Nokia 8 handset might come with Gold, Blue, and Silver color

A new report from Chinese social site named Baidu revealed the Nokia 8 flagship phone from all angles. This smartphone is a copper-gold version of the device, look like a wrapped chocolate.

Last week, the company reveals Nokia 8 copper model casing officially. This model is a real image of this smartphones, but this prototype didn’t have Zeiss branding on the camera module. But this image will show a Zeiss logo on the camera portion.

The earlier leaked renders said that this Nokia 8 has Zeiss moniker on the back position. This model also comes with other colors like blue and silver. The device sports a 3.5mm headphone on the top portion and USB-C jack at the bottom.

According to reports, Nokia 8 is expected to launch on July 31. Many times the image was released but the earlier leaks of this image credits to Evleaks.

Other rumor mention that 5.3 QuadHD display Qualcomm’s Latest Snapdragon 835 SoC, 4GB or 6GB of RAM and run on Android 7.1.

Now, Nokia 3 handset is available in the UK and Nokia 5, 6 are available from next month.

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