Nokia phones return to Irish market

Allan Goodman
July 27, 2017

With a multi-core score of 1146, the handset will be loaded with Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Nokia 8, the flagship phone from Nokia is expected to launch on August 16 in India. However some report hint that Nokia 2 may come in two variants one with Snapdragon 210 SoC, while the second variant may come with a MediaTek processor.

Speaking this morning, Sarah Edge from HMD Global, said that HMD's research showed that people were passionate for the Nokia products, with 96pc brand recognition in Ireland and the UK. The upcoming entry level phone by HMD Global appeared with the codename - "Unknown Heart" on GeekBench. The price of Nokia 8 will be around 40K to 43K.

The company previous year licensed its devices brand to HMD Global, which is led by ex-Nokia executives and backed by Chinese electronics giant Foxconn. It is expected that HMD Nokia 8 will come up with a display of 5.3 inches. As per the leaked render, the upcoming Nokia 2 is expected to feature a display much smaller than the Nokia 3.

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Look familiar? After 17 years since it first launched the Nokia 3310 has returned with a few extra bells and whistles.

The Nokia 8 is rumored to include a dual-camera system with 13-megapixel sensors and Carl Zeiss optics. According to the reveals, this Nokia 8 phone has received the place on the Geekbench. According to leaks Nokia 8 will be packed with 4GB of huge RAM and with an internal storage of 64GB.

Based on the recent FCC listing, we can conclude that the alleged new Nokia 3310 (2017) will support 2G as well as 3G bands in the US. Recently Nokia launched two feature phones in India - Nokia 130 and Nokia 105.

Nokia is back baby, in a blend of old and new devices.

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