Nokia N8 - First live images

Nokia N8 - First live images

The first Nokia N8 real life images appeared on a Chinese site today. If you are seeing this you must be surprised of how much the Nokia N8 differs from the Nokia's look and feel we got accustomed with in the last few years. The new N8 looks more like a Droid but it is running  Symbian^3. Some of the specifications include the 12MPx camera and a 3.5-inch capacities touchscreen. Take a look at the image gallery below.

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Published on 25.03.2010 in Symbian Freeware Blog

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Posted by Angus on Thursday, March 25, 2010 21:59
Looks a little rough around the edges ... sort of unfinished ... don't like the strong angular edges. Seems like it is trying to hard to look like other mfg handsets. The screen looks very crowded. A 12 Mpx camera is cool. Video calling? WiFI 802 N? UMA? TV out? Radio? Hope it is loaded with specs and the processor /battery combo to keep up.
Posted by Marie on Friday, March 26, 2010 01:24
Not impressed!! I cannot see a situation where I give my N97 up for this. Come on guys. Nokia has always been strong and unique. Looks like you want to start imitating other brands. Stay the leader in this field. Please....
Posted by nadir on Friday, March 26, 2010 03:02
looks manly. usage will depend upon its weight. i hope that it will be fully loaded with accessories like wifi,tv out,wlan etc.if cool will replace my n97 & 5800. hope that its battery will endure its functions well. good luck NOKIA.
Posted by powerofdreamsno1 on Friday, April 09, 2010 05:30
This thing is definitely a half product! I'd be highly surprised if it came out looking like this. Besides no phone in the history had a screw on the outer shell?! Once the mask is off it'll be a beaut! Specs look more than promissing, I just really wish for a LED screen so the batter could go on for more than 1 day...
Posted by YOGAN on Friday, April 30, 2010 01:43
Hope that it does not carry redundant buttons and not easily scratchd. Great if it can have a cover for the camera like N82. I love that phone mann..I am still doubtful about the weight...
Posted by Suhail on Sunday, January 02, 2011 14:30
Guys this mobile is amazing..it much better than it looks in the pics..3 homescreens, web tv, direct hdmi out, u can also connect a usb using connector present in box, amazing touch..what more..
Posted by angella on Sunday, March 18, 2012 12:42
I have to admit it's a little heavy but he we measure the other stuffs that are included to it ... Oh.. It is undoubtedly an amzing phone.. The perfect phone!! Oh... And what's more it has a strong battery...
Posted by Saimbhi on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 03:49
AriFaulty web cams (yes, even brand new units so problem only cahugt recently) and constant reboots that can't be fixed by flashing are *rife* among N800 owners.If there Nokia QA did their job on these units prior to CES, can I suggest you hire a new QA team?Check Internet Tablet Talk for details, but people are returning N800s multiple times because of the reboot issues, and have tested several N800s in store to find they all have the webcam defect.This isn't good enough. The webcam issues are apparently now resolved on the production line, which leaves the severe reboot issues. Please post a message indicating you are aware of this problem and a end-user solution is possible. These devices seem to be WAY too fragile for Joe Public and will lead to the N800 gaining a terrible reputation due to poor reliability - your returns will go through the roof, sales through the floor and all because of poor Nokia QA.Or was it the rush to get it out at CES? Please don't do that again, particularly if Apple steal your thunder by launching a device which apparently reinvents your core market! ;)
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