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Nokia N8. Den finska mobiltillverkarens flaggskepp med 12-megapixelkamera, Ziess-optik för filmning i 720p. Dessutom pekskärm som sig bör på en telefon i denna prisklass, och Symbian-OS. Lanserad 2010. Stäng
Nokia N8. Den finska mobiltillverkarens flaggskepp med 12-megapixelkamera, Ziess-optik för filmning i 720p. Dessutom pekskärm som sig bör på en telefon i denna prisklass, och Symb... Läs mer
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  • PC för Alla: Stelt system sänker N8

    Hårdvaran och de medföljande tjänsterna i Nokia N8 slår knock på det mesta, men själva systemet känns fortfarande förlegat.

    9 år sedan
  • Nokia N8

    Plus

    • Superb camera
    • Great build
    • AMOLED screen is bright and colourful

    Minus

    • Symbian^3 is limited, no Android killer
    • Needs a higher-res display
    • No native DivX support

    3 år sedan
  • Nokia N8 review

    Plus

    • Great camera
    • Superb battery life
    • Clear and crisp screen
    • Decent audio output
    • Stylish aluminium casing
    • HDMI-out port

    Minus

    • Average virtual keyboards
    • Unintuitive UI
    • Unimpressive internet experience
    • Confusing connection management
    • Poor social network integration

    Conclusion
    The best phone Nokia has ever produced with some class-leading functionality, but let down on the user experience and internet experience

    9 år sedan
  • Nokia N8 Review

    Plus

    • Great-looking hardware
    • Redesigned Symbian OS
    • Penta-band 3G
    • Amazing 12 megapixel camera

    Minus

    • Poorly-designed on-screen keyboard
    • Below average web browser

    9 år sedan
  • Nokia N8 smartphone

    Finnish flagship offers a 12Mp camera, USB storage connectivity and HDMI output to deliver HD video and surround audio to home cinema set-ups.

    9 år sedan
  • Nokia N8 review

    Wired: Sleek design. Decent multimedia playback. Video chat-ready with a front-facing VGA camera. Mini-HDMI port pumps out video and Dolby Digital Plus audio. Some of the best (non-Google) navigation we’ve seen on a smartphone.Tired: Competitive with the Pros (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7), but clearly won’t convert the entrenched. Symbian^3 OS’s lack of polish puts a hurt on quick navigation.

    9 år sedan
  • Nokia N8 (Unlocked)

    Plus

    • Excellent voice quality
    • Strong battery life
    • Spectacular 12-megapixel camera

    Minus

    • User interface is abysmal

    Conclusion
    The N8, Nokia's flagship phone, saddles solid hardware with an arcane, difficult-to-use operating system that makes it very frustrating to use.

    10 år sedan
  • Nokia N8

    Pros:

    • Excellent 12-megapixel camera
    • Sharp HD video recording and HDMI output
    • Free turn-by-turn navigation with Ovi Maps
    • Can use it on T-Mobile or AT&T

    Cons:

    • Runs slow
    • Symbian^3 OS isn't user-friendly
    • Very few quality apps available in Ovi Store
    • Full virtual keyboard only available horizontally
    • No subsidy available for the phone

    10 år sedan
  • Good points
    Great camera; good battery life; easy to use

    Bad points
    Non-replaceable battery; chunky case

    10 år sedan
  • Nokia N8

    Plus

    • Funky good looks; 12-megapixel camera can challenge a compact snapper; responsive capacitive touchscreen.

    Minus

    • Software is confusing and frustrating in places; fewer apps available than with rival phones; poor social-networking integration.

    Conclusion
    The Nokia N8 looks fantastic on paper, but Symbian 3 is frustrating to use compared to competing smart-phone operating systems. A slick case and great camera help to make this the best Nokia touchscreen phone ever, but it's just not fun to use.

    10 år sedan
  • PC Advisor.co.uk

    The Nokia N8 is a slick and stylish smartphone with superb multimedia features. But the Symbian software is a long way from competing with similar offerings from Apple and Google.

    10 år sedan
  • Nokia N8 Review

    Plus

    • Great build quality
    • Awesome 12MP camera
    • Outstanding multimedia performance

    Minus

    • Symbian^3 still looks dated
    • Internet browser could be smoother
    • Not too many apps available for the platform

  • Nokia N8 review

    STUFF SAYS...
    Nokia’s latest serves up a fresh spin on an ageing formula, but ultimately fails to ace the new smartphone competition

  • Nokia N8

    Plus

    • 12-megapixel camera
    • Music player
    • HD video capture
    • HDMI port
    • Relatively cheap

    Minus

    • Uninspiring design
    • Clunky web browsing
    • Unreliable touch UI
    • Revamped OS feels dated

    Conclusion While the N8 does offer some quality features such as its 12-megapixel camera and HD video capture, not to mention its music player and generous built-in memory, it feels slightly clunky when compared with the rest of the top-tier smartphones currently available. While the updated Symbian software certainly offers some significant improvements when compared with previous models, most of the new features that it includes are available on other OSes and have been for some time. This makes it feel as though Nokia is playing catch-up with its rivals, rather than introducing any of its own innovations. For Nokia fans who have been loyally waiting for their preferred mobile phone brand to come up with the goods, then the N8 certainly offers a huge improvement. However, if you're comparing it to other top-end rivals such as the iPhone, the Galaxy S or the HTC Desire HD then it doesn't quite measure up. It is however, a fair bit cheaper which could give it a much-needed advantage over its competitors. It doesn't instil a great deal of confidence that this is to be Symbian's high-end swan song, with the OS to be reserved for the brand's budget handsets in future. That, along with its clumsy interface and disappointing OS upgrade makes it hard to fully recommend.

  • Nokia N8 - A New Approach

    Plus

      Good 12MP camera with attention to details and sharp imaging quality , Good viewing experience with OLED screen

    Minus

      Sluggish and unpolished user interface , Below expected battery mileage , Poor design/placement of often used buttons

    Score Details

    • Design:: 7
    • Features:: 8
    • User-Friendliness:: 6.5
    • Performance:: 6.5
    • Value:: 7

    ConclusionSo what does the Nokia N8 really mean for the Finnish outfit? Is it a re-entry into the ever competitive smartphone market, or a sign that more needs to be done? Clearly, the N8's design is a fresh departure from its earlier N-series device. The inclusion of a unibody design does set off a sleek and streamlined look to it, with a right amount of weight distributed across the metallic body. As much as the aesthetics is pleasing, it lacks a decent amount of practicality. Prying the microSD and SIM card covers and ejecting the said cards can be tedious due to its flushed design with the chassis. In its attempt to keep its borders simple, its volume and camera buttons are flushed too. Thankfully, we were still able to handle the volume buttons and lock slider. It's the camera button, which was flushed to the point that we had to use our nails, and that made it difficult. To keep it simple, the N8 opts for just one button on its frontal display. Unfortunately, the menu button finds itself relegated to an inaccessible lower, left corner. Being the last of the N-series to sport the Symbian operating system (OS), the N8's Symbian^3 interface is familiar, with a tinge of revamp kicked in. This includes a total of three pages to park more widgets onto the home screen. Social networks such as Facebook and Twitter gets tossed in too via Nokia's social network app. Wise as it is to feature social network prominently, its interface leaves little to desire for with its slow and the user interface feels clumsy. This experience is also prominently felt across its various menus, often returning slow loading and transition times between apps. If you can live with that, we do have some good news on the multimedia front. Thanks to its 3.5-inch OLED display, we were greeted with clear and richly colored videos on it. This is duly complemented by its audio playback, which was one of the better ones of the current smartphone lot. To sweeten the deal, you can enhance the viewing experience with the N8's HDMI output to a larger HDTV. High definition videos will find the N8 to be sufficiently roomy with 16GB of internal storage, with an expandable capacity of up to 32GB via its microSD slot. The N8's first foray into the 12-megapixel scene brings more to the table with its 1/1.83-inch imaging sensor size, which is a fair bit larger than its competitors. The results are evident, with a vertical and horizontal reading of 1200LPH on the resolution chart. Colors were also convincingly rich, and we managed to see a high level of details across the test images. In essence, the Nokia N8 has its shares of ups and downs, but in our evaluation, we discovered more of its cons than pros. The final blow came from its battery mileage, clocking in at less than 4 hours 30 minutes with our intensive battery test, or less than a day on normal usage. With the recent introduction of Microsoft's Windows Phone 7, to the stable and mature Apple iOS and Google Android, the Nokia N8 and its Symbian^3 companion is slowly, but surely, finding it hard to keep a foothold in the overcrowded mobile phone segment. Don't get us wrong. The N8 is a step in the right direction, but Nokia has to move faster and have better quality checks in the process. It had the potential to be the phone to get when word first leaked of its existence, but there's much to be desired from a savvy smartphone user's point of view. Priced at S$785 without a contract, who then should consider the N8? To be fair it's a great multimedia device as noted above. In our assessment, until unless Nokia is able to tweak the firmware to wring out better overall performance, the N8 is better suited for users with more simple telephony needs, light apps usage, and want a phone with an excellent camera. If you need a true all-round performer and a snappy smartphone with better usability, there are several other alternatives.

  • Nokia N8 smartphone

    Plus

    • 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon flash
    • HDMI-port and USB On-The-Go
    • Superb luminium design

    Minus

    • Sluggish performance
    • Clunky UI and ultimately poor user experience
    • Comparatively poor Web browsing experience

    ConclusionThe Nokia N8 fails to deliver a satisfying smartphone experience. An excellent camera and great multimedia features aren't enough to excuse the N8's clunky software and frustrating user interface.

  • Nokia N8 review

    Plus

      Great camera; decent battery life; impressive multimedia option

    Minus

      Disappointing Symbian^3 OS update; poor touch screen keyboard; frustrating internet experience; cluttered interface

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    Review: Nokia N8

    The N8 will satisfy the mobile user whose priority is a smartphone that comes with the best camera on offer. The compromise is that you'll be forced to endure a pretty ordinary operating system. So if you don't need to take 12-megapixel images it's hard to justify the $999 handset-only price tag when other devices will deliver a more elegant user experience for less.

    9 år sedan
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    Nokia N8 Symbian smartphone

    Plus

    • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
    • Penta-band 3G with 10.2 Mbps HSDPA and 2 Mbps HSUPA support
    • Sleek anodized aluminum unibody
    • 3.5" 16M-color AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of 640 x 360 pixel resolution
    • 12 megapixel autofocus camera with xenon flash and 720p@25fps video recording
    • Camera features: large 1/1.83” camera sensor, mechanical shutter, ND filter, geo-tagging, face detection
    • Symbian^3 OS
    • 680 MHz ARM 11 CPU and 256 MB RAM
    • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
    • microHDMI port for 720p TV-out functionality
    • GPS receiver with A-GPS support and free lifetime voice-guided navigation
    • Digital compass
    • 16GB on-board storage, expandable through the microSD card slot
    • DivX and XviD video support
    • Built-in accelerometer and proximity sensor
    • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    • Stereo FM Radio with RDS, FM transmitter
    • microUSB port with USB On-the-go support
    • Flash and Java support for the web browser
    • Stereo Bluetooth 3.0
    • Nice audio reproduction quality
    • Smart and voice dialing
    • Scratch resistant Gorilla glass display

    Minus

    • Symbian^3 is still behind Android and iOS usability standards
    • No video light
    • Camera interface is decidedly outdated
    • Relatively limited 3rd party software availability
    • No office document editing (without a paid upgrade)
    • Video player has some issues
    • Battery life is not on par with best in the business
    • Battery is not user-replaceable

    10 år sedan
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    Nokia N800 Internet Tablet Review

    Plus

    • Lightweight sleek design
    • Wi-Fi works great and easy to connect
    • Web cam for Internet calling
    • Touchscreen and stylus input

    Minus

    • No calendar, which could be helpful with contacts
    • No SDHC support
    • Screen washes out in direct sunlight

    13 år sedan
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    10 år sedan