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Back in February of this year, we reported on Nokia relaunching their signature 3310 phone. Of course, we all know the 3310 to be the world's most indestructible and dare I say, most reliable phone—to this day. Sadly, we won't be reporting on the 3310 again today, but rather the Nokia 8, a soon to be released smartphone that's creating quite a bit of buzz in the tech community.
According to Stuff Magazine there's a few areas to be highlighted on what this new Nokia flagship is all about! Of course, as with all things in the tech industry, this information is likely to change. I mean, just think about how many times the iPhone 8 release has been speculated then delayed, then speculated again, and then, yup, you guessed it! Delayed again.
- "According to Winfuture.de, the Nokia 8 will be officially revealed on the 31st of July.That would leave enough of a gap between the 8’s arrival and the inevitable Samsung Galaxy Not e8 launch in August, iPhone 8 in September and the Google Pixel 2 in October."
"Nokia doesn’t currently have a flagship phone for us to compare prices to, but it doesn’t take a genius to see what other brands are selling their high-end phones for, and guess where Nokia will hitch its wagon. Current speculation has the price pegged at €589 in the Nordic regions, so it should arrive at a slightly lower price in the rest of Europe."
Currently, the information regarding US prices still remain to be seen, but of course, we'll keep you guys posted—should the information be made available!
- "If there's one thing we can be fairly certain of, it's what the Nokia 8 will look like. That's because Nokia has an established design which has already shown up in the less expensive Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.That means a mix of aluminium and glass, with minimal lines and angles. Expect metal shades, rather than colourful hues, with at least four colour choices mentioned so far: "blue", "steel", "gold/blue" and "gold/copper". Around the back, there'll be at least one camera - although a dual camera setup has been rumoured for a while. That would certainly put it on par with the gaggle of dual-cam phones currently doing the rounds."
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