Nokia has decided to remake the handsets again, and it is thought they will be considered as a "second" phone to bring along to festivals and concerts.
Nokia 8, the flagship phone from Nokia is expected to launch on August 16 in India. On August 16 Nokia 8 will be official and all specifications will be cleared.
And is expected that HMD Global will officially launch the Nokia Flagship phone Nokia 8 in this event.
HMD sent out invites for a press event in London which will happen on August 16, and fans could look forward to the possible release of the so-called Nokia 8 on that date. Before that, Blue and Silver color variants were also leaked in renders.
Nokia 8 has been tipped to run Android 7.1 Nougat out-of-the-box and sport a 5.3-inch QHD display. Its standout features include a smart audio amplifier, dual speakers powered by Dolby and a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. On Nokia 3, the capacitive keys placed right below the display, however, that will not be seen on the upcoming Nokia 2, as the smartphone will come with on-screen navigation buttons. The phone is expected to come in 4GB and 6GB variants with 64GB of memory storage option.
Based on the recent FCC listing, we can conclude that the alleged new Nokia 3310 (2017) will support 2G as well as 3G bands in the US. When it comes to the rear side, the rumored Nokia gadget will have a camera sensor and LED flash with rounded corners.
This isn't the first time we're hearing that HMD Global is working on an entry-level Android smartphone. While on the pricing front, Nokia 2 is expected to be the cheaper than Nokia 3 which was launched at Rs 9,499.