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A lot of guys were like "Nokia is dead and gone to its grave".

Probably because Microsoft bought them and couldn't cope with the trend? Some even believe they're among the 3 manufacturers (BlackBerry, Motorola, Nokia.) Apple killed.

Nokia 2017 Phones
Graciously, our first love, Nokia is now (hopefully) under good hands, (HMD) and can once again include their brand name (Nokia) on the phones they make. Back then, when they were with Microsoft, they couldn't do that.

Well, let me burst your bubble, the legend is back! This time for good. 

Some folks were already criticising the company when they did a relaunch of the Famous 3310. 

When a stop to some consumers, they gave me an assuring answer that ... Until Nokia starts making something smart, they won't buy.

Nokia 8 front and back view

Talking about smart, Nokia just did another. 
If you haven't been hearing of Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and the rest of them, here is something new; Nokia 8. At least you shouldn't forget this.

The Nokia 8 is Nokia's new smartphone that runs on Android. Sweet ha?? Cos it's been almost straight 3 years since we saw a premium Flagship device from the company.

Guess what brothers and sisters? It's got dual Camera.

Sources are confirming that Nokia has started sending out invites to the launch of this awesome "creature"

Nokia 8 launch event invite

It's believed that an event would hold on August 16, where the Nokia 8 will become officially available to us consumers.

So far so good, the phone is expected to come with a 5.3-inch display (1440x2560px), Android 7.1.1 (Nougat), 6GB RAM powered by Snapdragon 835 chipset.

And don't forget it's 13MP dual camera.

Check out full Nokia 8 Specifications here

I'm not sure how much the Nokia 8 will cost, but it's going to come in at least 3 colours; Steel, Blue and Copper Gold.
What do you think of the Nokia 8 and most importantly, Nokia's new drive to become a giant in the Android market? Can they steal our heart once again and reclaim their lost glory? Let's know in the comment section.



If Nokia what to do well in Africa the should start producing affordable phones "killer phones".


Sup Nnamdi, I quite agree with you

Nokia is currently doing their best to reclaim lost glory but so far so good, the prices of their phone are the major let down.

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