This new Nokia 8 Android flagship aims to bring something different to the mobile industry with the introduction on ‘bothies’.
The ‘bothie’ is a reinvention of the very popular ‘selfie’ that everyone can take on their normal front-facing camera but the Dual-Sight technology on the new Nokia 8 allows to use both the front and rear-facing cameras to take pictures or videos of themselves at the same time.
It even allows for video to be live-streamed to friends and to social feeds including Facebook and YouTube.
It is set to be released in September with an average retail price of €599 (£540) and is designed to compete with the likes of the iPhone 7 and Samsung’s Galaxy S8.
It features a polished aluminium body, Carl Zeiss cameras, spatial audio pulled from Nokia’s high-end 360-degree camera, a high-resolution 5.3-inch screen and looks great too.
After the surprising success of the retro-revamped Nokia 3310 earlier this year, Nokia hope that this new handset will have similar fate.
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