Nokia 8 – Leaked Photos? Snapdragon 835, 6GB RAM, 24MP 5.7″ QHD – Nokia’s possible flagship offering

| January 12, 2017 | 23 Replies

All touch, on screen button approach.

Muerte tipped in the image above, showing what was supposedly the Nokia 8. I haven’t seen it before and it didn’t appear on a reverse image search.

However a matching image matches up with it. Some pictures all over twitter (this set via slashleaks) claims they come from a Nokia 8. 8 tending to be from Nokia’s camera series (N8, 808).

If the specs are true then these seem to be decent flagship offerings. If they try to steer clear of Samsung flagship pricing, it’ll be very enticing.

  • 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display,
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 or 835 CPU (2.0GHz octa-core) with 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB ROM,
  • Adreno 530 GPU,
  • 24MP rear shooter with OIS and Super EIS
  • 12MP selfie camera,
  • dual front facing speakers,
  • Led notification light
  • glowing Nokia logo on boot.

Can’t see it here but in the first picture it seems to be a no front button approach. On my X2 I’ve removed buttons completely and just use gestures to navigate (bit like n9 swipe).

There’s a circular lump at the back, much like Nokia’s previous flagships cameras but not hefty like the 808 or 1020.

Your next smartphone camera? If it can deliver something similar to the outgoing Lumias (created with Nokia expertise) this should be good. I want something that quickly, consistently takes great photos, (occasionally if I take my time, some fantastic ones :P).

Would it be cheeky to wish for dual mic recording for stereo playback?

What is HRM? My google search shows up Zeiss related posts.

Fingers crossed also for quick charge…and a nice compatible VR headset.

Source:  slashleaks / instagram

Cheers Muerte for the tip!


BTW, does anyone recognise this? Could be a regular Nokia that I’m just not recognising but Kartik messaged our facebook page and wondered what this was.

Update: Original Source might be Total Tech who says they took these photos. More clarification there, on boot the Nokia logo on the device itself glows (I thought they meant on the screen like it usually does on a Nokia)

Cheers Muerte!



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