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|Condition:||New other (see details)
A new, unused item with absolutely no signs of wear. The item may be missing the original packaging, or in the original packaging but not sealed. The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“This is our UnSold Brand New sotck. Only a few pcs left, Phone it self is 100% Brand new but box looks old due to age, Each phone will be tested before shipping out to customer.”|
|Storage Capacity:||16 GB||Model:||
|Network:||Unlocked||Country/Region of Manufacture:||Mexico|
|Screen Size:||3.5 in||Operating System:||Symbian|
|Connectivity:||Micro USB||Contract:||Without Contract|
|Manufacturer Color:||Dark Gray||Custom Bundle:||No|
|Memory Card Type:||MicroSD, MicroSDHC||Cellular Band:||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900|
|Camera Resolution:||12.0MP||Features:||Memory Card slot, 12 MP, Carl Zeiss CAMERA, AMOLED capacitive touchscreen,, Stereo FM radio, Internet Browser, 3G Data Capable, Accelerometer, Bluetooth Enabled, Global Ready, GPS, Music Player, Speakerphone, Touchscreen, Voice-Activated Dialing, Wi-Fi Capable|
|Lock Status:||Factory Unlocked|
|Take amazing photos and videos, connect to your favorite social networks and be entertained with the latest Web TV programs and Ovi Store apps. The Nokia N8 features a 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash, HD-quality video recording, and Dolby surround sound. All in a beautiful, aluminum design. The Nokia N8 features an HDMI connection so you can easily show off your images, videos and music on compatible televisions and projectors. All in stunning high-definition digital 720p resolution. The Nokia N8 brings your friends together, by pulling feeds and updates from Facebook and Twitter to one handy application. Photos and videos can be shared the moment they're captured, Facebook events added to your calendar with just one click. Live updates are shown on your home screens, making it even easier to stay in touch.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||169641989|
|Product Key Features|
|Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Screen Size||3.5 in|
|Manufacturer Color||Dark Gray|
|Memory Card Type||MicroSD, MicroSDHC|
|Additional Product Features|
|Display Resolution||640x360 Pixels|
|Family Line||Nokia N Series|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 400hr.|
|Network Technology||GSM / Wcdma (Umts), GSM / EDGE / Wcdma (Umts) / HSDPA / Hsupa / GPRS|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 720 Min|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||microSDHC, microSD|
|Band||Wcdma (Umts) / Gsm 850/900/1800/1900|
|Display Technology||OLED Display|
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Long battery life
Small form factor
Great camera`s capture options (photo&video), but very poor battery life
Great camera`s capture options (photo&video). Great internal memory value. Excellent FM transceiver options using with car audio. Very strong alloy frame. Great AMOLED display, but very poor battery life, may be it was old and need to be changed, but it very irritate. And last one option, phone have two possibility to charge battery (physically separate inputs from USB and external AC-DC charger, those do the very robust work).
It's simply a good phone.
The phone is thin: can slide into most pockets. It's memory is fast. It is easy to use. The battery charges in less time and stays long for a good amount of time. The qwerty touch screen is pretty hard to use if you are not used to these kinds of phones. You may easily type another letter instead of the one you want to type. It's camera is superb. Web browsing is easy. The Nokia N8 can be compared to the iphone.
Best choice in picture taking and video recording on a budget. Period.
This phone got to be a even faster one with the Symbian Anna update but gave a better all around interface experience when matured into Symbian Belle OS. Nokia has held back this Belle update in many regions so getting this phone with the update is a must. Average phone use with data will give you almost 2 days of running battery life without the need to recharge, decent for a smartphone. The camera features and the HDMI video connection give the sense of having a need for a separate camera or video recording device covered. If you have this phone and want to get the best of the Carl Zeiss Tessar 2.8/28 12MP AF lens for camera still pictures or video recording, you really need to get an expansion 32GB class 4 memory card for proper media recording speed and storing capacity. No Iphone or Android phone out there that can match the quality pictures of this Nokia phone. Also if you like to carry your multimedia with you, the FM transmitter on this phone will let you stream to the car with great sound quality. You will get free apps like skype, youtube, Shazaam, quickoffice, free Ovi maps for GPS use, and facebook and twitter social networking, so there is little need for a lot of smartphone comparison.
Nothing short of Expectations!!! Go for it. Go Nokia N8!!!
Truth be told, I have a Nokia bias. I just love them. I was separated for a period of a few months by an Android device that was good but not the exceptional piece of equipment it was touted to be, esp against the Nokia C7 I passed up for it in the name of trying something new. Finally, I am back home with my long desired N8. I am still figuring out how to optimize the camera but I certainly love just the basic shots it takes. I do see something of a middle ground being drawn between Symbian and Android with apps but I didn't appreciate the 'droid experience for how dependent the handset was on apps galore to do things I believe should be built into the phone as basic utilitarian functions. That middle ground could also be about Symbian Belle....I got an already OS-upgraded phone, so I don't even know the bridge between ^3, Anna & Belle. The GPS Nav is to die for. Sorry 'droidians, this one kills yours any day and I didn't have to load or pay for ANYTHING!!! My N8 fits much better in my pocket than the Samsung I had, even after a double-layered case is on. I've read complaints about the portrait keyboard but as someone whose fingers are just about in the middle, size-wise, I have no issue typing. Having installed Swype - oh Joy! - expanding the vocab/dictionary for txtg abbreviations and my own native dialect is no different from the Samsung. I will say that a removable battery would be helpful. Albeit I don't have real battery life issues since I also don't keep my data connection or WiFi on without immediate need, the option to switch out for another battery or use a battery extender, would be appreciated......just-in-case. I do now see what 'droidians are saying about the menus and while I'm not bothered, Nokia should probably figure out: (1) Making a modified Symbian OS that incorporates app-dom for the joy of the Western young (2) A seriously expanded offering of Zedge-style ringtones & notifications. I liked my British girl saying the time and telling me back what I typed, even if I remember. lol. What I know is this: talk up a storm about Android phones all you can, it will come down to personal preference at the end of the day. I spent my few months exploring the other side and I am home and happy again. Nokia will really have to offend me - I'll tell you how if it happens - for me to give up on the sheer practicality and sturdiness, aka "substance" of a Nokia handset. You have to determinedly wreck a Nokia phone. Like a properly maintained Honda/Toyota/Benz, they won't soon leave you by the side of the road. I've also spoken with other persons selling Nokia N8s and I've yet to hear one of them say they were dissatisfied with the phone. 'Course, if you're with Verizon, Sprint, Metro PCS, etc... it's a bust. Sorry guys :( I love the independence of a "mobile" sim card.
Excellent phone. Too bad the OS is old tech.
The build quality, camera and battery life are all excellent, however, the OS (operating system) leaves much to be desired. The Symbian OS was removed from the market, back in 2012. This phone barely seems like a smart phone, and more of a glorified flip-phone, with a touch screen. After updating the OS with "Nokia Belle, however, it's a different story....It actually turns into a decent, user friendly smart phone, with cool features and "tweaks".