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Jan 13, 2017 02:18 AM EST

Nokia 8 Release Date, Specs: Nokia 8 or Nokia Supreme Specs And Images Leaked, Device Comes In Two Processor Variants [VIDEO]

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At CES 2017, the Finnish multinational company, Nokia, quietly revealed its flagship smartphone, and the tech company even told tech fans to keep the appearance of the high-end device at the event a secret. Nevertheless, a YouTuber has secretly film the smartphone, which will debut as Nokia 8 or Nokia Supreme, and the YouTuber leaked the video online.

The YouTuber claimed that the Nokia 8 Supreme is something to watch out for, because the Android smartphone comes in two processor variants. The high-end version comes along with a Snapdragon 835 chipset, while the toned-down (but still a great variant) will roll out with the Snapdragon 821 processor.

The Nokia 8 or Nokia Supreme will launch with a 5.7-inch Super-AMOLED Quad High Definition (QHD) display. The two processor variants will likely be available with different RAM sizes as well, wherein the Snapdragon 835 variant will have a 6GB of RAM, while the Snapdragon 821 variant will house a 4GB of RAM.

When it comes to internal storage of the Nokia 8 or Nokia Supreme, there will be two options for smartphone enthusiasts to choose from. The base model will sport a 64GB of on-board memory. Meanwhile, the top-specced version will launch with a 128GB of memory.

Aside from the huge storage options of the upcoming Nokia Android smartphone, Nokia has also packed the handset with a microSD card slot that accommodates up to 256GB of additional memory.

Furthermore, the Nokia 8 or Nokia Supreme device will be available with a dual front-facing speakers, LED notification lights and a Nokia logo up front that prompts the leaker lights up while the handset is booting up. The Nokia 8 Supreme will also come with a 24MP back camera. Nokia is expected to launch the Nokia 8 Supreme at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) on Feb. 26, according to Slash Gear.

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