Dr. Bidhan, 27 Jul 2010N86(best camera phone aftr satio),N97 n X6 hv good camera n resolution. Yes 5800 hv some poor... moreYeah N86 has a great camera ! I like N82 xenon,itz nice ! Camera results in dark are great ! N73 is also a nice cameraphone,may b today itz outdated but it was popular when It was released ! No doubt,N8 ll have a best camera ! :)
Hope N8's camera wud b gr8 bcz dat hv d largest sensor in camera phone, n wid xenon flash..its touch screen n Amoled wud b realy awsum as i saw in Youtube demo.. Its my next ph..
Anonymous, 27 Jul 2010X6 has good camera? God joke doctor! Would you mind comparing 5mp photo of x2 to 5mp photo o... moreMan i hv seen N95 8GB photo thats r realy good...i accept that bcoz its truth. I hv also seen X6 photo even i hv used that for 1 mnth..bt d photos of N86 realy gr8 nw a day im using it. Wen i view its photos on desktop 17" monitor they r luking pretty n crystal clear.
Anonymous, 27 Jul 2010guys nokia N8 faster internet browser?
nokia5800,x6,n97,n95,n86 very slow to search internet ... moreN86(best camera phone aftr satio),N97 n X6 hv good camera n resolution.
Yes 5800 hv some poor resolution nt upto the 3.2mp camera.bt 5800 photo quality improved nw by firm ware update bt stil low resolution in dark bt in day light its ok. So plz my frnd if u dnt knw d true plz dnt lie Ok...
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Dr. Bidhan, 27 Jul 2010Man either u dnt knw or never used d N86 otherwise u never say like dat ppl knw abt its camera... moreX6 has good camera?
God joke doctor!
Would you mind comparing 5mp photo of x2 to 5mp photo of n95 8gb?
Anonymous, 27 Jul 2010guys nokia N8 faster internet browser? nokia5800,x6,n97,n95,n86 very slow to search internet ... moreMan either u dnt knw or never used d N86 otherwise u never say like dat ppl knw abt its camera even its still photos r better than Omnia HD n any 8mp camera phone.its sensor is equal to the sensor of satio12mp ok.ask d ppl who used n86...plz plz plz if u dnt knw d truth then dnt try to comment plz ok.n its internet is also fast.i hv used X6 also dats photos also fine although that hv only 5mp camera
guys nokia N8 faster internet browser?
nokia5800,x6,n97,n95,n86 very slow to search internet via wifi. my friend got jet and wave has dolphin internet browser very fast to search one clck the web will appear in 2second. im nokia fan i want to know the internet of n8 is improve?and how bout the cmera of n8? x6,5800,n86,n97 camera is too bad resolution.
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When O2 UK is going to release Nokia N8?
Which phone is better for playing 3d games, movies, songs, apps, touch screen, AMOLED screen, and many awesome features.
Please reply me fast....
Whickh phone should I buy with such these features..?
Mhz mean nothing unless you state the OS ! On win95 1Ghz is lighting fast but in win7 is not even booting ! ! ! 500Mhz on Symbian is like 1Ghz on Android ! Symbian had almost 10 years to fix issues, android only had a little over 1 year :-)
It is the first Nokia phone to every hit the 12mp-mark for the camera. I don’t know why they’re aiming for higher megapixels on such a small device but maybe there are still lots of people thinking that the more mp the better.
Anyhow, here are the specs of the Nokia N8:
ARM 11 680MHz processor
3.5 inches AMOLED screen @ 360×640 pixels
16 GB storage (expandable up to 32GB microsSD)
256MB RAM, 512MB ROM
HSDPA 10.2Mbps, HSUPA 2Mbps
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 w/ A2DP
12MP autofocus camera w/ Carl Zeiss optics, Xenon flash
Symbian ^3 OS
3D Graphics HW accelerator
FM Radio with RDS, FM transmitter
GPS w/ aGPS support
The Nokia N8 looks more like a portable media player than a phone and it’s a little on the thick side for a touch phone. The processor is not that fast (most flagship phones now feature 1GHz proc) but the graphics accelerator is a huge advantage for playing movies and videos. There’s a lot of high expectation with the Symbian ^3 OS as well.
Do check out Yugatech for more photos and a video of the Nokia N8.
I'm just not sure why you would say that webOS is the future. I don't see any must have hardware, any must have software, any must have OS features, any forward thinking, any real usability advantages. This guy isn't necessarily stating anything inherently false, but he does avoid talking about a lot of things that really should be explored further if this is going to be a real comparison.
webOS is the result of a continuation of Palm backward thinking and bad design decisions. There is a reason they fell out of the public eye, and there is a reason that people are only sort of fawning over webOS. Okay, it's not horrible. For one thing, webOS is WAY better than iOS will ever be. But as good as Android? A fully open platform that promotes openness? No, I don't think so. *
webOS, for one thing, is slow at updates... and their progress on fixes is completely hidden. Android, on the other hand, is a fully open project that anyone can track bugs against, and anyone can vote for and view the progress of issues that they are having easily through Google Code.
*) Just as a sidenote, Palm is doing a lot to promote Open Source so... credit where credit is due
Nokia N8 looks and feels every bit a flagship release. Clad in anodized aluminum, the phone feels very solid in the hand and exudes an aura of corporate elegance. Its 3.5-inch touchscreen, on the other hand, looked sharp from the short time I spent with the device while response to touch gestures was instantaneous.
What I particularly like about N8's design identity is that it speaks to you about what the phone can offer. The chrome accents, the color options and the form factor itself give the impression that Nokia N8 is a more-than-capable multimedia device. It's kinda like just looking at a tiger and knowing that it's built for the kill or looking at a Panasonic Toughbook and knowing for sure that it could take a beating.
I've yet to receive an N8 review unit from Nokia so I can't really share much about its features and specifications as yet. I'm actually very excited to try out the handset and share feedback on the immersive experience.
Nokia introduces the Nokia N8, our latest smartphone that intuitively connects to the people, places and services that matter most. The Nokia N8 enables people to create compelling content, connect to their favourite social networks and enjoy the latest on-demand Web TV programs and Ovi Store apps.
The Nokia N8 introduces a 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, Xenon flash and a large sensor that rivals those found in compact digital cameras. People can also make HD-quality videos and edit them with an intuitive built-in editing suite.
The Nokia N8 offers a true home theater experience with HD quality film and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound. You can plug the device to your home theatre system with an HDMI cable.
The Nokia N8 enables access to local and global Web TV services that deliver TV programs, news and entertainment from channels such as CNN, National Geographic, E! Entertainment and Paramount directly on the homescreen.
People can update their status, share location and photos, and view live feeds from Facebook and Twitter in a single app directly on the home screen. Calendar events from social networks can also be transferred to the device calendar.
The Nokia N8 comes with free global Ovi Maps walk and drive navigation, taking you where you want to be and showing you what want to see in over 70 countries worldwide.
The Nokia N8 has 16GB of in-built storage space, expandable up to 48GB with a Micro SD card. Large files can be easily transferred to a memory stick with the USB On-the-Go.
With this announcement, Nokia is offering developers a new platform to innovate on. The Nokia N8 comes integrated with Qt, a software development environment that simplifies the development and makes it possible to build applications once and deploy across Symbian and other software platforms. Nokia has also made the simple to use Nokia Qt SDK available, in its initial beta, to enable developers to start realizing the potential of Qt.
The Nokia N8 will be available in select markets during the third quarter of 2010.
The Nokia N8 marks the global device debut of the new Symbian^3 software, featuring several major advancements:
Usability enhancements across the user interface, including single tap, multi-touch and support for gestures such as “pinch-to-zoom.”
Three personalizable homescreens on the Nokia N8, easily maneuvered through by a simple flick.
Faster and more responsive user interface with new 2D and 3D graphics architecture that takes full advantage of hardware acceleration.
More efficient memory management allows more applications to run in parallel for a faster, more complete and efficient multi-tasking experience.