Nokia 8800 arte review and live photos
is winter-gsm.com fake or not?i mean not even thieves sell at that low price.anyone bought a phone from them?
i seriously like this fone the texture and the shape is so radiant well im just speechless to say more but one more thing this fone is beautifull thats my last word bye people
Does anyone know about wwww.wintergsm.com?They just work by westernunion money transfer and they r from ROMANIA...Pls let me know about it them,if know anything...
i by this phone this is tu phone i like its camera and its free bleutooth
im from india its cost 8000thousand RS
is the slider mechanism motorized or magnetic like the older 8800??
got mine yesterday live in sheffield uk ,was not sure about pictures of it but when i opend the box it looks so much better for real i really do like it, it feels solid and well built even when your pushing the buttons no noises , when you slide it open its so smooth and silent ive had all the 8800 phones that where made even lunar and this phone tops them all really mean that not just saying it as i bought one its really is a work of arte its got the right name to ,read all the forums in here decided to trust those who said it was a good phone and went and bought it , when i got my first 88 phone eg 8850 thought wow this is the only 8800 phone that has made me feel that way when i opend the box ,really is well built so those who are thinking should i buy it go ahead you wont regret it
Could someone please explain why Nokia goes from a gorgeous QUADBAND LUNA to an even more SEXY 8800 ARTE but diminishes the bandwidth from quadband to triband?? Is there a logical explanation? Thanks.
does this phone have the touch screen buttons on where u dial or is it actual buttons...
Great phone. Already available in Singapore. Photos does not do this black monolith any justice.
A must own for people in the know. A must own for people that get it. A must own for the fabulous.
Like I said earlier that my colleague got it yesterday.. well, i picked up mine earlier today but just got a chance to put my SIM in it this last hour.. here's the story so far:
It comes with a dock thats much nicer than the Sirocco's, and the power cable (plus the part in the dock that goes into the phone) is like the Luna's, i.e. a flat/wide insert rather than the traditional Nokia chargers. The dock wasn't lighting up once I put it in the socket, possibly defective, ill try to check on that tomorrow.
The phone uses the same type of software as the Luna, which is a good thing, because the Sirocco's was starting to get somewhat slow. It has data transfer and receives all your contact information AND messages from your old phone- I tried it with the Luna since same software, not sure if it works with other models as well.
Big high resolution display is nice, overall build is robust and well finished- however- the keypad is like the Sirocco's unlike the Luna's comfortable keys and it wobbles slightly as you type.
It actually has video ring tones! Didn't come with a lot of regular ring tones, but they were nice ring tones- which reminds me- the speaker/ringer is only on the right side of the phone unlike the two sides on the Luna, and so I didn't like too much how the music seemed it came out louder or stronger from the right side of the phone.
The navigation pad is just like the Luna's, sturdy, which is a plus, but unlike other phones of its design, it lacks a place to put your fingers to open and so I think we pretty much will have to use the navigation pad to push and slide the phone upwards.
Not a lot of the phone is hanging in the air unsupported when open, like the Luna and unlike the Sirocco, which is good as it makes the phone sturdier over prolonged use and I expect it not to start becoming lose.
I haven't made any calls yet or checked out the software extensively, so I guess hold on and I'll be back in a day or two and tell whoever is interested more about it.. cheers..
This could possibly be one the most beautiful looking phones ever. I want one!