HMD global will IMMEDIATELY launch its flagship smartphone, the Nokia 8 on August 16 next, and we still have to wait two more weeks until that day arrives. Ahead of the launch, leaks on the Nokia 8 continue to emerge, which recently known if Nokia 8 will come with dual-camera setUp using Zeiss Optics technology.
As reported by NokiaMob, has just appeared a new leak in the form of photo camera interface interface Nokia 8 comes from Baidu. There will be two camera sensors at the rear, one with a monochrome sensor and another with a conventional RGB sensor.
As you can see in the leaked photo above, there is a sandwich icon in the upper left corner which is the camera settings. In addition, there are three options available, namely RGB mode, dual-lens or just using monochrome sensors.
Not only that, the leaked photo also reveals the dual mode side of the camera, where you can use both camera, both front camera and rear camera simultaneously. That way, you can create photo collages in real-time. Although this is not a new feature on Android, but at least the feature is not publicly available, so interesting enough if Nokia presents the feature on his handset.
As rumors have said before, Nokia 8 will be a flagship smartphone with top-notch typical specs, including the Qualcomm Snadprago 835 chipset, 4GB RAM and recently there are reports that if Nokia 8 will be the first smartphone running Android 8.0.0 .
As for the photography will use the main camera 12MP. Reportedly, both front and rear cameras can record 4K resolution video. It is estimated if Nokia 8 will be priced at 500 Euro.