Borat, 03 Feb 2011 Does anybody here have the same problem with N8 display as this guys: http://forum.dailym... moreI don't have any problem too with my n8,I've got it like 3 months,and my gf neither :)
Can any one tell me which usefull or important must have applications does android market have and Symbian^3 OS market ovi does not have ?
i love my new nokiw n8 and its one of the most expensive fones that i have got and i found it to be veru user friendly
Assassins Creed HD, 162MB
Signed and cracked. Just install. No need to activate online.
i am a nokia fan the n8 has some good hardware but the software needs some improvment and more app a 1500 battery u of been more better the phone battery would of last 3 days under heavy usage and a week under light usage i want like nokia to hurry up with this phones fiqmware update and inprove the web broswer as well who agrees with me
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2011You need an active data connection, its free navigation onli if you have free data traffic on ... moreOvi Maps only use the internet connection for POI and other "live" update notifications such as traffic. If you disallow (not disable) online connections, GPS navigation will still function because maps are loaded into the device rather than downloaded on th go. This is much much better than Google Maps.
Does anybody here have the same problem with N8 display as this guys:
[deleted post]What would be even better is if the flash could also be used as a high powered laser. That way, if you see someone breaking into your car, you can take a video of him trying to break in as you zap him while defending your property. :)
Using this phone for 3 days and all i can say im very dissapointed:\ when writing sms allways wrong letters pressed; screen dont respond when touched very often, it freezes sometimes; problems to load gps maps... moreover its so heavy and bulky- a real brick:} though the camera and games are good, i regret buying this phone so much... worthless
New Firmware PR 1.1 finally available for Nokia C7 (N8, C6-01 coming shortly)
Andre | February 3, 2011 | Comments (9)
Well it looks like finally, FINALLY Nokia has managed to give us the first of hopefully many more software updates for their new Symbian devices. Unfortunately for camera lovers out there, the N8 doesn’t seem to have this update yet. (I checked). The description of the update is ” Improves phone performance and brings you the latest features” *shrug*. I doubt it’s that significant an improvement but it’s an improvement nonetheless. Lets hope at the very least that it clocks the CPU back up to it’s initial value (~800Mhz) with no discernible loss of battery.
Those of you with C7′s get to updating, the rest of us’ll just sit and wait.
nokia does'nt make perfect phone someone where there r some lacking in this handset
Anonymous, 03 Feb 2011if the n9 should have nothing less than a 12 mega pixel with xenon flash who agrees with me no... moreEveryone's waiting for it! First it was December. Then rumours came from Nokia India stating January. Now Febuary. I have owned N8 for two months with no issues.
Rumour control is the problem and Nokia know about all the rumours. So why don't they squash them with facts and tell us when?????
Sharky_07, 02 Feb 2011hey guys i face big problem installing Quickoffice for S3 on my n8 nokia it gives me error alw... moreyup m also facing the same problem..
it always gives me "unable to install error" .
plzzzzzzzzzzz sum1 help
Anonymous, 03 Feb 2011very slow N8 its really fast very smooth ui responsive,except the native browser but im already using uc browser and operamini sybian version its really work fast browsing. Im still waiting for update. Let See what the biggest changes 50 enchncement for symbian. Im proud to be n8 user since date I purchased it. Stop bashing n8, because n8 in reality its amazing and awesome features super impressive ui,camera,hd games,hdmi,fm transmitter,and many more.
Rands, 03 Feb 2011U have a phone that takes you to your DESTINY! wow, I want one like that please cos my phone o... moreI sometimes get to metaphysical while talking about phones, But as a marketing catch phrase it´s not bad: "Nokia N8, the phone that takes you to your destiny."
Take care :-)
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2011it takes forever to get a gps lock in offline, in real life scenario its as good as useless. H... moreI have just returned from a trip to the USA. I used my N8 to do a 700 mile roadtrip from New York City to Cape Cod to Boston to Albany and back to New York. It worked beautifully even in Manhattan and other areas where the sky was occluded by structures such as overpasses. Lock on from cold start in offline mode took one to two minutes (much faster than the N97). Offline searches for accommodation and gas worked very well. I also had a Magellan standalone gps unit. I never even switched it on.
From time to time my wife would use the N8 to do video of the surrounding snow covered countryside (I live on a tropical island) while we were driving. Switching between gps and camera worked flawlessly with no loss in tracking.