- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Display
- Page 4: Connectivity
- Page 5: Camera
- Page 6: Software
- Page 7: Performance
- Page 8: Battery
- Page 9: Wrapping up the Nokia 8 review
Let’s talk about what Nokia had gone through over the years. Back during the days when they’re still stuck with Symbian OS, things weren’t going so well. That’s when Apple first announced the iPhone and Android came out not too long after that. Around that time, the economic crisis hit. Things were nasty for Nokia. Then, Microsoft bought over the mobile division and that didn’t go well either. Now, they have returned under HMD Global – and is it ready to reclaim the throne with the Nokia 8?
Let’s take a deep look at the Nokia 8, and determine if it is worthy of your money.
Let’s take a look at the box itself. The Nokia 8 comes in a surprisingly dull box, in my opinion. It’s nothing special at all. One sealed square box. Opening the lid reveals the phone itself and beneath the phone are some of the documentation and accessories.
The compartment beside it is where the charger and cable are placed. Nicely packed, but rather lackluster.
The things Nokia has included within the Nokia 8 is of the usual – but they’re definitely of the best quality. Look at that USB-A to USB-C cable! It’s thick, and with that USB-A header color, it only signifies that the cable is compatible with USB 3.0 standards too.
There’s also a pretty good-looking pair of earphones, too.
Again, nothing out of the ordinary in terms of packaging design or langauge, in my opinion. A little too simplistic, actually.