sad to read some comments here,It takes incredible photos and video and you can email and surf the web and many other thing,why waste time by use all the app that other plattform has.You just get bored and want moore apps and faster processor and better screen and It continues.Take nice photos and enjoy life,dont waste It by looking at your 4 inch screen all the time..I have put my android device away since I was one that was never happy with It and always looked at my screen and wanted moore and moore apps but never used them.This will suite me just fine.
AnonD-55345, 08 Jun 2012Yes. I have no doubt on the capabilities of the camera. But WTF, only single core at 1.3ghz cl... morewhat are you talking about? are you idiotic or just insane?
the phone can do full hd video capture & rich recording even it has single core & 512mb ram only.
no other single core phone can do that.
yes, more core makes the phone faster. but it will just make the phone too costly? a 1 or 2 seconds delay in launching app is just fine.
nokia knows how to maximize the power of the phone without going for more cores. unlike others who just rely on more cores & yet are still laggy.
more cores are just for marketing gimmicks.
i dare you, tell me things that your multicore phones can do that the 808 can't.
can your multicore phones do rich audio recording? can your multicore phones do lossless zooming?
LazyGeek, 08 Jun 20121/1.2" sensor is a state of art tech. Which is a great selling point than the 41MP over s... moreIf you can wait that long (I'm guessing at least a year), that's probably going to be a fine choice, but buying the 808 here and now is no less of a choice, if you can live with the limitations of hardware, Belle and physical dimensions.
Mind you, in all likelihood a more market-oriented W8 phone with Pureview is not going to have the amazing specs of this camera (less MP, smaller sensor, etc.), but of course it should be better than the competition even so...
AnonD-4053, 08 Jun 2012Dont know why are Indonesians being butchered with high price, elsewhere in Singapore, India a... moreA combination of the price of corruption passed on to the consumers and the effects of the country only recently having become a true democracy rather than a pseudo-dictatorship...
True change takes time.
AnonD-55345, 08 Jun 2012Yes. I have no doubt on the capabilities of the camera. But WTF, only single core at 1.3ghz cl... moreDon't judge this phone out of context...
It's safe to say this phone is not meant to cater to the app-hungry crowd. It's the best camera-phone around, easily the equal of all point'n'shoot cameras on the market, and gives you the features of an average smartphone on top!
For some peeps (like me) this phone will give us all we need, particularly since it has a micro sd slot as well...
I just got my 808 today in Singapore .. From Nokia authorized dealer . My first impression is the back cover is very flimsy plastic , well very different from N8 and N9 ( unremovable battery ) that I have ,but the biggest difference from N8 ( updated to Symbian Belle ) is in the processing speed , super fast and no lagging at all , it matches the HTC One X . I am so impressed and surprised ... That Nokia / Symbian can deliver such a amazing product ! Give the Pureview 808 a try .
AnonD-5041, 08 Jun 2012mobile-review is headed by Eldar Murtazin, a long time anti-Nokia guy. No surprises here.yes so true many don't know this, only thing i like about his reviews, is he posts many pics showing you most screenshots of phone features, other than that he's always against Nokia
Pictures taken with 808
@2mp max Zoom- http://www.flickr.com/photos/pureviewclub/7165501513/sizes/o/in/set-72157630078657646/
Yes. I have no doubt on the capabilities of the camera. But WTF, only single core at 1.3ghz clock speed? 1400 mAh? what's the use of the phone if you can't exploit more of it because of it's limited performance and power?!
Maybe Nokia just designed this just for display or to catch up their ever declining market share over other smartphone manufacturer or in any other way to gain back their product influence that they enjoyed a few years ago.
Dear NOKIA, put more juice in your product lines. I'm hungry of the specs from phones. Don't you noticed your left behind?
MdN, 07 Jun 2012http://www.mobile-review.com/review/nokia-808-en.shtml#4 The first review is up! There's st... moremobile-review is headed by Eldar Murtazin, a long time anti-Nokia guy. No surprises here.
AnonD-51996, 08 Jun 2012WTF was that review?! I don't understand why did you post it here. It seemed more like bashing... moreyess the review its bullshit.. but u see the picture taken in 808 automatic mode its at 5mp = 8 mp in other mobile cameras.. so when set it set at 38mp (superfine) and take a pic see :)
If they will change the OS to Windows Phone OS, I think I'll consider this phone. Since I'm currently using N8, having Symbian Belle as my N8's OS, it worsen my experience with my N8. They should fix all the bugs first before releasing new phones with Belle as OS. As long as they don't fix it, this is not yet a good phone to buy.
The specs are good, but the support? Goodluck people :)
AnonD-57856, 06 Jun 2012this is a must-read article for everyone. the 9 things contributing to symbian's death
1.THE ... more
If Symbian is dying as what all nokia and symbian OS haters like you always say, how come after more than 2 decades of existence it continues to grow? And not only that, Belle FP1 surpases your ICS in many aspects (I can name them for you).
So, it seems like you and the rest of nokia haters can not and, I think, will never accept the fact that Symbian will continue to exist for the next decade.
It seems now that it is not a question of which OS is better. It is a qiestion of which OS is MORE DEPENDABLE and MORE STABLE.
Android, as I always say, is a promising OS and I know will get better each year. But my confidence in Symbian OS is still higher than Android.
Best of luck with Android OS. I hope android will still be around for the next 15 years...