The Nokia 8 released last year as the initial Nokia flagship telephone following the takeover of the brand by HMD Global Oy. The device obtained lukewarm reviews with complaints about some missing attributes this kind of as an AMOLED panel and a higher IP rating etc. It got a refresh at the beginning of the year called the Nokia 8 Sirocco with the exactly processor but a fresh design and style, better panel, and a bigger battery. A successor has appeared on Geekbench as the Nokia 8.1 and it appears it won’t be a flagship.
The Nokia 8.1 was benchmarked yesterday and the site displays few of its major details. If you were expecting the Snapdragon 845, you could have to wait for the Nokia 9 or maybe a Nokia 8.1 Plus if there is anything like that as the Nokia 8.1 is powered by the Snapdragon 710 chipset. The upper budget chipset is paired with 4GB of RAM.
Geekbench Furthermore displays the telephone will run Android 9.0 out of the box. That should placate these who are disappointed about the fewer powerful chipset. The Nokia 8.1 scored 1841 points in the single-core test and 5807 facts in the multi-core test.
This is the first time we are learning of the Nokia 8.1, so there is yet a ton we don’t know. Hopefully, more details will surface in the coming weeks.