The Nokia 8 is the big thing with which HMD is looking to fight the flagship battle against other phone makers in the market and while we have been able to see the device exclusively in a video, it was also at CES. Expected to be launched at MWC in February, QUALCOMM made a duty to put the phone on display at CES and asked people to not to take pictures of it even though they were allowed to look at what the unit would look like. Fortunately for us, someone managed to squeeze a shot.
In the past, there has been a little debate as to what the name of this unit would be. Some have suggested that Nokia would take the P1 naming system for its flagship but now that they have launched the Nokia 6, it is plausible that this one gets named Nokia 8. We have aso heard that there would be two variants of this unit, with one carrying a SD 835 chipset with 6GB RAM, 24MP main camera, 12MP selfie camera and either 64GB or 128GB storage option. For the cheaper variants, this one would have the 821 processors instead and have a lesser 4GB RAM with unspecified camera sensors.
Going for the kind of build that we have already seen launch with the Nokia 6, we are happy that Nokia is ditching physical buttons on this unit.