smartphones such as Nokia 3, 5 and 6 to name a few.

In common with all Nokia Android phones we can expect a premium design and a pure software experience that comes with timely operating system updates. There are all sorts of rumours about HMD Global's upcoming flagship smartphone. It also features a VGA camera.

Sourced from Scandinavian retailer, it gives a rough estimate on Nokia 8 price as well.

Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global said "We understand that people who are looking for great feature phones are motivated by different needs". Nokia 130 will be sold for $21.50. Instead, it'd be from HMD Global, which acquired the rights to the Nokia brand for use on its phones past year and is headed by former Nokia execs.

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