boromir, 15 Jun 2010hello guys this mobile is not for the big boys lolz:) its a kids toy then no comments on the l... moreName me 3 items where the N8 is so inferior that it warrants to be called a toy phone. You surely must understand this device is raping the competition like a gaggle of rabid baboons. No?
WoW... This is really a good phone, 12MP camera, great internet, GPRS & EDGE is all "class 32" OMW, and it is still so cheap...I was expecting it to be like around 1000 USD..lol (at first) will buy this phone (if I can afford it) LOL....
The Nokia N8 is not a DivX Certified phone. See: http://www.divx.com/en/partner/certified/oemodm
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2010I don't think so, you even know what smartphone means....
i think kids r going to like these mobile fones !!!
colourfull,,, yet vth all basic required features,
looks like u r carrying a toy. may b this nokia is a toy company
trying der luck in mobiles !!
Engineer Man, 15 Jun 2010The N8 might just get a revamped version of the ARM Cortex 1176 Application processor package ... morevery boring and what a show off, carry on to built your own phone, we are buying one not making one like you.
Can You Run Symbian^1 Applications On Symbian^3 Devices Like Nokia N8 ?
Does Anybody Have Answer For This ?
akristill, 15 Jun 2010USB 3.0 devices is back compatible.means it will work in 2.0 also. USB 3.0 devices is back compatible.means it will work in 2.0 also.
it has Bluetooth 3.0, and USB 2.0 connectivity
boromir, 15 Jun 2010hello guys this mobile is not for the big boys lolz:) its a kids toy then no comments on the l... moreDo you even know what is a mobile phone? :)
Is your mobile phone looks like a big bridge?
You never see a high end phone before did you?
hello guys this mobile is not for the big boys lolz:) its a kids toy then no comments on the looks and any function bcoz this are disposable mobile... or maybe this is the right fone for the wrong user lolz:()
Mr. Einstein Wiener, 15 Jun 2010Many peops made an 'educated' guess that the real proc's speed is 750Mhz down-clocked to 680Mh... moreYou are also making a "not so different educated" guess on this issue.
The processor clock speed is not the point.
The point is the REAL PERFORMANCE of the device.
Just test it when it is in store before u decide whether to buy it or not.
minjo, 14 Jun 2010n8 has microUSB v2.0 & USB On-the-go support... from where did u get the 3.0 ???? from gsmarena thak you
Check out this review from the guys over at Pocket-lint
Well, The Symbian Foundation Gurus have already managed to get S^3 running on a N5800 handset!
So S^3 is the milestone. No doubt newer handsets will also support S^3 with upgrade support to 4,5 revisions.
With only 1 year lead to the expected availability of S^4 handsets, do you think N8 may be software upgradable to S^4?
Of course newer handsets will be likely having better hardware and power, but is there any reason S^4 should not be able to run on N8?
Please i will like to know if this N8 product is now in the market.
Mr. Einstein Wiener, 15 Jun 2010I understand your enthusiasm for new tech. But... it won't come to NOKIA N8. do you think it i... moreSuch as shame really. All the minute architectural changes, & sign offs, QOS, Quality control, Qualifications, approvals, it's a shame it couldn't have been achieved slightly sooner than those R&D contracts were put into place.
But fear not. Future for nokia is brighter. It's all thanks to IBM, Samsung still. Theres still new designs to be had. There's still the N9 & beyond not too far away. Anyway I couldn't help but mention applauding Samsung Foundry for the greatness that is ARM 1176 reduction to 32nm. That's all the statement I really wanted to make. KUDOS to Intel Alliance aswell.