Carlito, 31 Jan 2017one of Nokia's best phone everTogether with the 3310, I think the two phones are the legends in the history of mobile phones. As is Nokia of course.
still using since oct 2012. once decided to sell it on olx. i met the seller and he says ok 3000 is enough. than i smiled a little take a picture of his face in the dark with xenon flash and walk out from there. realized later that this was a stupid discision. no plan for replace my NOKIA N8 even for a iphone. using till today without any problem. SALUTE TO THE MAKERS OF N8 for making such a legend phone.
This is the greatest phone ever made by NOKIA. I still use it till today, infact its what I'm using to type this.
Simple but tough, I still use this phone today since 2012 no plans to replace it
i dont think i will meet such a fantastic phone like n8,it is the best on everything,i realy love it,very strong
Liked it for a year after purchase but suddenly realised that it display has problems with color apeared brown spots and system was laggy and were lack of apps. Only thing that good is camera nothing more its laggy keyboard is clumsy app crashes no new apps by that time really i would better buy iphone 4 wich was at least faster in interaction and same price. By 2017 no longer available nokia services at all so all purchases are gone. At all it helped me once when my phone had problems with modem to communicate but now it has broken sim contacts and no idea when to fix it
mischa, sorry to hear the condition of your n8. i've been using mine for 6 years and every covers are right in their place, though i must admit some have shown sign of weakness. but phone is functioning almost flawlessly. i will keep using this as my main phone as long as it's still supported by whatsapp. until then (by mid 2017) lots of new nokia with android will be easy to buy. cheers...
My almost 6 year old Nokia N8 is now dying. Battery lasts only for 30 minutes. All flaps covering the microSD card slot, SIM slot and HDMI are detached. Screen has burn in. I need a new phone. Please I've been stuck with this phone for almost 6 years now. I have no money to buy a new phone. Can anyone give me a brand new phone? An iPhone 7 or 6s, or a Sony Xperia Z5 will do. Thanks.
AnonD-231608, 29 Dec 2016Do you have any connectivity problem with intex aqua fish ? I mean my phone goes suddenly offl... moreNo, I am not facing the issue on Intex Aqua Fish that you are having. Did you try factory reset? My software version is 2.0.4 Fiskarsinjoki. In 2.0.2 Aurajoki update, I wasn't able to use data on Jio 4G network but after update to Fiskarsinjoki data works fine in Jio 4G. Post your issue on together.jolla.com site, maybe somebody would be able to figure out the issue you're facing. Also note, that Intex Aqua Fish is a rebranded Jolla C so search for Jolla C in GSMArena, that is the right forum.
Do you have any connectivity problem with intex aqua fish ? I mean my phone goes suddenly offline, though it shows signals. But then i can't call somebody or can't use internet. I have to restart the phone so that it can be used. Any solution you know. Due to this problem, i have to buy new phone.
I've been using this phone since 2014. A brilliant phone but now its camera has gone nuts, and whatsapp is going to be discontinued.
nokia users outhere my n8 sensor seems not tobe working correctly pls any suggestion.
Ritika, 27 Sep 2016I want to buy this mobile please help me!! where is it avialble? i am from indiaIt is not available in Nokia shops. But I saw in Aliexpress for about UDS $60.00 - most probably refurbished. Check out the site . I buy High capacity batteries -Gold Battery 2680mAh and 4800 mAh.
Drax, 12 Dec 2016I had two Nokia N8 for 2 years. First one was a Dark Grey variant, its touchscreen broke and a... moreI am using a Gold BL-4D battery 2680mAh and has very much longer usage. Now I have ordered Yahxi 4800 mAh battery for my N8 thru Aliexpress.https://www.aliexpress.com/item/100-Replacement-4800mah-BL-4D-Battery-For-Nokia-N97-Mini-N8-N8-00-E5-E5-00/32596501820.html?spm=2114.13010608.0.0.1Cg1iJ costs USD $9.00 plus shipping.
I had two Nokia N8 for 2 years. First one was a Dark Grey variant, its touchscreen broke and after replacing it, the touchscreen started to behave weirdly only if using Internet. Sold it. Bought a Nokia N8 Bronze Edition, was working fine but had to sell it because of the internet experience. Otherwise solid phone. Superb build quality, feels like it is built like a tank and good to hold especially due to the cold anodized aluminum. Sound quality was like amplifier, loud and crystal clear. Display, being AMOLED was vibrant and had great contrast, simply beautiful to look at. Camera was really, really great. It had mechanical shutter, huge sensor, Xenon flash at that time it was launched. So it was ahead of its time. Still the camera quality is really good and better than cheap budget droids. OS was Symbian Belle, the last official update for Nokia N8. It had themes support before Android got it. I really cherished the default black theme, was perfect for the AMOLED display. Symbian was smooth, easy to use and very resource efficient OS, despite having very low specs, it was able to run almost everything smoothly and didn't drain the battery at the rate Androids do. Nokia N8 had a HDMI port and FM transmitter feature, these things aren't found in smartphones these days. I could play songs on my N8 while calling, so the other person on the call can listen to the songs, haven't found this feature in any of the Android phones. Nokia was synonymous with quality. Nokia N8 had a non removable battery but this wasn't the case actually, you can easily replace the battery on the Nokia N8. I always prefer removable battery because lithium ion batteries over time run out of juice so if you use a phone heavily for long-term, you'll eventually notice that the battery has started to give very poor backup or swollen and this is why removable batteries are better in my opinion because they are easy to replace. Currently using a Sailfish OS device since it's made by ex Nokians. I heard Nokia is returning to the market so I hope they get their game right this time. Microsoft really screwed Nokia.
Aadrian , 07 Dec 2016Is it easy to replace?There's a few tricky parts the first time you're doing it. The screws on the sides of the phone are going into little plastic bits inside the phone which aren't attached to the phone itself, so if you unscrew the screws too much the bits fall out and it's a hassle to put them back where they should be. And it takes a minute to figure out how to unclip the plastic part holding the battery, then you just pull or shake it out. Once you know how it goes it's easy, you can replace the battery in a minute.