Mar 27, 2017 02:04 PM EDT
One of the hottest phone brands in the world, Nokia, is reportedly all set to unveil a couple of flagship smartphones later in June this year. After the acquisition by HMD Global who determined to bring back the brand to the smartphone world after the dark days of Lumia, Nokia seems to be on the right path with the recent launch of the remake 3310 model a few months ago, as well as the introduction of its first android phone - Nokia 6.
Now, new information has arrived. The alleged flagship smartphones, which have been talked about since earlier this year - the Nokia 7 and the Nokia 8, are expected to come with the Carl Zeiss optics, and that these two smartphones will feature a dual rear camera setup, just like the iPhone 7 Plus. The company also has confirmed that the future Nokia models will also be equipped with Carl Zeiss optics.
Leaked images of the model design sketch are now available, thanks to Baidu user Nokibar. From the posted images, it appears that the dual camera is located side by side vertically, unlike the one found on iPhone 7 Plus which is in horizontal. The design sketch also shows the Carl Zeiss logo in between the two lenses. On the front view, the smartphone resembles the Nokia 6, complete with the touch button and fingerprint sensor position.
Although it is unknown if the images represent the Nokia 7 or 8, however it is strongly believed that the sketches could be the Nokia 8 since the Nokia 7 rumors do not point at the presence of a dual lens camera. The Nokia 8 is said to run with the Snapdragon 835 SoC, whereas the Nokia 7 will be equipped with a mid-range processor Snapdragon 660.
Besides the Snapdragon 835 processor, the Nokia 8 is likely to feature 6GB RAM and two storage capacities - 64GB and 128GB. It might run Android 7.1 Nougat out-of-the-box. It is likely to make use of a 3,650mAh battery.
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