Nokia 8 Might Feature Dual Camera Setup

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Yesterday, Roland Quandt of winfuture.de leaked, through his Twitter page, the rumured specifications of the Nokia 8. While most of the information that he confirmed are neither surprising or new, he did, however, confirming the colour variants that the smartphone will come in. Now, a new leak, this time from Evan Blass of Venturebeat, reveal something more interesting about the Nokia 8.

For some time now, the rumor mill about the upcoming Nokia flagship has always been its main hardware. Everyone was reporting about the Snapdragon 836 SoC and the system memory and storage of the phone. However, no one has predicted that the Nokia 8 will come with a dual rear camera setup.

Yes, you read that right. Most rumours about a Nokia flagship having two rear cameras fall onto the Nokia 9. Now, a Twitter post from Blass gives a sneak peek of what the rear of the Nokia 8 might look like.

Fans of the brand, especially those who feel nostalgic, will be glad to know that the Nokia 8 will come with two rear cameras. While Blass did not give any information about the specs of both cameras, one can speculate that they will be around 13-megapixels each sensor. However, there is a chance, knowing Nokia with its partnership with Carl-Zeiss, it could be far better than that. Nevertheless, at the moment, we can all think that these sensors will be at par with what major flagships are offering.

Another interesting bit about Blass’ post is the part of the image where it shows the area between the LED flash and the Carl-Zeiss brand. At first glance, it looks like a kind of sensor although right now, it remains to be confirmed. Whether it is a fingerprint sensor of an IR or VCSEL sensor, no one knows at the moment.

The Nokia 8 is expected to arrive by the end of July. Consumers thinking about purchasing one should keep in mind that the phone is price somewhere below $700. For more updates on the Nokia 8, be sure to check us out at The Bitbag.

Also read: LG Confirms LG V30 Launch During IFA 2017 Event in Germany

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