PRICE THIS PHONE: Nokia N8

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The much-awaited Nokia N8, the first-ever mobile phone to be slapped with Symbian^3 OS, will finally see the light of day, as it is expected to be launched on September 30… in Europe. Guess the Philippines would have to wait a little longer (hopefully before Christmas).

In the meantime, let’s play a bit of an opinion game, shall we? The Nokia N8 is priced at €499 or about P28,400. Not that cheap but certainly not the most expensive handset we’ve seen and not nearly as wallet-burning as this one. How do you think should Nokia Philippines price this phone?

You may want to check out the links below to make things a tad easier for you.

Technical specs

  • Network
    • 2G: Quadband GSM
    • 3G: 3.5G HSDPA
  • Screen
    • Type: capacitive touchscreen
    • Size: 3.5-inch widescreen
    • Resolution: 640 x 360 pixels
  • Memory
    • Internal: 16GB
    • Expansion:microSD up to 32GB
  • Connectivity
    • Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n
    • Bluetooth. ver. 2.1 with A2DP (stereo)
    • Cable: USB 2.0
    • GPS: yes with A-GPS
  • Input: capacitive touchscreen
  • Camera
    • Stills Resolution: 12 megapixels
    • Flash: xenon
    • Autofocus: yes
    • Geo-tagging: yes
    • Video Recording: 1280 x 720p
  • Operating System: Symbian^3
  • Audio Formats Supported: MP3,AAC,eAAC, eAAC+,WMA,AMR-WB, DRM support, DRM: OMA DRM 2.0
  • Video Formats Supported: H.264, MPEG-4, VC-1, H.263, Real Video, 10, ON2 VP6, Flash video
  • Battery Life
    • Talk: up to 12 hours
    • Standby: up to 400 hours
  • Size: 113.5 x 59.12 x 12.9mm
  • Weight: 135g

*via: techie.com.ph

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