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3 Outstanding Nokia Phones - Nokia 808 Pure View, Nokia E7 and Nokia N8

By Rizwan Ahmad - 28 February 2013 No Comments
3 Outstanding Nokia Phones
For years, Nokia and Symbian together have been the top notch providers of smart phones and regular basic mobile phones. Even today, they are known for their wonderful quality and great specifications, available at exceptionally low price ranges. Read on as we examine the pros and cons of owning a Nokia 808 Pure View, the Nokia E7 and the Nokia N8.

Nokia 808 Pure View
Available with a camera that’ll set the bar higher for future camera smart phones, the Nokia 808 Pure View has a camera that features a 41MP resolution. The Pure View is also known for its wonderful robust designs, the wonderful call quality, basic level performance, and the no added frills approach by the company.
Nokia 808 Pure View
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Symbian is a new entrant into the smart phone niche, and hence, it is forgiven for introducing a sluggish interface that somehow doesn’t do justice to the wonderful camera that the phone has. At around 6 ounces, the phone is bulky and uncomfortably fat, thanks to the optical camera lens. The dual-core processor isn’t fast enough to accommodate the camera. But, for Nokia fans, this is the ultimate Nokia-Symbian pairing we’ve seen in recent times making the Pure View a must buy phone.

Nokia E7
Bringing to you the combined benefits of a smart phone with a touch screen and a soft QWERTY keypad, the Nokia E7 is a wonderful handset with great performance. The design and the interface are pleasing to look at and the smart phone has a good quality Symbian interface attached to it. The battery is robust, like many other Nokia models, giving you a lot of talk time on a full charge.
Nokia E7
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The apps that you can download on the OS include Ovi Maps, music stores, standard Nokia GPS systems and many more. Gaming support is limited, but with the Symbian interface coming up with newer designs, you’re likely to see a better version of the E7 very soon. All in all, the 600 MHz processor and the built in storage of 16 GB make the Nokia E7 a great handset to own.

Nokia N8
The Nokia N8 is an over-priced but basic quality smart phone and is powered by the Symbian OS that still needs a proper smart phone makeover. The phone has an elegant design and the screen is pleasing to look at. The features that the Nokia N8 support include the 3G Wi-Fi connectivity ports, a lot of NFC services, social media plug-ins and much more.
Nokia N8
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The Nokia N8 is however, empowered with a basic 680 MHz processor, a 512 MB RAM service, and a Symbian 3 OS. The 16 GB memory that is stored internally and the 32 GB expandable memory in the form of SD slot, makes the Nokia N8 a powerful multitasking aid. The robust battery adds to the performance levels.

For Nokia aficionados, the Nokia N8 comes as a pricey but satisfactory smart phone they can rely on. Buy it if you like the simple phone concept that Nokia was famous for, otherwise this phone stands out as one to avoid.

Rizwan Ahmad
About the Author:
This article is contributed by Phil Turner and posted by Rizwan Ahmad Author and founder of cyberockk.com, He is a tech blogger from India and he loves to share his thoughts by writing articles on this site to the different topics related to technology world,

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