No details have been revealed by HMD Global, the Finnish company that owns the rights to sell Nokia-branded devices. Likely specs are a 5.3-inch screen with QHD resolution, Qualcomm's top-end 835 Snapdragon processor, 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and dual 13MP Zeiss cameras.
Rumor has it that Nokia 8 will be introduced on July 31. The Nokia 8 will, perhaps unsurprisingly, use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor that can be found in numerous other top-end flagships of 2017, coupled with 4GB of RAM.
HMD will throw a number of color variants with availability in Steel, Blue, Gold/Copper and Gold/Blue color choice. That said, the Nokia 105 doesn't feature 4G connectivity option as well, making it yet another feature phone with no special aspect. The phone reportedly will have a €589 price tag, which translates to about $670, using current conversion rates. We all witnessed the recent announcement of the partnership between HMD Global and Zeiss. The company already has launched three devices in the country last month - Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.
It will run on Android 7.1.2 Nougat operating system. Back in the day there was hardly any competition in the basic phone market for Nokia. The device will have 4 GB RAM and is expected to come with 64 GB of internal storage. It may be different from the handsets it has released so far in that it's expected to feature flagship-level specifications. The Nokia 105 starts at Rs 999 for the single-SIM variant and goes all the way to Rs 1,149 for the dual-SIM variant.
The Nokia 130 offers a little more media-centric approach to a basic phone. WinFuture.de also suggests that the smartphone may be launched in two variants - one with Single-Sim slot and the other with Dual-Sim card slot.