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Nokia 8 with 6GB RAM/128GB ROM coming to the US, confirms FCC certification

We exclusively reported about HMD planning to launch customized variants of Nokia 8 in US and China markets. These variants were supposed to come with higher RAM and storage as compared to other global variants.

Now, HMD has modified Nokia 8 variants TA-1004 and TA-1012 listings for US market and has added 6GB RAM+128GB ROM to the existing certifications. This kind of confirms that Nokia 8 will come to the US with 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM as revealed to us by our sources.

HMD has also modified the Nokia 8 variants for the US to enable ANT+ feature and WCDMA Band IV. ANT+ allows you to view your sport, fitness and health monitoring data in real-time on your phones.

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  • johala02

    I think it might be a good alternative for those who consider a iPhone 8. We see what the price for the US version for Nokia 8 will be.
    According to most of the rumours the $999 iPhone X will not be easy to get. Maybe not in full production until early 2018. So that leave a opportunity for Nokia.

    And I dont agree that Nokia 8 are a “bad” flagship, good review on GSM Arena. The German YouTuber Damir Franc also ranked Nokia 8 in top 3 for phones in 2017.

  • SIMO

    Unfortunately, not enough to make a dent here in the U.S. with those giant bezels. Wish HMD thought this one through a little better, because a bad flagship debut in the U.S. will not bode well for future endeavors. Lots to like about the Nokia 8, but just not enough against very fierce flagship competition.

    • jaco_lee

      I don’t understand the complaints about the bezels. They’re not even huge. I mean what’s the big deal, the new iPhones have bezels just as big, if not bigger.

      • Stinger

        Bezels have never bothered me. Bezel-less is a very sleek look, but to me it’s a fragile look. I see lots of new phones from different manufacturers being launched and nobody is complaining about the bezels. Interesting.

      • View From The Top

        Yes, but Nokia doesn’t have nearly as many blind fanboys as Apple does.