Nokia 8 Sirocco First Impressions


High-end flagship phones today are differentiated primarily by their design and camera quality. There isn’t a lot that manufacturers can do when it comes to processor speeds, and we’ve reached a point of diminishing returns in terms of the amount of RAM and storage that can be stuffed into a phone. Nokia’s flagship for last year, the Nokia 8, marked its return to the very top of the smartphone market – while this phone did perform well overall, we weren’t completely blown away by its design or overall level of features and capabilities. One year later, at MWC 2018, we have the refreshed Nokia 8 Sirocco, which aims to fix exactly that.

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