This leaked image appeared shortly after HMD Global licensed Nokia disclose cooperation with Zeiss, which had once become the hallmark of Nokia phones, the cameras with the label Zeiss.
Nokia 8 reportedly will be launched on 31 July, and is equipped with two rear cameras. Both rear cameras each have a resolution of 13 megapixels, and use a lens made by Carl Zeiss.
This flagship phone will reportedly use a 5.3 inch screen with QHD resolution aka 2560 x 1440 pixels. The selected processor is Snapdragon 835, with a choice of 4 or 6 GB RAM and 64 GB storage.
Although from the photos circulating Nokia 8 has a blue color, later when it was released the phone will also be available in silver and gold, as quoted from The Verge.
Like other Nokia Android phones, Nokia 8 will also be using Android 7.1.1 plain. But unfortunately, although classified as a flagship phone, Nokia 8 looks still using the old design, the capacitive button on the bottom and a thick bezel.
But it seems the selling value of Nokia 8 is not in terms of design, but the price and quality of the camera. Although the quality of the camera may not be as high as the PureView series, which engineers have been pulled by Apple when Microsoft acquired the Nokia mobile phone business.