Nokia 8 starts receiving Android Oreo, Nokia 6, 5, 3 & 2 to get a refurbish soon

HMD Global, a Finnish start-up obliged for bringing behind Nokia, on Friday announced a central hurl out of Android Oreo for a flagship phone, aka a Nokia 8 . The Android Oreo refurbish is now accessible as an OTA and many like many vital updates, not all Nokia 8 phones will get it simultaneously. The refurbish will be rolled out in a phased demeanour and “you will accept a presentation on your smartphone when it becomes accessible in your country,” HMD Global announced. The Nokia 6, Nokia 5, Nokia 3 and Nokia 2 that are also in line to get Oreo will start removing a refurbish soon, HMD added.

Since all Nokia phones in 2017 run a nearby batch chronicle of Android, Oreo on-board a Nokia 8 (and other Nokia phones) will also have no third-party skinning and will be tighten to what Google offers in a Pixel phones. Also, a refurbish will move in all a pivotal highlights of Oreo, including, picture-in-picture, Android Instant Apps, faster bucket times, improved RAM and battery government and redesigned set of emojis with some-more than 60 of them being code new. Most importantly, a Nokia 8 will still be confusion and bloat-free even post a Oreo update, many like it came out-of-the-box.  

“We’re unapproachable to broach a pristine and secure take of Android 8.0 Oreo on a Nokia 8. We always wish to give a fans a best probable Android experience. That’s because we’ve taken a time to test, optimise and labour a platform. Working together with a fans underneath a newly setup adult Nokia phones beta labs, we’ve combined a pristine chronicle of this rarely expected mobile platform, delivering all a sparkling new facilities with nothing of a nonessential confusion interconnected with good opening and even improved battery life. Android 8.0 Oreo is packaged with new facilities that make communicating, creating, gaming and exploring even some-more fun,” Juho Sarvikas, arch product officer of HMD Global pronounced while creation a announcement. 

Nokia 8 specs and features

The Nokia 8 is HMD’s top-tier phone right now and unless a association launches something even bigger — that now seems doubtful — a Nokia 8 will sojourn a top-tier flagship phone for a year 2017. The Nokia 8 comes with pointed curves that seamlessly hang around a front. The front, meanwhile, is chamfered — and comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 insurance — to raise hold and ergonomics.

The Nokia 8, many like a Nokia 6, is an all-metal smartphone forged out of 6000 array aluminum. The Nokia 8, many like a Nokia 6, has a earthy home symbol on a front that also houses a fingerprint scanner, and is flanked by touch-based capacitive keys that are backlit. The energy symbol and a volume rocker distortion on a right, while a SIM label container rests on a left. It comes with USB Type C pier for charging and information syncing. The Nokia 8, in addition, comes with IP54 acceptance that creates it splash-proof (but not water-proof). It comes with an always-on arrangement — Glance Screen — as well.

The Nokia 8 comes with a 5.3-inch quad-HD IPS arrangement with 700 nits of brightness, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor clubbed with 4GB of RAM underneath a hood, and 64GB of inner storage that is serve expandable by adult to 256GB around a hybrid micro-SD label slot. The phone is corroborated by a 3,090mAh battery and supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 quick charging.

Although a Nokia 8 doesn’t boat with stereo speakers (or Dolby audio like a Nokia 6) it packs in Nokia’s OZO spatial 360 grade audio technology. It comes with 3 microphones that concede for 360 grade spatial audio constraint while recording videos.

On a camera front, the Nokia 8 comes with a twin camera complement on a rear — 13MP RGB+13MP Monochrome sensor — assisted with Optical Image Stabilisation, laser and proviso showing autofocus along with a dual-LED flash. The twin camera complement has been excellent tuned by Carl Zeiss. The front camera — that is a same 13MP as a primary sensor on-board a back — has been given a identical treatment. This is to concede for Dual-Sight, a underline that lets a user to concurrently use both a back and front cameras to take stills/record videos. Think of it as picture-in-picture. If that wasn’t enough, a phone also allows for live promote of videos shot regulating Dual-Sight on to amicable media platforms like Facebook.

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