Przekazanie Nokia 8 comes with a free smart watch with Nokia Steel
Last month HMD Global has officially launched its flagship, Nokia 8, at an event in London. It available globally at a price of 599 euros or $710 was planned from September 2017. But the delivery was delayed. Now the smartphone can be ordered through Carphone Warehouse in the UK, where he will be provided with a slightly lower price of 499.99 euros, or $645. This store also offers Nokia smart watch Steel $119.95 free with every pre-order. As deliveries continue to experience delays, in fact it will be a Christmas present. So, Nokia will turn into Santa Claus, who will be a great wholesale supplier of Christmas goods in the local market.
Unlike many other smart watches, Nokia Steel does not have a display to display information or issuing notifications. It looks more like a bracelet for sports and takes into account the steps, distance and calories. To learn more about the physical form, the user must sync with Health Mate app.
It is also waterproof up to 5 atmospheres, making it ideal for swimming. Unlike the usual bracelets for sport, Nokia Steel with superior design looks stylish on the wrist. Another interesting feature — an eight-month battery life. At the moment the provisional offer Nokia Steel is limited only by the UK. As for Nokia 8, it will be available from September 13.
Discussing the smartphone contains a 5.3-inch Quad HD display, powered by a 64-bit chipset Snapdragon Qualcomm 835 production and comes with Adreno 540 graphics card and RAM 4 GB. It offers 64 GB of flash memory with the option to expand up to 256 GB via a microSD card slot. The phone has an IP54 certificate, which provides protection from splashes. It is powered by a non-removable battery 3090 mAh with Quick Charge 3.0 for fast charging.
On the rear panel has dual camera with 13-megapixel RGB and monochrome sensors. It provides phase and laser autofocus, f/2.0 aperture and dual tone led flash. Front camera, too, with 13 megapixels has the same diaphragm and phase autofocus. The video is accompanied by a spatial 360-degree sound technology Nokia OZO. The smartphone operates on the latest Android 7.1.1 and confirmed to upgrade to Oreo.