“Gold-copper” Nokia 8 version allegedly leaked from production line

The Nokia 8 leak storm intensifies, which makes us believe that the handset will indeed be unveiled by the end of the month. The latest scoop allegedly comes straight from the production line, and if it's true, it means that the Nokia flagship is already being manufactured.

The leaked photos are of a new “gold-copper” color, which has not made it to an officially sold smartphone just yet. But this is not the only difference between the device and the renders Evan Blass leaked a few days ago.

The handset doesn't sport the Zeiss logo under its rear cameras, and its home button appears to be significantly larger than what we saw earlier. Additionally, the phone lacks the text at the bottom that signifies who manufactured it.

Of course, this could be a prototype unit or one that has a few more stops down the production line before it's ready. Alternatively, it could also be a fake rip-off. Either way, we couldn't help but stop and look at it, as the finish is quite stunning. Judging by the photos, though, it's pretty easy to scratch, so if it's the real deal, its users should handle it with extreme care.

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