Excerpt: The Nokia 808 is an absolute suberb device. Nokia Belle FP2 is very fluid and simple to use. It's no iOS or Android, but it gets the job done. The clear black display is awesome in direct sunlight, device feels great in the hand compared to enormous devices now and the hero of this device is the 41MP camera that will not disappoint at all. A true Marvel in mobile photography that you have to use to truly enjoy and appreciate.
Pros: Camera and its features are AWESOME!, Clear Black display great in sunlight, Hardware exceptional, Multi-tasking is terrific, Music player a joy to use, Offline maps, Profiles are very nice, Always on clock is a plus, Battery
Cons: Native browser is horrific, Sometimes phone needs to be rebooted, Email & social media notifications can be cumbersome, Slightly bulky, Noka Bells OS is about obsolete
Excerpt: I bought this smartphone in september of 2012. Im still using because is still better than the majority even having Android. As GSM arena said, Symbian now is really good. Is a pleasure use it, and fast. There are 200k apps in the oficial Store (closed) and more apps adding in the new Store supported by Symbian community. Cam is great, and reliable. I dont want to add anything because everyone knows that this camera still being the best one.
Pros: Best camera ever, Symbian is very fast., Low energy consumption by Symbian, Perfect RAM management, European product, Nokia Maps: Free navigation offline (no need data for see maps or localize you). Work better that Google maps
Cons: Symbian is officially discontinued, and is not open source., Native web browser is underdeveloped and slow., No Telegram or Line software.
Summary: "This is the smartphone I've been dreamin' of... I really love this smartphone. Specially the super fantastic camera. fot tho oldy OS, it's not a problem for me. Cos I still love Symbian so much. well, the dissapoint thing is the screen resolution which is too small for the 4" display. but I love this smartphone anyway!
Summary: I got rid of an LG Nexus 4 which took lousy photos and had poor battery life. I bought a used Nokia 808 and haven't regretted the purchase since it is much better on both accounts. The smaller screen is a bit of an adjustment, but the text is readable. I prefer having this phone as my carry-around phone because it excels at being a phone, has good reception and cal quality.
Pros: Great flash photos and low light photos, Lossless zoom, Creative mode, Fantastic screen visibility outdoors, Great battery life - 1 full day, Excellent speaker quality and recording ability
Cons: Static OS - Symbian Belle, Quirky Web Browser, slow, but it does have Adobe Flash, Bulky
Best cameraphone, best phone, sufficient as a smartphone, not a gameboy
tasior, Phone Arena
15 October 2013
Excerpt: This is not the phone for people, who most of their lives remain in the wifi area. This is not the phone who keep tweeting, texting, and fb chating while meeting someone face to face. This is a phone for people who go see things, who travel, who have tons of real friends, not the ones on facebook. Why? 1. It makes pictures, that when You show them to somebody, You won't have to start with: "Sorry for the quality, I've made them with phone" 2.
Cons: battery - not bad but I've expected more from Nokia
Excerpt: Battery is bad for this phone, Camera is superb but needs OIS, build quality is normal.. Ram is quite good for this telephone.. Video quality is quite good.. Maps are good, you can download most of countries' maps and use it offline..
Summary: I bought the phone for the camera and it truly is awesome. In rare occasions the focus tend to be off, but otherwise the level of detail in the pictures is amazing. I have experienced the 3.5G bug 3 times in last two months. It is not that much of an issue anymore.