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Here is the silver version of the upcoming Nokia 8 flagship


HMD Global, the owner of the Nokia phones license, is expected to unveil at least one high-end smartphone by the end of the year. There has been much talk around HMD's first Nokia-branded flagship smartphone, but we didn't quite get a better look at the device until recently.

If you've been following our news feed, then you already know about the Nokia 8, a high-end smartphone that will feature dual Zeiss camera and top-of-the-line specs. Thanks to Evan Blass, we now know what the Blue version of the Nokia 8 looks like.

Today, he decided to publish yet another image of the upcoming Nokia 8, this time in Silver. Aside from the color, there aren't any visible differences between the Blue and Silver versions of the Nokia 8, since they're basically the same device.

Rumor has it that HMD Global plans to unveil the Nokia 8 in late July and that the smartphone will cost less or around €600 ($600 in the United States).

Besides the 13-megapixel Zeiss dual-camera setup on the back side, the Nokia 8 is said to boast a Quad HD display, 4GB or 6GB RAM, 64GB expandable storage and a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

Naturally, the phone will ship with Android 7.1 Nougat onboard, but Nokia fans should rest assured that the Finnish company will provide an Android O update soon after the new OS gets released.

Since all the new Nokia-branded smartphones come with near-stock Android, it should be easier for HMD to push major OS updates to its handsets in a timely fashion.

source: Evan Blass

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