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  • 04-26-2010, 04:10 AM

    Nokia executives have already been playing and testing around with the delayed Nokia N8.'s Eldar Murtazin does not seem all that impressed with the Nokia N8 device. He says that the new UI feels like the old S60 but a little more polished.

    This is what he had to say:

    “…they’ve made cosmetic improvements, that users should like. And users do not like them. I get a feeling that Nokia is living in some wonderland, where people are buying it’s products in droves. But this is not the case. And as a flagship product, Nokia N8 looks not just bleak, but as something incomprehensible. With the help of advertising, they will get people’s attention, start selling and will sell quite a few of them. Just to scare more people away from Nokia brand. A feeling is that there are some competitor moles working at Nokia, sabotaging the work. Purposefully destroying Nokia brand step by step. I can not find any other explanation for current events…”

    Here are the specs and features that have been confirmed by Eldar:

    * glass covered display, multi-touch support
    * touchscreen feels exactly as the one on Nokia X6, takes some time to get used to text entry
    * 12.1 mpx Carl Zeiss lens with (Xenon?) flash. Picture quality a bit better then on SE Satio, HD video recording at 720p
    * Overall handset is pretty fast, until there’s no content on it. If loaded with apps, pics, video etc; traditional lags reappear
    * HDMI output. However, the port is non-traditional size, could not use the standard cable

    via: Nokia N8 played with, pictured and … trashed » Unwired View

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