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Testseek.com have collected 218 expert reviews of the Nokia N8 and the average rating is 75%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Nokia N8.
Award: Most Awarded October 2010
October 2010
 
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The editors liked

  • HD video support
  • Superb 12-megapixel camera
  • Excellent voice quality. Strong battery life. Spectacular 12-megapixel camera.
  • 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&
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  • Greatlooking hardware
  • Redesigned Symbian OS
  • Pentaband 3G
  • Amazing 12 megapixel camera
  • Best camera ever
  • Gorgeous hardware design
  • Good battery life
  • Great data speeds
  • The camera is the best we’ve ever come across on a mobile phone...
  • Exceptional camera
  • Responsive and vibrant touch screen
  • Good batte
  • Unparalleled camera performanceAluminum shell combines beauty and brawnGorilla Glass-protected AMOLED display
  • Great camera
  • Decent battery life
  • Impressive multimedia options
  • Vivid 3.5 inch AMOLED touchscreen
  • 720p video capture with HDMI output
  • 12-megapixel camera is fantastic
  • 16GB internal memory
  • Anodized aluminum body easily makes this one of Nokia's sleekest designs. Ships with multimedia cables. Does a fantastic job at multimedia playback. Video chatready with a frontfacing VGA camera. MiniHDMI port pumps out video and Dolby Digital Plus audio.
  • The Nokia N8 and Symbian 3 offer a better and more enhanced user experience than previous devices. The N8 delivers excellent camera and video quality. The smartphone has solid hardware and offers 3G support for both T-Mobile and AT&T. You get free turn-by
  • Great build quality
  • Awesome 12MP camera
  • Outstanding multimedia performance
  • The camera & video camera is outstanding
  • Better user experience than previous Nokia devices
  • Free Ovi maps turnbyturn navigation
  • Anodised aluminium cover
  • Feels like a compact
  • Large screen
  • HD video

The editors didn't like

  • Software feels dated
  • Keyboard difficult to use
  • User interface is abysmal.
  • 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
  • Poorlydesigned onscreen keyboard
  • Below average web browser
  • Mediocre browser
  • Touchscreen issues
  • UI feels slow at times
  • Weak text input options
  • While no slow coach
  • The processing speed fails to live up to similarly billed handsets Look and Feel...
  • The OS is a solid rebirth of Symbian that's made for touch
  • But there's nothing that pushes it ahead of iOS and Android
  • But there's nothing that pushes it ahead of iOS an
  • Symbian user experience lags competitionStill too many system nags and promptsNo QWERTY keyboard in portrait mode
  • Poor touchscreen keyboard
  • Frustrating Internet experience
  • Cluttered interface
  • $500 price tag
  • No battery access
  • Slow processor lags sometimes
  • Symbian v3 OS can't compete with Android or iOS
  • Poor built-in Web browser
  • No vertical QWERTY keyboard
  • Competitive with the Pros (iPhone
  • Android
  • Windows 7)
  • But clearly won't convert the entrenched. Nonremovable battery = two steps back. Symbian^3 OS's lack of polish puts a hurt on quick navigation. Dual card bay (one for memory
  • One for sim) is a hassle
  • It's expensive. User interface is much improved
  • But still trails the competition in ease of use. The N8 can be sluggish. You only get a QWERTY keyboard in landscape mode
  • And there's no user-replaceable battery
  • Symbian^3 still looks dated
  • Internet browser could be smoother
  • Not too many apps available for the platform
  • Expensive
  • User interface has improved but still fails to sustain the competition
  • Battery isn't replaceable easily
  • QWERTY keyboard ain't available in potrait mode
  • Symbian^3 is lags behind in performance compared to Android or iOS
  • Symbian OS can be difficult to operate
  • Limited ‘Ovi' store

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  Published: 2017-08-17, Author: by , review by: androidauthority.com

  • Abstract:  HMD Global has just unveiled what will be the very first Nokia flagship running Android: the Nokia 8. Historical significance aside, does the Nokia 8 represent the return to form that legions of Nokia fans have been waiting for? Well, it certainly looks a...

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  Published: 2017-02-03, Author: Uzair , review by: wccftech.com

  • Abstract:  The Symbian^3 flagship Nokia N8 has been no stranger to “hands on impressions”. In fact the first exhaustive impressions of a leaked prototype device came as early as April 2010, when Eldar Murtazin ran an article for Mobile Review. From there onwards, we...

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  Published: 2017-02-03, Author: Uzair , review by: wccftech.com

  • Abstract:  There used to be a time when Nokia's name was synonymous for high end quality phones, and the Symbian platform was considered among the most sophisticated mobile phone operating systems in the world. But in 2007, a certain computer manufacturer decided to...

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  Published: 2012-07-13, Author: Christian , review by: examiner.com

  • Abstract:  Nokia N8 is one of the latest and best smartphones from Nokia. It is also possesses more features than many mobile devices available in the market today. With an amazing 12 megapixel camera having a Xenon Hash; a 35 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen disp...

 
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  Published: 2012-04-10, review by: phonearena.com

  • This was it, shutterbugs. Apparently we don't have an ultimate camera phone here, but even if we had one, it wouldn't have been the new HTC One X. The handset did arrive with a very fast ImageSense camera, which made photo-taking very intuitive and fa...

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  Published: 2012-01-03, review by: vrworld.com

  • From our point of view, the Nokia N8 was a failure up until the day that Symbian Anna came out. The OS was buggy, unresponsive, and felt archaic. The phone was characterized by many people that played with it as something that belonged in the late 90's...

 
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  Published: 2011-05-24, review by: brighthub.com

  • The Nokia N8 has been a much anticipated phone for a while now especially since it was announced in April 2010. All the signs and everything about it is great. One big plus about the Nokia N8 is the unmatched hardware capabilities. With the proc...

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  Published: 2011-05-20, review by: phonearena.com

  • Abstract:  The smartphone universe became ripe again for camera comparisons, especially with the introduction of handsets, capable of recording Full HD 1080p video. That is why we took a few of the most popular high-end smartphones that are on the shelves, and st...

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  Published: 2011-02-15, review by: Pocketnow.com

  • It's been a while since I've used a Nokia device. A few years ago I had the Nokia N95 and it was a great device in many ways. Today I have been extremely impressed with the Nokia N8. The camera is great at both still photos and HD video and the softwa...

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  Published: 2011-01-12, review by: insidehw.com

  • Abstract:  A strong marketing campaign can make any product sell well, iPhone being the best example thereof. Once it’s started to lose ground, Nokia has opted for this trick as well - it was very clear already a few months before the presentation of 5800XM, the ...

 
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