HMD Global, ‘the new home of Nokia phones’ has just finished up their MWC press conference after announcing a range of new phones including the Nokia 8 Sirocco and Nokia 7 Plus. Below is a breakdown of the features in each of the new devices.
Nokia 8 Sirocco
Nokia’s newest flapgship, the Nokia 8 Sirocco, is finally official. Nokia really has upped their craftsmanship game with the new Nokia 8 Sirocco and it’s their most impressive smartphone yet.
Below are some of the key specs from the new device:
- Android Oreo
- Dual-SIM support
- 5.5-inch, QHD resolution 3D glass OLED display
- 3D Glass Back design
- Snapdraon 835
- 6GB / 8GB RAM
- 128 GB ROM
- 12 MP / 13 MP Dual-Lens Rear Camera with Carl-Zeiss optics
- 5 MP Front Dual-camera
- 3250 mAh Battery
- Fingerprint Scanner
- MicroSD card support
The new device will be available in April for €750.
Nokia 7 Plus
The Nokia 7 Plus comes with a large 6″ Full HD+ 18:9 display with Zeiss camera optics on both sides of the phone. On the back, there is a dual camera set up with a normal lens and telephoto lens along with a pro camera settings to achieve impressive bokeh effects.
Under the hood, the Nokia 7 Plus comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM and “2 days battery life”.
The Nokia 7 Plus will be available in April for €399.
Nokia 6 (2018)
The New Nokia 6 sports a unibody with a 2.5D display and Corning Gorilla Glass on top in a 6-inch body. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor and will be available in two memory options – 3GB RAM/ 32GB and 4GB RAM and 64GB. It will come with Android Oreo and will support USB-C fast-charging and Nokia spatial audio.
It will be up for purchase in three colour blends: Black/Copper, White/Iron and Blue/Gold starting early April, for a global average retail price of €279.
The Nokia 1 is one of the first Android Oreo (Go edition) – aka Android Go – smartphones. The budget smartphone has a HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display along with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. It also comes with 4G and all the apps you’d expect from a Vanilla Android experience.
The Nokia 1 will be available starting in April and will cost approx €80.
Nokia 8110 4G
Joining the Nokia Originals family and the retro-classic that is the reimagined Nokia 3310, the new curved Nokia 8110 4G comes with Google Assistant, Maps and Search along with Facebook and Twitter apps.
There’s also the option to turn the 8110 4G into a Wifi hotspot and will ship in black and Banana Blue. It will cost €79 and start shipping in May.