Nokia 8 still has around two weeks until the official launch on August 16, but after a leak on Baidu, we know a bit more about the ZEISS camera setup from the UI. There will be two cameras, one with a monochrome sensor and the other with a conventional RGB one.
As seen on the images, the interfacehas a sandwich menu in the top left corner from which a camera setup can be chosen. Three options are available – RGB, dual-lens or Monochrome sensor.
The photo also reveals there will be a dual camera mode, where you use the rear and the front cameras to create a collage in real time. It’s hardly a new features among Androids, but it’s not universally supported so it’s nice that the Nokia 8 will have it.
According to rumors, the Nokia 8 will come with Snapdragon 835, paired with 4 GB RAM. One of the main cameras will be 12 MP and the phone will be able to shoot 4K video from both its front and back cameras.
The Nokia 8 will allegedly cost around 500.
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