According to previous rumours, the Nokia 2 will probably come with a 5-inch HD display, however, some speculations suggest that it could sport a 4.7-inch display instead. On the other hand, there are chances for the Nokia 8 to be launched with Android 7.1.1 Nougat as suggested before and receive the Android 8.0 O update, which is currently under testing.
Nokia 2 bearing model number 'TA-1029' was recently spotted at the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) of the US with a couple of design renders showing the front and rear of the handset. That does mean that it will most likely be overshadowed easily, despite having what could be an extremely affordable price tag. The corners of the device look slightly rounded in recent leaks, whereas its dual camera setup slightly protrudes from the case. We can expect the handset to be priced in sub-Rs 8,000 segment. There will be two cameras, one with a monochrome sensor and the other with a conventional RGB one. And if the following rumor pans out, the Nokia 8 might pull off a trick that only Google's phones can deliver. Further, the Nokia 2 may feature the volume rocker and the power button on its right edge.
HMD Global recently announced its partnership with Carl Zeiss, the company known for making high-end optics.
On the software front, the handset runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. Coming to the back, we can see the camera module along with the LED flash. The picture represents the back and front of the smartphone. With a commitment to innovation and quality, HMD is the proud exclusive licensee of the Nokia brand for mobile phones and tablets. The Finnish company didn't specifically state that the happening will see the release of the Nokia 8, though its invitation promises the reveal of "the next milestone for Nokia phones". The HMD Global has time and again to prove that it keeps the software on the top priority.