Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Nokia 8 vs. Galaxy S8: Which is better in terms of Display and Hardware

Nokia 8 and Samsung Galaxy s8 are two flagship smartphones of the recent times. Nokia 8 64GB mobile phone price is comparatively low though. Both offer some amazing features and specs, but both also have some flaws as well. Here, we will describe the brief comparison between Nokia 8 and Galaxy s8. So, let’s get started.

Display & Design

Samsung galaxy s8 display is one of the best displays around with curved edge design and bezel less display. Not only this, it looks glassy and so sleek at first look. When it comes to weight of the device, it is less heavy (155g only) than Nokia 8 (160g).

Galaxy s8 doesn’t have home button physically and that makes it more innovative and clean in construction, as well as you get more space on screen. It offers 5.8-inch large AMOLED display with Quad HD resolution of 2960 x 1440. It also includes a Video Enhancer mode, which enhances the contrast and brightness in certain apps i.e. Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, etc. All in all, S8 is one of the best smartphones with sharp colors and bright on-screen image.

Nokia 8 comes with unibody design and looks classy, thanks to its long 40 stage manufacturing process of machining, anodizing and polishing. Overall, Nokia 8 phone is not as quite impressive as Samsung s8, with only 5.3-inch display that is also not AMOLED. Although it comes with an exceptional Quad HD screen with a 2560 x 1440 resolution.


Samsung uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor if you are buying it within the state, the same goes to Nokia 8. However, if you are considering it outside of the states, then the chip will be Exynos 8895, which is just as strong as the Snapdragon 835.

The S8 and Nokia 8 both come with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage; however, you can expand that memory on both devices via an external SD card. Means, you would avail a smooth user experience on both of the devices.
When it comes to battery, S8 is loaded with 3000mAh battery while on the other hand, Nokia 8 has 3090 battery. Although there is not much difference but on power consumption, Nokia 8 is relatively better that can remain intact for long hours, despite both includes same kind of processor.

One area where the Nokia 8 is really winning the race is related to camera. Although S8 has an impressive 12MP camera with wide f/1.7 lens and Auto HDR mode, but it comes without dual sensor unlike the recent flagship smartphones of the same group.

Nokia 8 includes 13MP incredible primary camera with OIS and another 13-megapixel sensor that shoots in monochrome, perfect for taking bothies. Other features include an f/2.0 aperture, less wider comparing with the Galaxy S8’s f/1.7, and a dual tone flash.

Waterproof Capability

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is also water/dust resistant, backed by IP68 certification. But the Nokia 8 phone is only IP54 splash-proof, so try avoid dropping it into the pool.


Nokia 8 Mobile Phone prices in Australia range from $550 to $750. As far as Samsung Galaxy s8 prices are concerned, they started from $700 and goes up to $1200.

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