The N8 is a great piece of hardware, with very functional, albeit somewhat annoying, software and user interface. If you love Nokia, or love tweaking a device to your exact preferences because you expect to use it as a loyal and useful tool for the next two to three years, then this is the phone for you.
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It must provide powerful messaging capabilities, basic document editing, Web browsing, and multimedia (music and camera, mostly, although video output is welcome for weekends away).
Firstly â€“ what a great camera. 12MP (which means very little, an old Nikon 40D was 6MP and would blow it out the water), but with Carl Zeiss optics (yes, itâ€™s about the glass, stupid!), autofocus and mechanical aperture and Xenon flas
Itâ€™s inconsistent. In some apps you can do pinch/spread with multi-touch, in some apps you can both pinch or use the +/- rocker switch on the side, in some apps you can just use the rocker. Why not pick a standard and stick to it?
Like starting a new message and EVERY TIME having to tap the screen to start up the touch keyboard. What do you think Iâ€™m starting a new message for, Nokia? To gaze adoringly at the blank recipient and message fields?