Nokia’s comeback has been talked to death in recent weeks, with HMD Global, the company making phones under the Nokia branding, having announced no less than three new smartphones at MWC last month. The company will be launching a few more handsets over the course of the year, and it looks like the the Nokia 7 and Nokia 8 could follow the already official Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.
The Nokia 8 has been rumored before and will likely be the flagship offering, or at least the most feature-packed of all other Nokia smartphones since it is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset and not the Snapdragon 835. The Snapdragon 660 will also power the Nokia 7, which is said to come with a Full HD display while the Nokia 8 will carry a Quad HD display (reportedly 5.7 inches in size). Both handsets will carry metal bodies, and the Nokia 8 could come with Carl Zeiss optics for the camera, something that should interest long-time Nokia fans.
The Nokia 7 and 8 will also have support for fast charging and a fingerprint sensor, features that are pretty much a given on smartphones in the mid-range and and flagship segment these days. There isn’t a lot to go on at this point, but it is likely that more details about the two handsets will surface as the time goes by. Nokia certainly seems busy working on its lineup of first proper Android phones, and it should be interesting to see just how many devices make it to market over the course of this year.