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- Product InformationWith the Nokia N8 resting in your palms, on-the-go communication becomes fun and stylish. The large 3.5-inch display screen of this Nokia touch screen phone features orientation sensor for optimum screen utilization. Shoot movies in full HD quality with this Nokia smartphone and also edit by adding music, text and transitions. The HDMI connection of the Nokia N8 gives you the liberty to connect it to your HDTV and enhance your photos, videos and music. Bring your friends closer to stay in touch as this Nokia touch screen phone updates you of Facebook and twitter feeds live. The Ovi maps installed in this Nokia smartphone give you free navigation access for reaching your destination without any hassle.
- Family LineNokia N Series
- Storage Capacity16GB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / EDGE / WCDMA (UMTS) / HSDPA / HSUPA / GPRS
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 HSDPA 850/ 900/1700/1900/2100
- Camera Resolution12.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1200 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 720 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 390 hr
- Display TechnologyOLED display
- Screen Size3.5"
- Display Resolution640 x 360 pixels
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.47 in.
- Depth0.51 in.
- Width2.32 in.
- Weight4.76 oz
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- karel_prochSep 07, 2011by
If you ever used Symbian, jusmp right in. If not, learn and enjoy. :-)
I purchased this phone in anticipation of Symbian Anna update and just updated yesterday. It replaced T-Mobile HD2, which will remain my second best choice only because of the not so good camera. The Nokia N8 is awesome camera phone. Having two kids, this was by far the main motivation and it delivers. The videos and pictures coming out of this camera are just stunning. My biggest adjustment is screen size. The HD2 is 4.3" display and Nokia is only 3.5". It makes a lot of difference in web browsing, especially since the resolution on the Nokia is smaller than HD2, thus displaying less and requiring more scrolling. With HD2 it was almost laptop experience. But I love the Gorilla glass and aluminium body. I believe that ALL phone manufacturers should built their phones in anticipation that someone is going to drop one. My HD2 was tough but nowhere close to Nokia tough. I used to own E61, E62, E71 and they were all built solid. Software after Anna is very solid. I actually enjoy the mix of extra available settings and less UI (user interface) flexibility. It just make me use the phone for what is intended. I can find all application on Ovi Store I really need and the only one I chose to pay for was a Call Tracker, which synchronizes calls to Calendar and then synchronizes with Outlook (very cool app). Other than that I do not need anything else. Hey, it has Angry Birds... LOL I am using 32B card, so with the internal memory I am having 48GB or memory (more than I ever need). As an added extra, I use often FM emitter. In my car at home, you just sellect radio frequency and your radio plays whatever you play on your phone. It is great for my car as I have older radio and did not want to upgrade to Bluetooth or other radio. It also has USB on the go (I have not used it yet), which would be awesome if I ever chose to write something really long on my phone (probably not). Last, but not least the phone quality is great. This was my complaint about HD2 plus freezing and I have no problems with Nokia N8. Very happy.Read full review
- robert-chambersOct 11, 2010by
Zippy Symbian Device 12 mp Camera Multitasker Nokia N8
(Revised 9 February 2011 to update experiential aspects; downgrade to good. After using the Nokia N8 for two months I have come to the conclusion that this is the smartphone to lead Nokia forward. It is not perfect - what is? Fit and Finish - This is probably the best constructed and flawless looking mobile device I have ever purchased. The few buttons work well with good feedback. The phone is solid, an advantage of a non-traditional battery cover. The HDMI port cover is too cheap; no port cover for the microUSB port. Display - OLED and rich looking. 3.5 is as big as I would want to carry around regularly. The resolution is typical Symbian (360 x 640), which is to say not nearly enough pixels on that just right sized screen. The FIRST mobile display that I can use easily outside in daylight. Ease of Setup - Initial setup was a bit more of chore than I expected it to be. WiFi setup, contact transfer were both harder than they needed to be. I had to use Ovi Suite to transfer contacts; the interphone transfer application did not work with my Nokia N900. Everything else, MMS, SMS, microSDHC file system, etc. set itself up. Wow! How Does It Work? - The phone behaves very well, picking the WiFi network over my 3G connection whenever needed. This is something that my Nokia 5800 does not always do well. The N8 does not even ask - it simply picks the right connection. By the way, that is a wireless N speed connection. Very fast. The user interface is very fast. There are times when it hangs for up to ten seconds, which is an eternity when you are waiting for an application to open or close so you can do something else. This is once or twice a day, just enough to remind you it can be a problem without being an issue. I use the optional Swype keyboard and love it. The Touch Screen - The pencil eraser sized stylus gave me an idea of how much precision I was sacrificing for the capacitive multitouch on the N8-00 over my resistive screen devices. I like the subtle but distinct vibration feedback. This is a much sweeter and tuned vibration than on previous Nokia touch screens and much nicer than Samsung touch feedback. Multi-touch works well. There are times when I believe my touch input has gotten lost on the way to informing the OS the screen has been touched. About twice a day this happens. Using It - This is an incredibly snappy device. It does what you want when you want it to. It does true multitasking, it is easy to switch to or close open applications. Application installs are simple. The on screen keypad and full QWERTY keyboard work well. Swype only makes what is good better. Enjoyed playing a movie, complete with surround sound, via the HDMI port directly into my TV and home sound system. This is the convergence we have been hearing about for 15 years. E-mail, SMS, MMS all work as expected. Camera- I see very few artifacts in my well lit photos. A lot of thought went into the processing algorithms to ensure best results from the 12 MP sensor. Xenon flash is bright and even. Images look fabulous on the device. Video is quite good. None of the choppiness or hesitation I have seen in other cell phone (N900) video shooters. It all looks great on the big screen in native 720p resolution. Summary- Daily momentary hangs aside, this is a good device with many features. That I can get 3G speeds with both my T-Mobile and AT&T SIMs is a plus.Read full review
- jal626262Mar 09, 2012by
Best phone I've ever used - stop carrying around a separate camera!
Hands down the best phone I have ever owned, including the iPhone4 which serves as my business device. I bought this product primarily because of its highly celebrated camera: a top quality Carl Zeiss 12mp sensor + xenon flash make it effectively a point/shoot replacement. Nokia has since announced the 808 successor to this beautiful device, which I'll one day have to pick up in the future now. In terms of functionality, it's unfortunate that Nokia has made a decision to commit to the Windows Mobile platform in the future because Symbian is really hands down the most effective operating system out there today. Far more lightweight, agile, and efficient than Android... If only the Symbian guys knew a little more about marketing and spent more time promoting 3rd party app development, you might see today a little monkey logo out there everywhere instead of this R2D2 android logo (and they never would have gotten surpassed by Android development to the point of being acquired by Nokia). I think back to my first Symbian device, a Sony Ericsson P900 back in 2004, and it was really revolutionary with many of the features that are standard with iOS/Android interfaces today. But I digress... back now to the operating system of the N8: with the recent update to Symbian S^3 Belle (vs. Anna that came standard stock), it has now caught up to Android Gingerbread (I haven't used an Android with ICS yet) with many of the same customizeable features and even some additional. The major drawback is of course the shortage of apps. Between online developers in the Qt language and Nokia's ovi store you can find all of the critical ones albeit not as conveniently as Android Market or iTunes store (e.g. What's App, ScandIt, Google Maps, Opera, Vlingo, Skype, Sports Tracker, Angry Birds) but not nearly the selection that Apple and Google have to offer. One note about Google Maps - I do prefer it vs. Nokia's built in GPS map program, but the internal one does offer 2 advantages: ability to load maps offline (no data for navigation when abroad), and turn by turn voice directions. I only have 1 minor gripe: battery life is not what i have come to hold as standard from Symbian. Most devices run circles around Android/iPhone that require charging ever 1-2 days. With normal usage, I can usually get about 3-3.5 days from the N8, but my standard of expectations was in the 5-6 range. Lastly, rather than the standard black/gray color, I was happy to get this beautiful blue color; suggest to try opting for orange or green as well. Nokia has just recently announced the successor to this beautiful device, the 808 - with a whopping 41mp sensor (and complicated algorithms to downsample to optimized 8mp images), with a faster processor and more RAM which will certainly be my next phone.Read full review
- cnilandApr 09, 2011by
Not Nokia's best phone
I have always been a Nokia fan. I even like the Symbian OS. That said, I am not entirely happy with the N8. Pros: -The phone feels good in the hand, comfortable size, all metal body feel durable. -The camera is amazing, I get better picture with my phone than my digital camera. -Call quality, as expected, is wonderful. Listeners say they can't tell I'm on a mobile phone. -Three home screens works well for me. I like having info and apps in groups. I dislike having to sort through apps to find what I want. The screen is bright, easy to read even in sun light. Cons: -Qwerty keyboard only useable in landscape mode. Difficult to type with one hand. I stongly recommend installing Swype; its free and works very well. -For reasons unknown to me, the phone freezes. Reset is easy, just hold power button down for 10 secs then turn phone back on. Luckily occurs only on standy by. -Lastly, many of the Ovi apps have not be updated to work with the N8. I have had to uninstall many either because they don't work properly or they cause screen to freeze. I understand a software update will be soon available, hopefully some of these problems will be corrected. Admittedly I'm spoiled. I have never had ANY problems with my prior Nokia phones. The difficulties with the N8 are minor and workable, but I have high expectations.Read full review
- mhz250Dec 14, 2010by
Great phone by little not the best
Software still needs to be polished, but hardware is awesome!! Recomended for travellers. Good things: The Camera is by far better than a lot of digital cameras. International 3.5G network Internal Camera Great battery ussage Bad things: It has less Ram memory and a slower processor than other smartphones, but it handles great with games and apps thanks to the speed of symbian. 3.5 inch screen is small compared to other top rank smartphones It should have Android insted of symbian
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