Many peops made an 'educated' guess that the real proc's speed is 750Mhz down-clocked to 680Mhz (it was quoted from another site but again you cannot be damned sure). well i don't think so. considering how economies of scale is applied at nokia, i believe nokia uses an overclocked version of the 600Mhz proc as it used in e72, e5, e52 and c5.
why would nokia bother to buy a different proc? the firm is notoriously known for selling outmoded proc. let other competitors buy the new and expensive one and wait until the price for Ghz proc goes down before jumping into the bandwagon. It won't be this year though. did you even realise that ALL the X series line is using the obsolete 434Mhz proc?
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2010The same way you switch off your laptop when it hangs. Hold the power button for 8 seconds.hope that's really work.. :)
The same way you switch off your laptop when it hangs. Hold the power button for 8 seconds.
whenever my 5800 hangs i immediately remove its battery,so how can i remove its battery when it hangs up?,sorry for my bad English
When it will be launched in India & how much price shall be there in India After coming this mobile phone in India all previous mobile phone of 3G will be obsolete. What about N-900 response tell us. The phone N-97, mini & pro are not as per expectation of users. Is N-8 will capture the full market of 3G phones or not.
aw man i really wanna get this fone. but by the time i might be able to get 1 it wont be new :(
Anis, 15 Jun 2010This mean that the Battery is untder the hardcover, and no one says that it is CANT be replac... moreok that is fine... but how if, in one case, the phone is error.. and nothing we can do, unless if the battery can be detached, so we can do a hard-reset to the phone by detached the battery and plug in the battery again.. so, is there still a way to do that??
RabbitPhone, 15 Jun 2010question about ** semi non-removable design of the nokia n8 battery **.....
is this means whe... moreThis mean that the Battery is untder the hardcover, and no one says that it is CANT be replaceable.
Nokia said: It can be easy replaced by a Nokia Customer Care CENTER!
question about ** semi non-removable design of the nokia n8 battery **.....
is this means when the battery life will be over ....we're not gone a be able to replace the battery because the n8 is a ''close design'' ?????
It will be available in India in Mid of Sep and price will be Rs. 21019. Enjoy.. I am really excited to have it in my hands. But still have to wait till Sep..
Today Nokia N8 is released in Singapore.
it is costing Rs21000/- in indain currency.
Anis, 14 Jun 2010it is not avialable anywhere!i like i want it for contract
nokia have got alot of work to do to get its old buyers buying there phones again,as loads have switched to the iPhone or Htc instead because of the Software an design of there mobiles,Hope now Nokia keep using Aluminium bodies on all of the Top Class mobile not there Refurbished Plastic they have used,i am sure Nokia will be investing in some new software instead of sticking with Symbian all the time,Nokia have got to start to realise because of the Good name they have had years ago they are not the Best Produces of mobile in the Modern times,an the iPhone an Htc phones are attracting more people away from them,an need to change there ideas very Quickly or they will only succede in the Mid mobile market an not be able to succede in the Top Class mobile market an its All been the own Fault
Price of n8 may be around 21000 in India as announced by nokia. Also nokia x6 8gb will also come at rate of 12500
KalEl, 15 Jun 2010It will be available in 6 months. I was thinking about buying it, then I discovered *battery i... moreHaving a semi fixed battery is the cost of having hard uni-body aluminum shell. Replacing it might not be as troublesome as a completely sealed off battery like in an Iphone. Not suggesting anyone to replace it themselves but I do believe the process should not be as time consuming as an Iphone. and will get done in an single visit.
My concern is not that it will be hard to replace but would it hold enough charge. I have 3 battery units for my N95 (its one and only flaw) and sometimes will find myself using up all three on a single day trip.
If all that is promise of the N8 battery lasting long enough, then I'll be happy.
Anyone know whats the resolution on the normal RCA cable output? Although this is a good enough reason to get an HD TV, my current TV only accepts RCA cable inputs. The output from my N95 is not that great with web pages as its just a blow up of the standard 240x320 phone resolution.