minjo, 24 May 2010with all these features and u say this phone is weak? u got to be kidding...."Home Button" Really????
Nokia's have been having a "Home" button on their devices for more than 10 years. Actually Apple copied Nokia's Idea since Nokia had the Home button way long before Iphone was born.
The only thing different about the N8's "Home" button is that its the only button on the face. Just because they removed every other button, do you think this is a copy of the Iphone?????
Man these guys are ignorant!
nas, 24 May 2010Bad,no new specifications/it like aX6better is x6,may be like N97
i will just say this nokia is the top phones in this world & n8 is one of them i will buy as soon as it will come to greece it dosent matter how match it will cost me.
[deleted post]with all these features and u say this phone is weak? u got to be kidding....
Ali, 24 May 2010hahahaha this first time for nokia i think to have ( AMOLED touchscreen ) >> but its dr... moreAnd its also dream for Samsung to gain market share like Nokia.. They release hundreds of crap every year and still behind Nokia.. If Nokia starts to release phones like that than think for your Samsung..
hahahaha this first time for nokia i think to have ( AMOLED touchscreen ) >> but its dream for naokia to beat Samsung >> hahahaha
Anonymous, 24 May 2010Please read: http://www.intomobile.com/2009/04/08/survey-sez-lbs-developers-not-interested-in... moreI think you should carefully read the article with open eyes before saying such a nonsense.. Its shows "location based developers" are moving from Symbian to Android.. Since Nokia already have Ovi Maps, Google Maps and Garmin so I dont think people will die without any other location based applications..
Anonymous, 24 May 2010nokiauser.net
7th july, you can pre-order n8!!!!nokiausers.com
u forgot the s in users...
Looky, 24 May 2010So much excitement now and in the end so much disappointment as usual with Nokia. Remember X6,... moreit's a quite different case, when I purchased my 5800, I know that it's not like what I imagine, but it's still a good phone nevertheless. But when I saw the N97, X6, and the others phone, I looked at their spec right away, and I know that there's no crucial and big different in those phone, so I think, 5800 is still the smart choice, cause the other didnt offer anything new and much different. It's only things like camera (which is not quite great also, so there's no point purchasing another type for the camera), storage (not much different here either, since I'm not using those storage for anything big, so even 8 Gigs is enough for me), and screen (true that X6 offer the first capacitive display, but still no multitouch, so what's the point? I can manage using resistive quite alright).
that's why I said 5800 is still the smart choice in my opinion, and the other phone is just adding a cosmetic feature that doesnt really make any difference or important.
So much excitement now and in the end so much disappointment as usual with Nokia. Remember X6, N97, N86 and so many... Hope i am wrong.
early release early release i demand early release nokia you already had enough time when you said you will announce end of april / may. august is just so stupid. release it already. i don't give a s--t if it has bugs or errors i want it
a goooood lookng phone good hardwere bt symbian oprating system i not lke too much n i hope dt nokia make it touch phone
As I said.
Symbian already has a declining market share and developers have lost interest in developing apps for it with only 9% left! And there's the 360x640 screen, same type of processor as the outdated 5800, same old symbian user interface, and nothing new. And all these on a nearly September release date. Oh, and that new flagship store of Nokia in America just closed. Good job Nokia! Uh yeah... Nokia is soo failing. The new Windows 7 Series, iPhoneOS 4, and the new Android will come out by that time and will wipe Symbians outdated *ss.
This phone sux and its 2000 and late. Theres not even one animation when switching between homescreens! WTF?!
[deleted post]Please read:
Developers has lost interest in Symbian and has moved on to Android. Do your research before you talk sh*t.