Finnish company HMD Global has already confirmed a launch event for August 16 where there’s a high chance we’ll see the Nokia 8 flagship. We already know quite a few things about the smartphone’s specs, but also what it looks like.
Many pictures showing the gold-copper version of the Nokia 8 leaked during the week, but if you haven’t seen them yet, here is a new set that should give you an idea of what to expect from HMD’s flagship design-wise.
The live images confirm the Nokia 8 will feature a physical Home button on the front side, which is likely to house the fingerprint sensor. On the back, there’s a dual-camera setup, possibly featuring Zeiss lens and a LED flash.
We can also see that the Nokia 8 will feature dual-SIM hybrid support, which means you can have either two SIM cards, or a SIM and a microSD card at the same time.
The device in the images looks like a prototype unit since it doesn’t have the Zeiss logo etched on the back side. Also, there are some major typos in the phone’s software, which are visible when the phone is booted up.
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