The battery life is really great. The Amoled screen is amazing with the always-on ...
Shingai N, Amazon
21 June 2015
Summary: I was bummed when I bought it for $199 and it dropped to $169 from the same seller within the same week and they wouldn't refund the difference. However, it is a stunningly gorgeous red phone. The camera is outstanding. The battery life is really great.
Remember that Symbian is effectively dead before proceeding to buy this phone
21 June 2015
Summary: Well Symbian Belle may not be the least frustrating experience in the mobile OS world, but it's nowhere near the most, either. Even though Nokia crippled the once robust OS with every update since S60v3 FP2, i will admit that Belle FP2 was a significant improvement over Belle, Belle Refresh and FP1.
The last phone from the Original Nokia was the best....
23 May 2015
Summary: The best of the "old original Nokia" phones. This was a phone that they never wanted to put out. The camera alone is worth the price. I already owned one of these. This phone is strictly for a backup in case something happens to the original. Music sounds good from the speaker.
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...
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.
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.
Excerpt: I had this phone and i used it allot, i loved every single moment of owning this phone (my wife still uses it), the camera is unbelievable! but the Symbian, fewer apps, no support etc. just killed it i guess
Pros: One of the best camera phones out there!, build quality is great
Cons: Symbian, slower than it should be, no support, fewer camera apps
Summary: I LOVE THIS camera...err... phone. This phone is based around the camera. It looks weird with the large camera parts, but it takes great pictures. And it is feature loaded. Bluetooth, check. FM radio, check. FM radio/broadcast, check. GPS, check. Camera, check, and double check.
The Greatest Symbian Phone Ever, a real memorable one.
khalidsaeiid, Phone Arena
12 January 2014
Excerpt: A Very Good Phone & Has Nearly Everything Needed in a Modern Smartphone Except The Battery & a Supported Software. It's Camera Worth It Being Bought Just To Enjoy Using it . Great Map Functionality & GPS
Pros: Best Phone Camera, Strong Build, A Great Touchscreen, Shiny Display, Storage is really big, Maps Are More Than Useful
Cons: Weak Battery, Symbian is Discontinued Soon, No Professional Camera App, Fat Thickness, Singe Core & 512 RAM only
Summary: With the exception of the recently introduced Nokia 1020, this is the best camera phone out there, still edging over recently manufactured such as my Xperia Z1. Glad to say I own this device, which even though its a bit outdated, still does the job.