The Nokia 8 comes with the signature build quality we’ve come to expect from the brand, rocks solid specs, powerful dual cameras, and promising battery life. The highlight Dual Sight feature that lets one livestream a split-screen view from both the front and rear cameras may or may not appeal to everyone, but the fact remains that the Nokia 8 is a compelling option for those who need a no-frills daily driver running stock Android, and that promises quick software updates too. The “no-frills” bit however, could be an issue for some, since the phone can’t boast too many standout features.
With a Snapdragon 835 powering the show on the Nokia 8, along with 4 gigs of RAM, the going is pretty smooth. The powerful hardware, combined with the smoothness of pure Android keeps things breezy, without showing any signs of lag. Both regular, day-to-day apps, and heavy ones such as graphics-intensive games work quite well – no complaints there. The device keeps heat in check too. The battery life is very good, with the 3,090mAh battery lasting a full working day easily. You mileage could vary, but I usually reached home with 30-40 percent juice still left in the tank after long working days… with medium usage. The video loop test ran for almost 14 hours on the Nokia 8, with corroborates the real-world battery life I got. Quick Charge 3.0 juices up the phone quickly too.
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