Nokia 8, in addition to all its features, only one amazing feature makes it stand out, this feature is called the Bothie Camera and it also includes the PIP (Picture-in-Picture), Manual mode, Beautify, Time Laps among others.

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What is Bothie?

Bothie is a feature that lets you capture photos using both front and back cameras at the same time. According to the commercial that Nokia used to set the sale of the phone rolling, they called it “capturing both sides of the story”.

It is really an interesting feature but only exclusive to Nokia 8 and it’s not supposed to be that way. What if I tell you that you can get this feature down on your device?

Is it sounding exciting already?

I was going to dive in further to explain bothie and how it works but a quick breeze through this article will set your knowledge about bothie rolling in the right direction.

An App is now available for download on play store by the name ….

It will be an added bonus to you if your Android device runs on either Nougat or Oreo because the App has been tested on this versions and it works pretty fine. But, it will also work pretty well on older versions like marshmallow.

To have this feature on your smartphone, it’s just as easy as downloading your favorite App from the play store.  Navigate to play store and search for Nokia 8 Camera, or to save you the stress, just click HERE and the App will be downloaded immediately and ready to be installed.

The 66MB Nokia 8 Camera App doesn’t require root permission.

To enjoy the full feature the App comes with, features which not only include the Bothie, but also PIP (picture in picture) you have to use landscape mode.


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