Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Rumored Nokia Supreme, aka Nokia 8 Specs

One thing is sure, this year 2017 is gonna be filled with many competitors in the Android market, and the customers will be left with several options of powerful smartphones with incredible specs and features to buy. The game is going to get tighter for many OEMs especially now Nokia is coming back into the game.


Rumored Nokia Supreme, Nokia 8, Nokia release date


Before and after Nokia made an official statement about their coming back into the mobile phone business, as HMD Global, there has been several Leaks and rumors of what appears to be Nokia phones. All these phones were sited at different benchmarking sites like AnTuTu, GFXBench, Weibo, etc. And now the rumors are getting real, there are several other revelations of Nokia's new Android 7.0 Nougat phones like Nokia E1, P1, etc. 

Now, there has been another sighting of what appears to be one of the expected Nokia phones at the which were spotted at CES 2017, (a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow) and the expected rumor spec is as seen below;

·         5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display
·         24MP rear camera with OIS and Super EIS-enabled
·         12MP front facing camera
·         Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC processor
·         6GB RAM size
·         Supports Micro SD Card up to 256GB
·         Comes in two variants, 64GB and 128GB internal
·         Dual front facing speakers
·         Led notification light
·         Nokia logo lights up on on the screen of the phone during boot

You can watch the full YouTube hands-on video below..


These are all rumors, and we'll know for sure if and when Nokia finally release any Android phone to the world for purchase, but until then... 




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