The Nokia 8 comes in single RAM/storage variant and it is available in three colour choices.
Giving our final verdict on the Android-powered Nokia flagship, the Nokia 8 has neat design no doubt, but the smartphone lacks the premium flagship display that many OEMs are even putting it in mid-range devices these days. The phone has a compact form factor that makes grip good enough to hold and operate the device single-handedly. But like we mentioned the Nokia flagship has missed a few key plug-ins that snatch away its flagship crown. It’s just an Android phone that offers a decent display, good battery life and built quality.
The phone ships with the best chipset from Qualcomm- Snapdragon 835, but there are better alternatives (like OnePlus 5) that might come at a likely comparable price. The good part about the Nokia 8 is its Carl Zeiss branded dual-camera array at the back. Further, the ‘Bothie’ on the smartphone is the only feature little disparate that might capture user’s attention. The phone has stock Android onboard and minimal bloatware and HMD Global’s promise of delivering regular software updates to keep its users elated at least from one end.
With all said and done, if you are looking for a true flagship smartphone we might suggest you consider other options. But if you are fond of the iconic ‘Nokia’ brand and can overcome the fact that it has thick bezel display and features nothing so very special, you can spend your hard-earned money on this ‘flagship’ smartphone.