The fourth Android device by Nokia has been the subject of quite some news lately. Right from the start where Nokia got Zeiss Imaging on board to handle the camera optics in its next flagship, to the part where it said that the device would receive the Android 8.0 update as soon as Google made it official, Nokia surely knows how to create some hype around the production of its device. After all, some pompous attention wouldn’t harm the company and its new upcoming handset.
And here comes another Nokia 8 leak; this time in the form of a Gold-Copper variant, that seems to be straight out from the company’s production facility in China. We have come across a set of images that could be of Nokia 8, courtesy of MyDrivers.
Looking at the renders we can see that the Gold-Copper variant doesn’t have the “Zeiss” logo under the dual-camera setup, and also the fingerprint scanner seems to be on a front mounted home button. As per the official press renders leaked earlier, we saw that Nokia’s upcoming flagship would be powered by the top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset coupled with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. Also the device had big top and bottom bezels, and sported a large rectangular home button in the middle of the bottom bezel, flanked by “Recents” and “Back” buttons. The back of the phone had dual-camera shooters with LED flash, along with the peculiar “Zeiss” logo and the “Nokia” branding.
Since these new renders don’t have any Nokia branding, so we cannot be sure about the authenticity of these leaks. By the way, did anyone else notice that scratch on the back panel of the handset?