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NOKIA 8 REVIEW
Apr 23, 2018 01:08 PM 821 Views

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The Nokia 8 packs the Snapdragon 835 SoC - a chip that almost all current-technology Android flagships are built around - and is derived with near-inventory Android. That way, there’s little room for differentiation in terms of specifications or software. Instead, like many different OEMs, HMD is pinning its hopes on the digicam to behave because the big promoting proposition for its maximum expensive cell phone till date.


To that stop, HMD has revived Nokia’s iconic partnership with Carl Zeiss AG - the brand that lent its call to many well-known Nokia digital camera telephones back within the day - for the front and rear cameras of the Nokia eight. The telephone also packs some new tricks just like the capability to capture ‘paths and file spatial 360O audio thanks to generation borrowed from Nokia’s Ozo digicam. Is that sufficient to make the Nokia 8 stand out in a crowded market? Let’s discover.


At first glance, there’s nothing striking about the Nokia eight, specifically from the front. It has a fairly trendy layout, with the 5. Three-inch display dominating most of the front, and skinny, but substantive borders on the left and proper. Below the show is the oval domestic button with an integrated fingerprint scanner, flanked via the capacitive Back and Recent buttons on either facet. There’s an earpiece above the show, with a selfie digital camera to its left and a Nokia brand at the some distance right. The bottom edge of the Nokia eight has the Type-C USB 3.1 Gen. 1 port, a mic, and the mono speaker, even as the 3.5mm audio port is on top. The SIM/ MicroSD trail is on the left, and the volume controls and power/ wake button are on the proper.


Nokia 8 overall performance, software, and battery lifestyles:


As we stated earlier, the Nokia eight is powered by means of the Snapdragon 835 SoC, that is now preferred fare throughout maximum Android flagships of this generation. It is backed through 4GB of RAM, 64GB of garage, and a 3090mAh battery, non-detachable, off route. India gets the dual-SIM variant of the Nokia eight, however you may have to select among a Nano-SIM and a MicroSD card for the second slot. 4G assist with VoLTE is to be held on each SIMs, but simplest one can be the usage of 4G at any given time.


The Nokia eight ships with near-stock Android, with the maximum great customisations being in the camera app, which we are able to get to in element rapidly. The loss of software bloat mixed with beefier hardware meant that day to day overall performance in the course of our review length was a breeze. Multitasking wasn't a problem both, which just goes to expose which you do not need 6GB or 8GB of RAM to make a decent smartphone. The telephone did no longer get heat in spite of extended sessions of Breakneck and Asphalt eight, and both video games ran without any considerable troubles. In terms of benchmarks, the Nokia 8 was up there with other Snapdragon 835 powered telephones.


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