Have had N8 now 4 weeks. Absolutely superb phone. No problems at all. My only concern is that it is a little bit slippery in hand.
The best feature in my opinion is the free navigation. I travel a lot around the world and I can load country maps free of charge at home before travel. Now with the new version of OviMaps I can load maps directly to the phone, no PC needed.
i am having call quality problems after the firmware update...anyone else?
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2010ahm does n8 supprots divx or hd playback??Yeah it does
looking for a youtube app for Symbian3 devices?
1. Use the phone’s native(!) WEB-browser, and go to: m.google.com (For example Opera Mobile won’t work, you won’t have the change to select Youtube)
2. You have to choose a language which is supported in the app(!). Choose for example: English(US)
3. Choose the Youtube icon to download the app to your phone
4. Install and enjoy!
which of these two phones is the better option because
i want to buy one of them , the nokia n8 or the samsung wave s8500 ?
Wew, 08 Dec 2010Hahaha epic fail.. "1.2mhz processor MeegoOS 1.0" That 'Mhz' stands for meegohertz. A trillion gigahertz lol.
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2010music edition coming.no problem.ahm does n8 supprots divx or hd playback??
Nokia N910 is coming on next spring,
1.2mhz processor MeegoOS 1.0
768MB RAM 1GB ROM,16GB,32GB mass storage
12.1MP camera with carl zeiss optic & xenon flash
720 x 1280p clear black hyper AMOLED full HD display
HDMI out,USB in
128bit 3D accelerator graphic support
dolby digital surround dual speaker
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2010Thanks OvO is E7 will come in same price range. I am from india. SidE7 doesn't hav a memory card slot.... only ph memory of 16 GB....
[deleted post]It does, especially "Out of Memory" with some apps and bad surfing experience, but Nokia promised to give an update soon, the red line for me would be February if they didn't provide any update and fixes by that time I'll forget about Nokia in the future.
remember, every smartphone out there has some kind of problems, we need to give manufacturers a chance to prove their reliability.