Review Between Nokia 8 Vs iPhone X

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Nokia 8 Vs iPhone X : We last reported about Nokia 8 beating both iPhone 8 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S8+ in speed tests conducted by various YouTube channels. So, how does the Nokia’s affordable flagship perform against the pricey $1000 iPhone X??

Nokia 8 Vs iPhone X : Dual-cameras:

Nokia smartphones have been known for their camera prowess, and those who have used the N-Series or Lumia smartphones would know that better. With the Nokia 8, HMD Global has revived its older partnership, and the new smartphone now comes with Carl ZEISS optics. Continuing with the latest trend, the Nokia 8 also comes with a dual-camera setup, featuring a 13-megapixel RGB (color) sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS) and a 13-megapixel monochrome sensor, both of f/2.0 aperture. Both cameras are backed with laser auto-focus for faster focusing.

Nokia 8 Vs iPhone X

The iPhones has a 12-megapixel camera. It comes with two lenses. One is a regular wide-angle lens. The other one is a zoom lens with focal length of around 56mm, offering the iPhone X users ability to use 2X optical zoom. The regular camera has an F1.8 lens. The second lens has F2.4 aperture. Both lenses have optical image stabilisation.

On the front, the iPhone X has an 8-megapixel camera. Both rear and front cameras offer portrait mode with those blurred background. The rear camera does so because it uses both lenses to capture necessary data. The front camera uses data captured with Face ID module. While I used the iPhone X, here is what I found about its camera.

iPhone X Vs Nokia 8 : Speed Test

Nokia is the affordable Nokia Android flagship that runs on Snapdragon 835 and 4GB RAM (standard global version). iPhone 8 Plus is one of the 2018 flagship smartphones from Apple meant for those who don’t really want to go for iPhone X for many possible reasons.

Nokia that runs Pure Android just manages to do better than iPhone X in the speed tests. That is amazing provided Nokia 8 comes at a much lower price than iPhone X.

 

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