However, a Scandinavian retailer has claimed only Nokia 8 will hit stores on July 31, 2017, at a price of €589 (approximately Rs 43,415). According to HMD Global, the all new Nokia 105 will be available in either single or dual-SIM version. The device comes in four colours options - matte black, silver, tempered blue and copper. If you are not aware, HMD Global is a Finnish start-up company, which has the official permit to manufacture, distribute and sell Nokia-branded smartphones worldwide.
Nokia 8, model-number TA-1004, is rumored to feature a Quad HD 5.3-inch display with a resolution of 1440x2560 pixels and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Some evidence on these points came from a supposed real-life Nokia 8 unit, albeit a camouflaged one, though it went by 9 at the time.
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It looks like every two years or so Nokia, or in this case, HMD Global is launching a new version of the Nokia 105 feature phone.
The publication, however, noted that the reported model could also be the Nokia 9 as it is also due for release in the second quarter of the year. We need to wait until July 31 to know more about the upcoming Nokia smartphone. On the software front, the Nokia 8 will run on Google's Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system out-of-the-box.
Given Nokia/HMD's recent Carl Zeiss partnership, it nearly sounds disappointing if the Nokia 8 won't have an exceptional camera, which, these days, mostly means two of them. There is also a possibility that the device may sport ZEISS lens-backed high-quality camera setup, as HMD Global has recently announced a partnership with German optics company with ZEISS lens. It may be different from the handsets it has released so far in that it's expected to feature flagship-level specifications.