Anonymous, 04 May 2010do you ppl think Nokia can control the price in store... Let it be standardize price where eve... moreNokia has a retailers price + the mandatory taxes for every country ...so price..if high or low will ONLY be set by the store's desired profit (taht will be big at first and gradualy go down untill the 3% minumum)
Anonymous, 04 May 2010do you ppl think Nokia can control the price in store... Let it be standardize price where eve... moremy country soccer not good no150 and below in the world may be lol who care... most of ppl in my country support euro league. and i am fan of liverpool..
Roger Johnson, 04 May 2010It’s a shame anyone gave Eldar’s so called ‘review’ at mobile-review any time or credibility w... morehey...i did not credit him...
the only info i took was the pricing estimate...which is very realistic. you have to admit that there is no way that the price will be just 370 (maybe will be dropped to around there after 1year)
...and also..it was interesting to see the accesories it will come with from mobile-review's pictures
So... it seems very plausible that it will be around 450Euro ...also prety possible that in first instance will be somewhere between that figure (450) and 490...
What I'm happy to see what Nokia is doing is that they are also appealing to the US tmobile frequency band. It's nice being able to buy a phone with the 1700/2100band so I can use the FULL potential of the phone since it has flash internet browsing xD
do you ppl think Nokia can control the price in store... Let it be standardize price where ever u buy the phone in a country its the same. were i live(Sarawak ,Malaysia) iphone 3gs is still around 595pounds to 666 pounds. in capital city of malaysia (kl)its around 475 pounds to 523 pounds. does iphone cost that much in ur country..... just say ipad in store and its selling 687 pounds its that normal...
Roger Johnson, 04 May 2010It’s a shame anyone gave Eldar’s so called ‘review’ at mobile-review any time or credibility w... moreI'm agree 100% with you Roger, they always like that with another country. You just look at soccer and you will know their double standard with another country. Soccer is no 1 sport in the world but they don't like it cause their country are not strong enough and they said soccer for a woman only, what a pathetic are they.
hemmmm just hope no delay on the release of the phone.
hope phone shop dont sell it overprice LOL....
Suresh Rai Nepal, 04 May 2010Hey,this is the greatest phone i have ever seen.It is my dream phone.Nokia is the best non ot... moreIt prbl gonna be very good device. Anyway price is in the sky. They say here its around 370€ but where I live preordering price atm is 569€. You could get desire with that or coming samsung galaxy s (i9000)!!
Hey,this is the greatest phone i have ever seen.It is my dream phone.Nokia is the best non other phone can be compared with N8..
Heads up! Iphone this one is a definite killer. It only needs 3rd party software developers to develop awesome games and applications (multi touch and 3d support on board) and its GAME OVER(though it'll take some time for an busy application store. Cant stop dreaming of the possibilities. How about n8 mini....
It’s a shame anyone gave Eldar’s so called ‘review’ at mobile-review any time or credibility whatsoever. The man is a well known Nokia-hater who has had conflicts with Nokia before and been slapped down by them.
As for the US tech blogs, sorry, but they simply don’t have a clue what they are talking about. The US tech media is well known globally for being ignorant about mobile generally – they live in such an insular, inward looking world, and are highly defensive and protective about home-grown technology (Android, iPhone).
The truth is the N8 makes current and rumoured iPhone and Android devices look like over-priced toys. The truth hurts – it hurts Android and iPhone fans, and it hurts US tech blogs who love their home-grown tech. So they slag off and do down non US tech. I’ve seen it lots before. Luckily the US is actually not a very important mobile market at all, only about 8% of world’s mobile users live there. So I think we can live with the US, loud and proud as they are, not appreciating Nokia technology. It’s their loss.
yeah!! i Agree!! Pink looks cool.. and if there is, i would buy one..i hope nokia co. will be able to read this.