The industrialized world has digital tv only. If this phone is analog only, then its a gimmick.
Nokia will have a big market when this phone model is launch in the phils.. pricey?
it's not original nokia
nokia 801 its amazing....
AnonD-35714, 27 Dec 2011lol..nokia got to be kiddng me... its the other way around! its you kidding nokia, lols!!!
A N8 successor!?!? Will it be available in europe??
lmfao at the stupid android fanboys
The original model, the FN8, is one of the best selling phones at "China Mobile", which has a subscriber base of 700,000 customers.
hiiiiiii tulsi marry xmas and happy new year .......
lol..nokia got to be kiddng me...
Nokia has gone real mad. Who wants symbian 3 when symbian belle is out.
lol, this is a joke..!
here in asia you can buy a fone with this feature or doubled with this feature for only 50 dollars.
AnonD-5542, 27 Dec 2011who says symbian is deadiphone & android fans + nokia ceo??
who says symbian is dead
LOL, tv phone.. i hope u guys don't think it's something new, it's something that has been sold in asia for years and believe me, the tv quality is sucks.. remember your old TV with antenna? where you have to adjust the antenna to get the best image, and it can change from time to time?.. this is it =).. it's highly well known in china phone, that's why this feature is official in nokia's china. it sucks lots of battery =p
boy can i see nokia rising like a phoenix...tho it nevr turned into ashes!! way 2 go
finally a nokia phone with a tv feature ... i think this can compete with the android or the ios
Ohh my God! I first!, 27 Dec 2011OMG! Maybe this improved Nokia N8 ultimate camera phone? If yes then I wish it get soon as po... moreSorry to disappoint you, mate; but nokia have not been making good phones for a couple of years now. The best "name" in the business is whoever can give you the most phone for the least amount of money. And for the moment, that's Samsung. Maybe nokia will catch up in a couple of years
Brilliant... Finally a phone maker is refusing to buckle to Telco pressure and bypass the network by allowing free to air TV to be viewed on a phone. It could have, and should have happened 10 yrs ago... Good old Nokia to the rescue... And why did'nt Jobs do it first ??? Because he could'nt make money from it. He'd rather herd the i-sheep into his callous money making machine or keep them ignorant.