If you have not used Nokia before, then you wouldn’t know what it feels like to use a phone that was everybody’s favorite.
The first time I used a Nokia phone, it was Nokia 1100. There was nothing like camera or anything to show gallery for. The only thing you get to enjoy on the phone those days was Bouncy Castle and Snake. Oh yeah! Those who know can relate.
The last Nokia phone I used before the Android era was Nokia 5230. It was a full touch screen with camera and only three keys with volume keys and a power button. That phone will still be one of the best phones I have ever used. In fact that phone was the beginning of my phone adventure.
I was so attached to the phone to the extent that I dismantle the phone most of the time, clean dusts from it and reassemble it myself without any damage.
Even though my favorite smartphone at the moment is Tecno Camon CX, I have just seen something in the all New Nokia 8 and I think it is worth exploring.
I have not tried the phone yet but there are some features that come with this phone that I have not seen in any smartphone yet. I don’t know whether iPhone or Samsung has already come up with that feature.
Nokia 8 Description
-Precision machined from a single block of 6000 series aluminum
-Polished mirror finish
-13 MP front and rear cameras with ZEISS optics
-Bright 5.3” 2K polarized display, protected by sculpted Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5
-Available as both single SIM and dual SIM variants
-Pure, secure and up-to-date Android Oreo with regular updates
-Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile Platform designed for excellent battery life and improved superior graphics performance
-Nokia OZO spatial 360° audio
-4 GB of RAM
-Loads of space with 64 GB mass storage¹ and MicroSD card support up to 256 GB
Special features about this phone that I’m very interested in
-This phone runs on Android Oreo operating system.
-It uses Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile Platform, Octa core, (4 x 2.5GHz Qualcomm® Kryo™ CPU + 4 x 1.8GHz Kryo™)
-It also has Three microphones with Nokia OZO Audio
– It has what is called; “Dual-Sight Mode”, the first of it’s kind. This means you can snap from both back and front cameras simultaneously. You can even take split-screen videos.
I am already falling in love with this device. I just hope it is as exactly as described. The Nokia 8 could be on a totally different level of smartphones.
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