The first Nokia-branded phone from HMD is now available in the the United States, and it’s a mid-range device with decent specs and an even better price. But the Nokia 6 will get some more company soon.

Earlier this year HMD also unveiled the Nokia 3 and 5… and now VentureBeat’s Evan Blass reports that the Finnish company will follow up those phones with a high-end device called the Nokia 8.

Blass has published some official-looking pictures of the phone, along with specs gleaned from publicly available benchmark results. The phone is expected to feature a 5.3 inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, either 4GB of 6GB of RAM, and a 13MP camera with ZEISS optics.

Pricing hasn’t be revealed yet, but the phone appears to be a step up from the Nokia 6, which has a 5.5 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, a Snapdragon 430 chip, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.

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6 replies on “Nokia 8 smartphone leaked, with flagship-level specs”

    1. It looks fine to me.
      I assume you’re one of those people that wants a phone with no bezels and to hell with usability.

      1. Maybe they just are used to cracked screens? 😉

        I recently saw someone with one of the Samsung curved edge screens, and even ignoring the increased likelihood of screen cracks I wondered why anyone would want one. Seemed like a feature that is technologically advanced and perhaps difficult to make, but not really an advance for the user.

        1. People don’t just buy stuff because of how useful it is. Maybe that would be a good thing, but it’s not reality.

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