Nokia 8 with Android 8.0 Oreo is reliable,has a long battery life,an impressive dual sight mode camera and a bright and sharp display.
The metallic back and the slim design makes it nice to hold.It features a 13 MP dual image-fusion rear camera with both colour and monochrome sensors, plus a wide-angle 13 MP phase detection auto-focus front camera.
It is reliable and is able to run different applications at once without overheating.It has Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile Platform designed to give you excellent battery life and improved superior graphics performance.It has 4 GB RAM with 64 GB mass storage and MicroSD card support up to 256 GB.
There are no complaints with the Nokia 8’s performance or specs.It shows off media and web content impeccably.It has taken the decision to opt for LCD over OLED and this display is a great.Nokia 8 packs a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 13-megapixel front shooter for selfies.The Dual-Sight mode lets you use both front and back cameras simultaneously for split-screen photos and video.
However Nokia 8 lacks some cutting-edge features for a high-end phone like waterproofing and a front camera with a flash.It also has a tiny fingerprint sensor compared to others.The also phone should have certainly made a much bigger visual impact.The phone is “good,” but not great for a company trying to make a comeback.It doesn’t beat the curved-screen and water-resistant Galaxy S8.
There are numerous Android handsets in the market that fit this description.Nokia should have done something to distinguish itself from the rest given the brand’s heritage.
Nokia was beloved for its impeccable hardware design and quality before other phones arrived on the scene. This is the reason Nokia 8 will probably be scrutinized above all others.The phone is impressive but lacks the wow factor.
Nokia used to be one of the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturers but it fell behind with the advent of iPhone and Android smartphones. In 2014, Nokia’s Devices and Services division was sold to Microsoft. In 2016, Finnish company HMD Global bought a part of Microsoft’s feature phone business and has a licensing agreement that allows it to make smartphones under the Nokia brand.