Beautiful phone, beautiful photos, but be aware what you are getting into!
S. Wang, Amazon
12 March 2014
Summary: The 808 is a weird device, and it is even weirder in 2014 now that Symbian is no longer officially supported. Some observations: Pros: -It's really wonderfully made! The build quality, heft, and the way it fits into your hands immediately makes you feel like you've got a quality device that will last you years. -The voice and speakerphone quality are excellent and far above what I've heard on any other phone including those from Apple, Motorola, and HTC.
Summary: Do not buy from this vendor. Hassle Free Cell, Amazon nor Nokia will not stand behind this product. Do not purchase from any unauthorized dealer. BEWARE!! I learned my lesson the hard way . . . maybe I will be of some help to future consumers. I lost an inordinate amount of money and time trying to replace/repair this phone.
Summary: Both the phone and the vendor are excellent. It arrived on time and was well packed. The phone has a few quirks, as other people noted in their reviews. But you forget about any issues when you start taking pictures with it. They're amazing for a phone. the flash is also a 'real' flash unit so you get a much greater coverage than you do with a typical phone set-up.
It's a camera with phone as the bells and whistles
7 July 2013
Summary: Used for: mainly photography and filming on the go and as a mp3 player. *The one I received from Amazon is imported from the middle east and comes with US outlet adapter. Pros: 1. superb image quality with it's Carl Zeiss 41mp lens with f2.4 aperture and lossless zoom with pureview turned on. 2. full control with saturation, sharpness, and contrast with both photo and filming mode. Has manual focus. 3. control on and off bright led light when filming. 4.