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But if you've been paying attention to Chinese phone launches then this might be familiar, as it appears to be a renamed version of the Nokia X7 (a phone that recently launched in China). As the global variant of the Nokia X7, the Nokia 8.1 will bring the same design and hardware specifications. The leaked renders of the Nokia 8.1 shows that the device will include a notch located above the handset's display, while the rear panel of the handset contains the fingerprint sensor, the dual rear cameras, and the dual LED flash. The Dubai event on December 5 may also see the launch of the much-rumoured Nokia 9 flagship, but as of now it seems the headlining phone will be the Nokia 8.1.

While these leaked materials don't hint at a launch date, the fact they exist and that the phone has already launched elsewhere as the Nokia X7 suggests it's coming very soon.

Leaked Nokia 8.1 marketing materials reveal the phone in full

Last week, HMD Global Oy's Nokia Mobile India Twitter handle released a teaser.

The Nokia 8.1 will be powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 710 chipset. It will come with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. As for the cameras, the Nokia 8.1 will offer a Zeiss-branded dual cameras on the back with a 12MP + 13MP configuration, and a 20MP front-facing camera, which would be a major bump from the Nokia 7 Plus. On the other hand, the Android Pie update for it has been introduced yesterday, so everything should be just great for the owners of this Android One device. The leaked promotional materials also show that the Nokia 8.1 will utilize artificial intelligence to create better bokeh and portrait images, and the device's camera application will also reportedly feature Google Lens and Motion Photos.

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