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Nokia 808 PureView gets its first firmware update

23 June, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Nokia 808 PureView gets its first firmware update - read the full textIt's just been over a week since the Nokia 808 PureView went on sale and Nokia has already given the phones its first firmware upgrade. Although an official change log is not available, but according to All About Symbian, the update brings with it improvement in scrolling performance,...


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last update 113.010.1507 in india (in nokia suite 3.8.30)
my 808 having so many bugs
1. phone auto restart.
2. phone switch off automatically
3. camera option suddenly hide need to restart phone (option close up mode , automatic mode )
4. hang problem

what m i do..???

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  • 2013-07-12 17:07
  • vGxh

> In reply to dinoabd @ 2012-07-07 10:30 from 9xH9 - click to readyour phone must have already been updated as mine was already updated and i got my phone in june

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  • 2012-07-14 15:06
  • JaHK

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-06-25 00:54 from p$VH - click to readwhat a stupid ppl that they are fooling their self by using and defending of android shit, i recently exchanged my beautiful nokia 603 with xperia neo v. and i was very regreted that millions of ppl using this dangerous and power hungry os,when i started using android in xperia which had 512 mb ram and 1ghz processor , this shit os couldnt even manage to run two apps at same time, whenever i wanted to switch between apps ,other apps automatically closed and all of my progress was lost ,and out of 512 mb ram only 100 mb is free,what a joke!!! battery dnt ever think about it , within an hour battery was empty, and phone was heated that i couldnt hold it in my hands,ppl that are talking about apps , most of android apps are malware, adwares or spywares, so finally i again exchanged this shit android phone whith a lovely nokia 701 which can run 50 apps Simultaneously, i will never get an android device again.and another joke , whenever i wanted to switch off net data shitdroid was telling me "you may have switch the the net data but some apps will use it"so what is the meaning of this????

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  • 2012-07-07 17:14
  • ij31

till now there isnt any update in the middle east still wating for it hope it will fix all our problems with the curent software.

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  • 2012-07-07 10:30
  • 9xH9

> In reply to yooyoo @ 2012-06-24 20:59 from t}Af - click to readThat's because those companies never even pretended that they could assemble their products in a first world, developed country.

Nokia has left a lot of money on the table doing things that, in my opinion, make them a far superior company for me to hand money to.

For instance, manufacturing phones in Finland where their workers have houses to go home to rather than dorm rooms. Also, not monetizing their customers personal data.

Stupid, stupid business strategy from a profit perspective, but a better company for it.

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  • 2012-06-26 18:09
  • Tg%i

808 is oreginal smart phone

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  • 2012-06-26 09:11
  • utZa

> In reply to Sausage @ 2012-06-24 21:56 from pd6g - click to readI find some lagging in Galaxy R with its dual core 1ghz CPU. And many games doesnt work in it as well

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  • 2012-06-26 06:10
  • tUcQ

The 808 may have got an upgrade already but many Nokia 700 users have been waiting three months and we have *still* not got Belle FP1 for our phones

Terrible support by Nokia!

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  • 2012-06-26 03:29
  • iJJD

> In reply to Popiteal @ 2012-06-24 10:47 from fq6q - click to readWho's really being the silly fanboy here.

Symbian OS isn't laggy at all. It's far more efficient and faster than Android. Symbian is most likely the fastest, most efficient and feature rich OS around. With that single core 1.3 GHz ARM 11 CPU, Symbian already flies. Put that same CPU to Android and see if it's able to fly with it (it isn't). Let alone put Android to N8 and see how utterly unusable it becomes. Why do think they use those fast power hungry multi-core CPU's with Androids and are forced to put over 2000 mAh batteries with them to even get by one single day if even that?

808 is really the first Belle phone with a properly clocked CPU in it. N8 has a lowly 680 MHz ARM 11 and it's still manages to be smooth enough with it. Try how well Android does with that 680 MHz ARM 11. I can tell that the words to descibe the experience aren't smooth or fluid. Laggy and slow are the correct terms.

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  • 2012-06-25 06:07
  • Sw2B

> In reply to davidcopper @ 2012-06-24 07:08 from u7mY - click to readOlympus has just had their ass handed to them. They are just hurting from the humiliation that Nokia gave them. Bitter is the right word. :D

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  • 2012-06-25 05:47
  • Sw2B

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-06-24 02:00 from v0qJ - click to read"A smartphone and a very-capable-that-can-beat-most-P&S camera in one."

Correction, 808 beats all point & shoot cameras easily. 808 is right there with the 1000 DSLR's and even higher than that, when using the 5 or 3 megapixel modes. Being able to match Canon's 4000 5D Mark III in quality was something totally unexpected, mind boggling and incredible achievement from 808.

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  • 2012-06-25 05:43
  • Sw2B

> In reply to Popiteal @ 2012-06-23 22:43 from fq6q - click to readAll the intelligent people and camera enthusiasts will care.

S3 close to 808? News flash blind boy, they aren't even in the same galaxy. 808 is a quantum leap ahead of everything else in phones. It'll be years, if ever, when the competition starts to catch on 808's enormous lead.

Your eye sight has to be in very poor condition. You should go to a doctor and try to fix it.

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  • 2012-06-25 05:30
  • Sw2B

> In reply to Sram @ 2012-06-23 17:13 from utJM - click to readYou'll be waiting that for nothing. There won't be PureView in WP any time soon and when (or if, because Nokia is likely to go bust) they have some kind of PureView version, it'll be nothing like what is in 808. WP version will be stripped down, with small sensor and most likely with LED flash.

Proper PureView with big sensor and Xenon flash will require thickness and additional kick ass processor for the camera, both of which won't happen in WP devices. MS want's WP phones thin and most likely won't support that extra processor doing the heavy lifting.

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  • 2012-06-25 05:19
  • Sw2B

> In reply to yooyoo @ 2012-06-24 20:59 from t}Af - click to readLG already have there primary business (LCD) and HTC is small company compared to Nokia even if they layoff there employees i don't think any blog will be interested in posting news about that

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  • 2012-06-25 04:51
  • vbR9

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-06-25 00:54 from p$VH - click to readyou never owned Symbian belle and thats Fact
Android is bit Laggy hence it need Dual core/quad core processor
BTW can you explain how laggy OS can record 1080p@30 Fps video and snap 41MP photos using just old single core processor

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  • 2012-06-25 04:48
  • vbR9

> In reply to Hawkman @ 2012-06-24 20:30 from JFpM - click to readLMFAO!

Symbian is the most laggy and buggy of them all. There is a reason why the OS is dead!

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  • 2012-06-25 00:54
  • p$VH

> In reply to Popiteal @ 2012-06-24 21:40 from fq6q - click to readHe doesn't mean SGS2 lags. It is dualcore device so Android won't lag in it but it lags in 1 ghz singlecore devices. Read what others write before you start to judge them.

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  • 2012-06-24 21:56
  • pd6g

> In reply to chris @ 2012-06-24 20:24 from bedT - click to readI don't know what lag you are talking about, I have S2 AT&T i never experience any lag at all, It runs very smoothly and even HD games with no lag maybe in long time playing HD games i feel some heat on camera side and that's all, And most dual core are the same even IPhone 4s gets heat from playing long time.

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  • 2012-06-24 21:40
  • fq6q

> In reply to Nokia PV @ 2012-06-24 19:37 from vbRf - click to readatleast lg or htc r not laying off their employees numbering in thousands neither they r shutting down their homeland factory.....

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  • 2012-06-24 20:59
  • t}Af

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