Nokia 2 reportedly passes FCC certification: Specifications and features

Isaac Cain
August 12, 2017

The Nokia 8 is supposed to compete directly against the best Android devices out there and the iPhone 8, reports have shown. Even before its release date was leaked, the smartphone had been spotted nearly everywhere, revealing a lot of its secrets. The corners of the device look slightly rounded in recent leaks, whereas its dual camera setup slightly protrudes from the case. The phone is rumoured to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor under the hood, paired with 1GB of RAM - which is fairly less when compared to the higher offerings by other budget smartphones. The device is expected to feature 16GB inbuilt storage with expandable support. Apparently, the Nokia 8 will feature three camera modes: RGB, Dual-Camera, and Mono. The Nokia 8 may get announced as the first non-Google phone with Android O and possibly start shipping in few weeks. These are the first smartphone have been spotted with the specifications on the benchmark site. Both phones can be pre-ordered via and Clove UK, with the latter stating these arrival dates are direct from HMD itself. At the bottom, the phone is expected to house a capacitive touch based home and navigation button. There have been rumors of an iris scanner as well, though no reliable information on the matter emerged so far. Coming to the back, we can see the camera module along with the LED flash. According to this new listing, the Nokia 8, codenamed "Unknown Heart", is about to come with Android 8.0 straight out of the box.

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1/8/18: Nokia's soon-to-be-launched flagship might not be as expensive as first thought. The design also hints that the upcoming phone will pack a 5-inch display. Meanwhile, the Nokia 5 will be coming on July 19 for £179.99. "Add to that classic, timeless looks and you have what is simply a great phone - the Nokia 105". The same source claims that the handset will fetch €589 (around £520) when it goes on sale, less than the €749 price tag previously mooted.

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