How Nokia 8 ushers together technologies from Star Trek
Now with Nokia and Star Trek back amongst us, evolved but retaining their soul, we couldn't help but draw parallels between both of them and it is likely not a coincidence.
Nokia 8 is the literal manifestation of Star Trek's technologies in a way that brings together science and our desire to explore strung together with a dash of a hope. Nokia 8 is first and foremost a communicator which connects people with their friends and families living in distant places. Its aluminium unibody construction allows for a snug fit in the hand feeling sturdy and durable.
The PADD (Personal Access Display Device) from the Star Trek series is recreated in Nokia 8's 5.3-inch IPS QHD (2560x1440 pixels) display which is protected by Corning's Gorilla Glass 5 and a 2.5D glass which ensures durability enabling it to output vivid and crisp visuals.
Like Geordi's Visor, the Nokia 8 is outfitted with a Dual-Sight mode that allows users to use both, the rear and front-facing cameras simultaneously through split-screen creating what the company is calling a "bothie". Its twin 13-megapixel rear camera modules have got the backing of good ol'
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The Nokia 8 also has Star Trek's ubiquitous universal translator and video conference modules, courtesy of the phone running stock Android 7.1.1 which gives customers access to Google's premium suite of services such as Google Translate, Google Duo and Meet. It's also got a personal assistant of its own, the Google Assistant will help you explore space and beyond.
The Nokia 8 has the latest Qualcomm processor along with 4GB of RAM so you can be assured that it won't crash at Warp 7. The 3,090 mAh battery onboard the Nokia 8 provides enough juice to take the smartphone on a ride for the whole day.
Star Trek has been at the base of modern consumer technology that we see and use today. It's a study of human nature and the curiosity to explore and evolve. Nokia's doing the same with the Nokia 8, a phone that has eons of history behind it and is something that melds Nokia's rich heritage with the needs of it's fans worldwide.