The Nokia 8 Sirocco is the “ultimate statement of flagship design with the latest screen and camera technology” according to HMD Global, the firm behind the iconic name that adorns its series of Android smartphones.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco might just be the surprise winner of MWC 2018 – at least as far as the buzz goes. With a stainless steel-and-glass build, Zeiss optics, Android One software and a beautiful curved display, this deluxe edition of the earlier Nokia 8 certainly lives up to the “Sirocco” suffix used on the Nokia 8800 some eleven years ago. Will a slightly older processor and a debatably high price tag sink its prospects? Tune in for the answer (and a short history lesson on Nokia vs HMD Global) in Nokia 8 Sirocco Hands-On from MWC 2018. This phone have a short fall, or three that you should know about the most disappointing to me is ergonomic focus of the old 8800 sirocco didn’t make it over to the 8 Sirocco. What i mean is that the fingerprint sensor being almost flush with the back glass makes it tough to find by feel and same deal with the side keys. Just in general with its wide display and edges that tapers to just two millimeters, This phone is hard to hold If you had any experience with Samsung’s old Galaxy s6 edge it feels a lot like that while the severe curve to the cover glass leads to some substantial discoloration on the edges of the PO lit display. If we talk about the price of Nokia 8 Sirocco is little bit more than Iphone 6 but this cell phone will be officially launch with a latest processor.
- IP67 certified – dust and water resistant
- 5.5 inches
- Corning Gorilla Glass 5
- Android 8.0 (Oreo)
- Snapdragon 835
- 128 GB, 6 GB RAM
- Camera : Primary : Dual 12 MP + 12 MP Secondary : 5 MP
- Fingerprint sensor