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Nokia 8 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateAug 2017
Processor frequency2.5 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor model835
Processor cores4
Coprocessor frequency1.8 GHz
Coprocessor cores4
Display diagonal13.5 cm (5.3")
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Screen shapeFlat
Display typeIPS
Display glass typeGorilla Glass
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Native aspect ratio16:9
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Second displayNo
Ports & interfaces
USB portYes
USB connector typeUSB Type-C
USB version3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
ANT+ enabledYes
Weight & dimensions
Weight160 g
Width73.7 mm
Depth7.9 mm
Height151.5 mm
Mobile network generation4G
SIM card typeNanoSIM
3G standardsHSPA
4G standardLTE
2G standardsGSM
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version5.0
Tethering (modem-mode)Yes
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
RAM capacity4 GB
Internal storage capacity64 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size256 GB
USB mass storageYes
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Electronic compassYes
Operating system installedAndroid 7.1.1
App distribution platformGoogle Play
Google applicationsGoogle Maps,Google Play,YouTube
Rear camera typeDual camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)13 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)13 MP
Rear camera flashYes
Second rear camera resolution (numeric)13 MP
Rear camera aperture number2
Second rear camera aperture number2
Front camera aperture number2
Video recording modes2160p
Auto focusYes
Zoom capabilityYes
Video recordingYes
Battery capacity3090 mAh
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Removable batteryNo
Form factorBar
Product colourGrey
International Protection (IP) codeIP54
Protection featuresSplash proof
Video callYes
Fingerprint readerYes
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calculator, Notes
Flight modeYes
PersonalizationIcons, Menu, Shortcuts
Support for contact groupsYes
Microphone muteYes
Vibrating alertYes
FM radioYes
Subscription typeNo subscription

Nokia 8 HK (Nokia 8 香港) Price, Review, and Features

Since selling off its Lumia range of phones to Microsoft in 2014, Nokia smartphones have been notably absent from the high-end smartphone market. Now it's back with an Android-powered flagship, called the Nokia 8. Though Nokia 8 isn't the first Android smartphone the company made, the 8 has a premium handset that's set to compete with the likes of the iPhone and Galaxy S8.

Is the Nokia 8 good?

It offers a lot of features you'd expect from a great device with a retro name. There's a good camera setup, some fun features such as the #Bothie mode and the phone is well designed with a gorgeous QHD display on the front. Here's what makes the Nokia phone good:

Design and Key Features

The first thing you'll spot is the 5.3in, 2560 x 1440 display on the front. That resolution amounts to a pixel-perfect density of 554ppi, and Nokia has wisely opted to protect it with Gorilla Glass 5. It's an aluminium unibody design with metal edges, but while the back is metal too, the feel on the rear will depend on which finish you opt for. Available in blue, steel, polished, copper finish. The body of the phone is thin, coming in at 7.9mm at its thickest point, but the edges curve down, so it sits comfortably in your hand.

The phone has a max brightness of 663cd/m2, which makes your phone's display easily viewable even in glaring sunlight. If you want your regular video to look great, the super-bright and high-resolution display on the Nokia 8 will be a great fit for you. It's accessible with a fingerprint sensor.

Performance and Battery Life

Under the hood, the Nokia 8 has what you'd expect from a modern flagship smartphone. There's Qualcomm's processor onboard- the Snapdragon 835 partnered with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage (expandable up to 256GB via microSD).

The battery in the phone is a relatively modest 3,090mAh unit, but with the Snapdragon chipset, it'll hold pretty well in terms of battery. On top of that, Nokia has included a liquid cooling system that means the phone shouldn't get too hot and won't burn out the battery very quickly. It also supports Quick Charging but there's no wireless charging option.


Much like most of the major phones in 2017, Nokia has opted for a dual-sensor array. You'll find a Zeiss-branded dual-camera setup, one being a monochrome f/2.0 13-megapixel sensor, and the other a 13-megapixel bog-standard RGB sensor. The two work in tandem, with the monochrome sensor capturing detail and the RGB sensor capturing colour.

One particularly intriguing feature is what Nokia is calling a "bothie": the ability to take pictures with both the front and the rear camera simultaneously. It's a neat little addition and a feature that is perfectly suited for Facebook and other Youtube live streams.

Is Nokia 8 waterproof?

The Nokia 8 isn't waterproof like the Samsung Galaxy S8 or iPhone 7, but it's splash-resistant at IP54, which means you'll be able to use it in the rain without having to worry about flooding the internals.

What is the Nokia 8 price in Hong Kong?

You can find the cheapest Nokia 8 price in Hong Kong from for around HK$2,550. The phone has a storage variant of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.

Reviews of Nokia 8
Reviewed on 2018-07-02
The Nokia 8 was the first flagship smartphone from HMD Global, the Finnish company that bills itself as “The Home of Nokia Phones.” It's a handset of many firsts for the company, the first to feature ZEISS optics, the first flagship to be milled from a si...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-13
Good color rendering in bright light and indoor conditions, Accurate target exposure under indoor and bright light conditions
Strong residual motion and deformations on handheld videos, Poor autofocus efficiency in low light, Unstable exposure is unstable visible exposure steps during changes of illuminant, Very limited dynamic range, Low levels of detail in all conditions
The Nokia 8 is the first real Nokia-branded high-end device launched since the famous brand was acquired from Microsoft Mobile by its current owners, HMD Global, in 2016. The device is powered by Qualcomm's top-of-the-line Snapdragon 835 chipset and comes...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-05
Premium build, Great battery, Buttery smooth performance
Terrible camera app, A fingerprint magnet, Slow fingerprint reader, Traditional 16:9 aspect ratio in a world of 18:9 displays
A lot has changed since we last reviewed a Nokia flagship smartphone here at Windows Central. Not including Microsoft branded Lumia handsets, the last 'Nokia' flagship phone we reviewed was the Nokia Lumia Icon/930 back in 2014, almost four whole years ag...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-18
The design language is reminiscent of the Nokia of yore and, like it, this thing is built like a tank. I have dropped it over 15 times so far on all kinds of surfaces and it has nothing but a couple of nearinvisible dents, Even though it's LCD, it's a gre...
The back aluminum and curved sides are impossibly slippery. There's nothing to grip on. I can't use this phone onehanded without being terrified of dropping it, which has happened many times. Get a case, that's the first piece of advice I can give you, Fo...
Confused nostalgia. It's hard to find another way to describe my feeling right now as I sit down to write this Nokia 8 review. For those who don't know my history, my career covering mobile devices started with a personal blog in 2006 and a Nokia 3250 Xpr...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-14
When HMD Global announced its first lineup of Nokia smartphones at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year, the budget devices – Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 – were underwhelming. Some of them were fine devices, but they were only a timid representat...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-25
Great price, Smooth performance, Plentiful 64GB of internal storage, Fast charger included in the box, Solid battery life
Big bezels, colors not as lively as on other screens, Camera is below average, No water proofing, Fingerprint is not as accurate as on other phones, Alwayson Display is hard to see, too dim
Nokia is back. It has embraced Android and it's got a Snapdragon 835 flagship phone to compete with the big guns like the iPhones, Galaxies and Pixels. Welcome the Nokia 8. Nokia has built its flagship smartphone following a few simple principles: keep A...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-21
very bright screen, good build, fast SoC, pure Android 7.1.1, very good GPS, decent camera, videos recorded with surround sound, USB 3.1 Gen.1, long battery life, Quick Charge 3.0
not waterproof or dust proof, only average Wi-Fi speed, no Gigabit LTE, relatively few LTE bands
Three lenses. With the Nokia 8, HMD Global now also revives the legendary Finnish brand in the premium range. At a fair price of around 580 Euros ($565), the buyer gets a well-built and well-configured 5.3-inch handset whose dual-camera can score with a n...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-26
The Nokia 8 has two rear cameras and is packed with power. Its screen is bright and sharp
It lacks some cutting-edge features for a high-end phone in 2017, like waterproofing and a slim, standout design
The Nokia 8 ($639.00 at isn't disappointing because it's a bad phone. Actually, it's reliable, powerful and has a sharp, beautiful screen. What makes it disappointing is that as the first high-end Nokia phone to ever run Android -- something N...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-22
Sleek design and great in-hand feel, Smooth performance and good battery life, OZO sound and IP54 rating, Promises timely software updates
Camera image quality could be better, Feels pricey in comparison to rivals, Photos by Raj Rout, Top Alternatives, Nokia 8 vs OnePlus 5, Nokia 8 vs LG G6, Nokia 8 vs Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, Facebook Comments, ShareTweet
Raise your hands if just like me, you also think Nokia should have launched the 8 alongside the trio of other Android phones back at MWC. Better late than never though, and the brand (now under the aegis of HMD Global) finally has a true-blue flagship out...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-03
When HMD Global announced that it is about to launch its new flagship – the Nokia 8 – I was waiting with bated breath. Of course, it wasn't anything to do with nostalgia – well, 30 percent nostalgia and 70 percent anxiousness about the new Nokia flagship...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-21
Pure Android, Smooth performance, Crisp, detailed screen
Lacking killer USP, OnePlus 5 offers more for less
It's hard to believe that the Nokia 8 is the brand's first Android flagship phone, which makes us wonder: can new Nokia manufacturers HMD Global really rival the likes of Samsung's Galaxy S8 and the OnePlus 5? Our full Nokia 8 review reveals what we think...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-18
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OIS and OZO Audio, Very Bright Display, Superior Live streaming, Poor Cameras, Design is stuck in 2016, Average Battery Life, Too expensive, compared to Mi 6 and OnePlus 5
HMD Global's Nokia 8 flagship phone debuted today, but with Samsung Note 8, iPhone 8 and Mate 10 coming soon, Nokia 8 specs and price doesn't impress us. Is Nokia 8 a bit too late for the party, like the Nokia 3,5 and 6 were?Body: 6000 series aluminium, I...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-22
The best Nokia currently has to offer
Not really a flagship class device - but a spectacular mid-range device
Nokia's 8 is its ‘toe in the water' at the upper end of the Android market. It is the best Nokia made by the new and passionate owners, HMD of Espoo in Finland.HMD has just turned one-year-old and has hit some good home runs in the first year. It is no me...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-08
For the first time in a very long time, a Nokia flagship phone is worthy of consideration alongside the latest from Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple.After testing the waters with a trio of low-to-mid-range Nokia phones, HMD Global has produced a very confident...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-08
Lovely industrial design makes the phone a pleasure to hold and use, Pure Android means your phone will always be up to date (at least, for a couple of years)
Home button / fingerprint scanner occasionally gets confused, Camera is not quite where it needs to be for the high end of the market
Nokia holds a special place in the minds and hearts of many Australians; not just consumers but also tech journalists who grew up carrying one of the brand's many phones around in their pocket. Posts about the new Nokia brand and phones have caught on lik...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-01
If there's one company that few people expected to see back in the smartphone game in 2017, it's Nokia. The once-proud Finnish tech firm has experienced a tragic fall from grace over the last few years, going from being one of the most respected and popul...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-31
Great form factor, Solid performance
Minor stability Issues, Camera is sometimes slow to load
2017 has been a rebound year for almost too many smartphone brands to count. Samsung's Note 8 emerged from the flames of last year's debacle, TCL returned BlackBerry to prominence with the KeyONE and, now, HMD Global launches its latest bid to do the same...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-21
They were mercifully dumped by consumers, and like a lot of brands in the tech space quickly forgotten, now a Brit Company is bringing the Nokia brand back to life and if their new Nokia 8 handset is anything to go by they have a big chance of taking on A...
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