STATES CHRONICLE – A brand new Nokia device has long been rumored, but no official release date has been offered so far. However, Nokia’s official website from China left out by accident several promotional shots with the upcoming Nokia 8. This might be a hint that the release is just around the corner.
Nokia 8 images accidentally posted online
The Chinese Nokia Mobile website, owned by HMD Global, offered us a glimpse of how the new Nokia 8 will look like. However, this was not meant to happen yet. As soon as the company realized the images had leaked, it took down the announcement immediately. However, some fans were quicker, and managed to take screenshots of Nokia 8’s front panel.
These images show how Nokia 8 resembles Nokia 5 quite a lot. It has the same curved glass typical of Nokia 5, the camera placed in the top left corner, with the speaker and sensor placed right below. The right side displays the Nokia logo. At the bottom, there are the three buttons classic buttons: Home in the middle, the triangle-shaped Back on the left, and the square-shaped Recents on the right.
The images attracted all the media attention
Were these photos posted accidentally, after all? Many mobile manufacturers “accidentally” let out photos of their upcoming devices just to make customers curious and more interested in the products. Older rumors suggested Nokia 8 would be launched at the end of this month. Now, the company managed to attract all the attention towards it.
This device will definitely be a hit on the market, as it already promises strong specs and features. Rumors say it will cost around $675, and will come first for the lucky inhabitants of the Scandinavian countries. Then, it will start rolling out all over the world, starting with the end of this month.
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