Nokia N8
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Estimated Price Rs.5,000
FindYogi Index 0.37 (out of 5)

The product is too costly at current price. There are cheaper product with similar features available.

Key Features

  • Single Sim, Mini-SIM, GSM
  • 12 Megapixels Camera with Flash
  • Symbian OS
  • 3.5 Inch Display,360 x 640 pixels
  • 16 GB Internal Memory
  • 256 MB RAM

Price of Nokia N8 in India

Nokia N8 price in India is Rs.5,000.

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Nokia N8 Specifications

Nokia N8 Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

General
Sim Support Single Sim, Mini-SIM, GSM
Phone Dimensions 113.5 x 59.1 x 12.9 mm
Phone Weight 135 grams
Keypad Touch
SAR Value 1.09 W/kg (head) 0.85 W/kg (body)
Display
Screen Size 3.5 inches (Screen to Body Ratio: 50.35%)
Screen Resolution 360 x 640 Pixels, 210 ppi
Screen Type AMOLED, With 16 M Colors
Touch Type Capacitive With Multitouch
Photo & Video
Camera ✔ 12 Megapixel
Flash ✔ Xenon Flash
Front Camera ✔ 0.3 Megapixel
Camera Features 1/1.83 sensor size, ND filter, geo-tagging, face detection
Video Recording ✔ 480 x 720 Pixels at 25 fps
Technical
Operating System Symbian OS
Processor 680 MHz , Single Core
RAM 256 MB
Battery
Battery 1200 mAh, Li-ion (Non-removable)
Battery Standby Up to 390 hrs (2G) / Up to 400 hrs (3G)
Battery Talk Time Up to 12 hrs (2G) / Up to 5 hrs 50 min (3G)
Connectivity
GPRS
EDGE ✔ Class 33
3G ✔ HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2.0 Mbps
4G
Wi-Fi
WiMax
USB Connectivity ✔ microUSB v2.0 USB On-the-go
GPS ✔ with A-GPS support; Ovi Maps 3.0
Bluetooth ✔ v3.0
Support NFC
Multimedia
E-mail ✔ with Push E-mail
Document Reader
FM Radio
Alert Types Vibration, MP3, WAV
PDF Reader
Memory
Phonebook Memory Practically unlimited contacts
Internal Storage 16 GB
Expandable Memory microSD, upto 32 GB
Other Features
Sensors Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass
Additional Features Anodized aluminum casing,Active noise cancellation with a dedicated mic,Voice command/dial,Predictive text input

Nokia N8 Overview

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The Good

  • Good battery life
  • Clear display
  • Great camera
  • Decent audio output
  • Stylish aluminium casing
  • HDMI-out port

The Bad

  • Poor Social network integration
  • Connections are confusing
  • Average virtual keyboards
  • Unimpressive internet experience

The Bottom Line

The Nokia N8 is a top of the line smartphone from Nokia which has seen a decent popularity amongst users because of its good specifications. But its growing largely insignificant in a market dominated by Samsung and with the rise of the Windows phones in the Lumia series from Nokia itself.

The Nokia N8 is basically about its design and feel of high end features.The underlying software has been improved and Symbian 3 builds on the previous iterations of the OS seen on the likes of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and Nokia X6 , but adds in multiple home screens, widgets and an improved UI.

Design And Build:

Hardware-wise, Nokia has pushed the boat out too with the N8, offering a full metal chassis with anodised scratch-proof paint to give the phone a really high end feel. It really is scratch-proof - rubbing keys on it produced no ill-effects, although the slider switch on the side can get its paint rubbed off over time. Aside from some issues getting off the doors for the SIM and microSDHC card slots, this is nearly a flawlessly made device.

Camera Performance:

The Nokia N8 specifically impresses with its camera. Along with the fact you can create coffee-table books with the 12MP sensor and Carl Zeiss optics (as well as 'proper' Xenon flash) it's in the day to day picture taking that’s really impressive about the Nokia N8. Nokia has included a dedicated camera button on the N8 too, which has a staggered press to allow you to activate autofocus. Hitting this button when not in photography mode will start up the camera, but it does take a while to boot up. The 720p video mode is similarly good, not only does the noise reduction really help with elements like windy scenes, but the HD video is clear and crisp, especially when you output it to a larger TV. However, it doesn’t have the same wow factor as the iPhone 4’s HD recording, despite packing nearly identical specs.

Display Clarity:

The 3.5-inch, 640 x 360 pixel, AMOLED screen is one of the main features of the N8. There is a bit more bezel/space at the top and bottom of the N8 when holding it in the portrait view, but overall, the screen is framed well. The screen is protected by gorilla glass which makes the screen tough, scratch proof and hard.

Processing Speed:

The hardware features an ARM-11 processor running at 680 MHz which makes all interactions are a lot smoother. The home screen transitions takes a bit to get used to. When you swipe,there's a small delay before the screen switches to another panel. There are still a good deal of menus and screens work your way through to get to applications and preferences.

Power On It:

The phone is powered by a 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery that supports up to 12 hours talktime on the 2G network and up to 5.83 hours talktime when used on the 3G network. The phone offers up to 390 hrs standby on 2G and up to 400 hours on 3G.

Overall:

All in all the Nokia N8 is impressive and a good to have but with its ageing Symbian OS might not be that relevant to buy in today’s market.