Here is Everything Good and Bad About Nokia 8

In the last few years, Nokia is one of the most anticipated Smartphones in the world. There is the long wait for the Nokia fans for the Nokia Android operated Smartphone. The new Nokia 8 made of a single block of aluminum and also runs on the Android 7.0 Nougat. The device comes with the dual rear camera with ZEISS optics and the sharp resolution display. With their first flagship Smartphone in the year, Nokia surely seems to have left no stone unturned.

In a competitive marketplace and extremely mature dominated by the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8, iPhone 7 and Google Pixel, the Nokia 8 arrives. No such allowances can be given to the Nokia 8 which aims to compete in the ruthless high-end market, while on the other hand a lot of leeways was given due to their price of the Nokia 3, 5 and 6.

When the company behind Nokia’s resurgence HMD Global at MWC 2017 took to the stage to announce the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and the reincarnation of the Nokia 3310, at the lack of announcement of a proper flagship, there was a certain aura of disappointment amongst passionate Nokia fans.


One of the biggest plus points of the Nokia’s entire Android operating system is that it runs on the stock Android system, Nokia has chosen not to change anything in the operating system disparate to the other smartphone manufacturer. By changing the entire skin of the Android system has failed to look like the original Google’s system so Nokia has kept the untouched Android system.

It is also promised by the Nokia that they will provide the Android O update in the near future to the Nokia 8. While we have to wait and wait that Nokia will stay on its promise or not.

As if we talk about the bad thing in the Nokia 8 are it is lacking in the proper waterproofing as compared to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 while Nokia 8 is only splash proof. There is also no wireless charging in this device. The main lack is bezel display in the 2017 era looks sleek and classy and at last no hybrid SIM slots.



Nokia 8 comes with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 with the 5.3-inch Quad HD display. It also has the protection against scratches of 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5. One of the most stands out feature of the display is that it has the high maximum brightness of 700 Nits and also comes with Nokia’s trademark Glance Screen which is used in old Lumia smartphones. Furthermore, the pixel density of the display is 544 ppi with QuadHD displays is higher than most smartphones out there.

As far as the cameras are concern Nokia 8 comes with the ZEISS optics – a 13MP primary RGB color sensor and 13 MP (black and white) monochrome sensors which help in low light photography and also allows to capture the depth of the fields information.