Launched in London today, the new Nokia 8 is the first phone from HMD Global following its partnership with optics expert Zeiss, and the first to come with top-of-the-line specs.
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Nothing’s official yet, but this is the new Nokia 8 smartphone, the one true flagship of HMD Global.
These leaked images acquired by Venture Beat reveal the new Nokia smartphone in all its glory. While the phone looks eerily like its little brother the Nokia 5, its most interesting addition is the Zeiss branding on its back camera.
If you were a cellphone-toting hipster in 2005, chances are, you owned a Nokia N95 — at that time, a revolutionary new device that didn’t only make phone calls or have pre-smartphone functionality, but one with a camera that could take great photos.
Admit it: The reason why you’d ever consider the new Nokia 3310 is for the possibility of it withstanding anything you throw at it. But does it truly carry on the legacy of Finnish durability, and how durable is it compared to the original 3310?
We recently detailed the release dates for the new 3310 in four different countries, and while we were expecting those nations to get the revived Nokia classic first, India cut the line for an earlier release. It’s cheaper than expected, too!
Writing about how Nokia, for a moment, excited people in 2017 somehow feels weird. However, HMD Global — the Finnish company that now owns the Nokia brand — hit the right buttons by appealing to fans in the most nostalgic way possible.
Forget for a second that Nokia announced a few new smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. This moment is about the comeback of the Nokia 3310 — an instant classic.
Year in, year out, Mobile World Congress has been the go-to event for announcements on the newest smartphones with top-of-the-line mobile technology. This year, however, it isn’t the newest smartphone that has been making news at #MWC2017. On the contrary, it’s a simple GSM phone from the year 2000 that has the internet bursting with excitement.
Not since the original iPhone have we been blown away by a smartphone.
Sure, smartphones have come a long way, but not since the first iPhone launch more than a decade ago have we seen this big of a phone revolution.
There’s a plot twist in Nokia’s ongoing saga: The mysterious D1C Android device we’ve been stalking for the past few weeks might turn out to be a 13.8-inch tablet, and not a smartphone as previously assumed.
Nokia is gradually making its comeback, as Microsoft’s grip of the once dominant Finnish brand nears its end. If the latest leak from an online benchmark is anything to go by, Nokia could be releasing a midrange Android handset by the end of this year.
It feels so nostalgic to witness the release of a brand new Nokia phone, yet still strange to see it done by Microsoft. This is the situation we’re in now, but we can’t complain. It’s a Nokia, after all.
Highlights from Microsoft’s #MoreLumia event in Berlin, Germany last September 4th. We get hands-on time with Microsoft’s new Lumia 730/735 and Lumia 830 smartphones plus chat with Microsoft Imaging Chief Juha Alakarhu. The Lumia 830 is a phone to watch out for, pegged as the “affordable flagship” this smartphone has all the premium features of the top of the line 930 but with a more budget friendly price tag.