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Nokia N8 names ecstasy with style richness

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Nokia N8 Mobile Phone
Unit Price : Rs. 20,759
Our Price : Rs. 18,875

Smartphones are built to reflect styles, and when you have the Nokia to count on, it’s really the brand the you can’t escape. The flagship N series in smartphone family got the N8 as the youngster to watch out for. You have RightShopping.in to make you get that. So to fix that, Nokia's gone back to the drawing board to bring out the Nokia N8, featuring a new OS and a huge amount of high end tech packed under the hood. If you're in the market for a new smartphone, you can check out our quick video guide to what to look out for. Having announced the phone back in April, Nokia has been holding off on release to make sure the user experience is as good as possible. Nokia has fashioned one of the most ruggedly handsome devices of recent memory with the N8. In a sea of identikit touchscreen-dominated phones, the N8 manages to stand out, thanks to its (mostly) aluminum construction, wide palette of color options, and atypical mixture of curvy sides and sternly straight lines at the top and bottom. The biggest distinguishing feature will of course be the protruding camera compartment on the back, which houses the world's largest image sensor yet seen in a smartphone, a Carl Zeiss lens, a Xenon flash, and a loudspeaker. Much has been made of the N8's use of a 680MHz processor in a 1GHz world, but those numbers are predictably beguiling. The N8 has a separate Broadcom GPU alongside its ARM 11 processing core, which takes over when things get graphically intense and delivers performance that rarely left us feeling underpowered. Couple that with Symbian 3 being able to exploit the graphics processor to perform hardware-accelerated OS animations and graphics, and grunt should altogether be quite adequate for the tasks the N8 is intended to perform. 720p movies were certainly no challenge for this phone. A lot more worthy of critique might be the 256MB memory allowance, which halves what other new phones are coming out with, but again, the argument can be made that Symbian^3 is an inherently more efficient platform and the lower number on the spec sheet doesn't seem to have had a correspondingly negative impact on real world use. In our experience, spanning multiple N8 devices, we only saw a "memory full" error message once - while viewing a video file on the phone with the calendar open in the background.

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