Nokia 808 PureView - user opinions and reviews

Nokia

Sort by:

Have Nokia fix the issues on this Update-
1) Multi select option on galary
2) Font camera image capture
2) Bluetooth issue in some device
3) 3G data(crash) and sign(not showing 3.5G shows) bug on some device
4) Google maps compatibility

What are the change-log
Please reply me.......

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 19:43
  • uvgI
  • Q

Hi peeps!
Please do not install software from sites and developers that are not trusted..especially when the phone warns you. Some day I installed some themes from some crazy site and now my phone is dead. I have tried all I could to regain even the data in there but all in vain.

life goes on but I am obviously sad to imagine that the loss is so much just for the silly themes I downloaded. I am now torn apart between 808 and Lumia 920.

But somehow, I shall decide before Easter..in the meantime I keep on encouraging peeps to only download and install safe content....please.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 18:45
  • Ns4Y
  • H

> In reply to SBP @ 2013-01-03 10:33 from v0qx - click to readperformance update

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 13:23
  • rAUh
  • R

> In reply to Carol @ 2013-01-03 12:06 from L7eM - click to readWhen we were talking about cheating from Nokia and the bad management...... you had argued that the essential backbone of android was linux plus something from Symbian and/or other os's. Maybe this article its to long but i've prefered to post it as it was so you (or other friend from the forum) could notice details that might refering to linux-meego-symbian or other os.
No case for advertising android, quite the opposite!!!

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 12:45
  • M}JE
  • R

> In reply to SBP @ 2013-01-03 11:47 from v0qx - click to readYes, i dont care also about android and other os (WP_OS included) but you're not informed what we are talking about (me and our friend Carol)and also the reason that i've posted this article, so dont say "nobody cares" and dont be aggressive. Btw i use Nokia more than 15 years and as a N8 user last 2 years its intuitive i like Symbian.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 12:13
  • M}JE
  • R

> In reply to SBP @ 2013-01-03 11:47 from v0qx - click to readHe is trying to pinpoint something about what we've talk sometime ago. And was for me. Not for the forum. Sorry his comment disturbed you...

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 12:10
  • L7eM
  • R

> In reply to 12xu @ 2013-01-03 11:09 from M}JE - click to readYes... i've read something about this, here on gsmarena. And yes, this Ubuntu sounds a stolen MeeGo/ now Jolla Sailfish idea, with an android kernel that in fact is an Linux kernel. But i don't understand why this would confirm my conspiracy's? What exactly from this article, makes you be shore it makes my conspiracy a true story?

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 12:06
  • L7eM
  • R

> In reply to 12xu @ 2013-01-03 11:09 from M}JE - click to readWhat is this bullshit crap novel have to do with 808? I don't even see any mention of 808 or Symbian on this. Nobody cares about ubuntu here, whatever that crap is.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 11:47
  • v0qx
  • R

@ Carol,
Good morning Carol&have a nice day,
I'm sure you remember the conversation about linux maemo and android (copy in a test a take more points from your friend you've copied from :))))))))))
So, here is the proof, it was not just your theory and conspiracy but officialy its more than correct all the things you have said:
Today i saw an article so i'm sending it to you translated from greek to english with googletranslate. However i'm sending to you also the adress so you can find it original and translate whatever you think its important:
""The most popular Linux distribution, Ubuntu marching on smartphone""
..."A new Member will be added to the list of operating systems for smartphones. In late 2013 or early next year, 2014 is expected to release the first smart phones with Ubuntu, announced by London Canonical. The free operating system that use 20 million users around the world will give life to your PC and smartphone. Earlier, smartphone with Android will wear the popular Linux distribution to run Android and Ubuntu when connected to a large screen (Ubuntu for Android).This is the Canonical Ubuntu Phone. The lock screen is no longer an obstacle, said when presenting the Mark Shuttleworth, but welcome to the accumulated messages, or calls active table update for the available airtime cell phone program. Each side of the screen is to release valuable screen space a smartphone and when touched reveals some form of functionality, without unlocking the phone and without limitation to access any app so the user can place on the left side the app that uses frequently, touching the right returns to the app running on change settingssee the options below for the current app.The search is expanded and single-the results are grouped according to the source (e.g. books from the local library, results from the WWW, music from the collection). With a touch also is the access to the applications or the material that the user often uses (such as contacts, videos or music).In Ubuntu phone will run what are called Web apps and HTML5-running on any device but the so-called native apps that will grow to exploit to the fullest the capabilities of hardware-with Canonical to provide particularly important the games.Excellent is the ability to control something the user choosing to fast with a swap of left the app you want (e.g. to take a look at Facebook) and return to the app that used mainly with a swap from the right. Also, the bar of updates at the top, the user will be able to intervene in individual settings directly without having to go to the settings screen.See Canonical's co-founder to Ubuntu phone...."
adress: http://tech.in.gr/news/article...=newsroombox

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 11:09
  • M}JE
  • U

mind blowing

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 10:57
  • 9EBT
  • U

> In reply to Gitty @ 2013-01-03 10:06 from 7j{U - click to readIt's a brand new minor update. It may seem big at 420mb on Nokia Suiye but it's justbwill be a minor one OTA.
It really depends on your 808's product code. If your product code is listed at Navifirm, chances are you will get it soon thru Nokia Suie. But why wait? If you could get the latest firmware at Navifirm, download it and use Phoenix. Still the best and fastest way to update for Nokia phones.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 10:33
  • v0qx
  • R

looks like they solved the hspa bug with latest Fw

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 10:32
  • m@L@
  • U

> In reply to Gitty @ 2013-01-03 10:06 from 7j{U - click to readI don't think it has something to do with Phoenix. This pogram is an advaced tool made by Nokia for it's Care departament. So, when you take it back to update, they will use Phoenix for that. Your problem maybe came along with c. Fw.... or ir was just an illusion or something....

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 10:22
  • L7eM
  • R

> In reply to SBP @ 2013-01-03 08:46 from v0qx - click to readI didn't ask how to update, I ask because I thought u got it in ur phones software update option ! I know about phoenix ! I used it to update my n8 with CF. ! But CF affected cam. Quality so wont do that with my 808

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 10:06
  • 7j{U
  • R

> In reply to Gitty @ 2013-01-03 08:25 from 7j{U - click to readGet it from Navifirm and use Phoenix to update. This is the best way to update with new software. Please don't ask me how to do these things. Waiting for it in Nokka Suite could take some time.
I'm happy Nokia's still updating my 808 even if it's just a minor one. I actually expect the 808 to at least get another major update. The 808 engine can handle a major update. Symbian Carla, maybe. Just a glimmer of hope, though.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 08:46
  • v0qx
  • R

> In reply to VIC @ 2013-01-03 05:28 from v0qx - click to readwhere r u from ? I m from india, checked but no new update

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 08:25
  • 7j{U
  • R

> In reply to yemko @ 2013-01-02 22:04 from fuNc - click to readYeah, right. Nokia's not that stupid. Don't you think everyone would find out sooner or later if they did such a thing? A software update is ALWAYS good for a phone. 'yemko', stop posting bullshit like these.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 05:28
  • v0qx
  • R

> In reply to yemko @ 2013-01-02 22:04 from fuNc - click to readbuddy y would nokia kill anymore themselves by degrading good products i dont think anymore they will spoil themselves im using nokia for the last twelve years i didn't find such things... But strange to read your post....but pv is awsome phone till date.

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-03 04:50
  • 7ty@
  • R

hey! ATTENTION NEEDED HERE...
No one should update to the sudden unannounced latest firmware not until we see it review, I guess nokia wanna decrease it camera quality so as to lure fans to lumia 920

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-02 22:04
  • fuNc
  • U

I´m from Uruguay. Nokia´s are the best cellphone at the hole story!!! Apple and samsung are the company of the moment but Nokia is always better than them and anyone else.!!! Nokia Rules!!!

  • Reply
  • 2013-01-02 20:44
  • P9xV
  • U
Sort by:
Total of 10632 user reviews and opinions for Nokia 808 PureView.