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Nokia 8800

 

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General
Network:
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
Announced:
2005, 1Q
Status:
Available
Size
Dimensions: 107 x 45 x 15 mm, 67 cc
Weight: 134 g
Display
Type: TFT, 256K colors
Size: 208 x 208 pixels
- Scratch-resistant glass
- Downloadable wallpapers, screensavers
Ringtones
Type: Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3, AAC
Customization: Composer, download , order now
Vibration : Yes
Memory
Phonebook: 1000 entries, Photo call
Call records: 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
Card slot: No
- 64 MB internal memory
Features
OS: -
GPRS: Class 8 (4+1 slots), 32 - 40 kbps
Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS, EMail, Instant Messaging
Clock: Yes
Alarm: Yes
Infrared port: No
Games: Java downloadable, order now
Colors: Silver, Black Edition
Languages:
Camera: SVGA, 800x600 pixels, video (QCIF), put your photo on your mobile
- Bluetooth v1.2
- EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
- HSCSD
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Durable stainless steel covers
- FM radio
- MP3/AAC player
- xHTML browser
- WAP 2.0
- T9
- Built-in handsfree
- Calendar
- Calculator
- Pop-port USB
- Voice dial
Battery
Standard battery, Li-Ion 600 mAh (BL-5X)
Stand-by: Up to 190 h
Talk time: Up to 3 h

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kokod2
#1 kokod2 2011-04-04 15:15
09.10.2005 04:58

Nokia 8800 feels like a very high quality device in hand, and screen is similar to 6230'is improved resolution... I don't think anybody would hate this phone, its just a matter of spending over 700 euros for it or not
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unlocked
#2 unlocked 2011-04-04 15:15
10.02.2006 03:24

is it true the nokia 8800 production has been discontinued? pls reply! thanks
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sam
#3 sam 2011-04-04 15:16
31.03.2006 02:14

Nokia 8800 is available. I've been having the phone since August 2005. Problems are quite serious, but I can live with them, once I couldn't live without the 8800. Among them, the battery consumption is high, and the battery meter, unstable, inaccurate and not proportional. By "high" I mean, I don't talk much, after unplugging the phone after a overnight charge, on the morning of day one, I better be home by night on day two, otherwise I'll run out of battery on the street. Since a I like to discharge batteries before charging, this has been a serious problem for me, even though the phone has 2 batteries, one lasts 30% more then the other (the "2 days" is the best one). Other software problems includes the usual turning off for no reason, abnormal behavior. And I have to say, the 8910i was way much more comfortable to carry around, and to talk on. The 8800 is a fashion statement, an exclusivity, loving it is like loving your drug addicted son, which happens to be a model, you know you should fix him, but there is not much you can do about it.
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Jane
#4 Jane 2011-04-04 15:16
04.04.2006 06:16

This phone is awful. The battery life in rubbish, the camera is from a phone that I would expect to be launched about 2 years ago, it's heavy, way too expensive and just not worth the money the phone companies are paying to bring this into stock. It's not worth £600.00. Could get a cheaper phone with better facilities and better battery life. What a waste. Glad I sent this one back and got the 6230i instead. Don't have to worry about my battery going flat on me unlike this heap of junk
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Tim
#5 Tim 2011-04-04 15:16
02.06.2006 07:57

Phone is Expensive and the battery life is poor. How can a £500 phone have a worse battery life that a say £100 phone. I have had this for 3 weeks now and its kinda growing on me. I keep it in the pouch and even without that the marks aren't that bad unless u constantly staring at the phone up close like a weirdo. ITS A BORING PHONE but that's why i bought it so step off people. Its a good phone, features are a bit poor, but it will last and the style will continue to live.
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tabu
#6 tabu 2011-04-04 15:18
10.06.2006 05:59

I got 8800 on 13-8-2005 after a wait of 3 weeks. It's cute and sleek. You feel the punch when you hold it.

CONS:

1) So far it has hanged for 10 times especially in CAM mode. But automatically re-starts. To avoid, u need to operate it slowly.
2) Don't judge the size of phone by seeing the images on web, the actual size is very small and the key-pad is very tiny.
3) Some times less sound clarity during calls.
4) Small display.
5) No add-on memory.
6) No selectable back light duration.
7) Less battery life.
8 ) Settings are getting RE-SETTED once u switch off, especially in Go-To menu.
9) Even though it is a latest model it cannot read SMS with operator logo.
10) This has no USB and u need to have Blue-tooth on your PC for data transmission.
11) Image quality deteriorates if you edit it in the image editor.
12) When u shut it, it asks for "lock key pad?"!!!!which is funny!!!, (when u shut it u can not use the key-pad.)
13)I could not find how to use voice dialing in this. Can somebody help me in this?
14) Same features are available in Nokia 6230i also, but price is 1/3 only.

PROS

1) Because of the steel body u would love to hold it in your hand.
2) Comes with additional battery and both phone and extra battery can be charged simultaneously through the table top charger.
3) Excellent image quality even in zoom. It eats-up the memory if u store the music in mp3 format. Convert the music in to amr format and store all your favorites. Whatever it is, 8800 is different and it makes u distinct.
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Abdul
#7 Abdul 2011-04-04 15:19
14.07.2006 05:47

I have the 8801 for a week now and so far I like it a lot. The battery life is pretty dame game to me compared to my razor. I am very use to charging my battery once a day when I was still using my razor. The 8801 will last my whole day with average 1.2 hour of talk time in the morning, and another good 1.5 to 2 hours after work. by 12am before I sleep, the battery show half way down. I know the battery is still new and it will wear down eventually but isn't this the same for every other cell phone battery?
Plus when I drive the phone will always connect to my car bluetooth which mean the battery life should used up even more. Honestly, if I barely use this phone during the day I can have this phone without worry about the battery life for 2 full day. but since I talk to my customer a lot then so far I'm pleased.
The phone hasn't go dead yet like what other have said. And yes, my friend has one and he said he does have problem with his phone but he bought it last year I think when the phone first came out. But again, we'll see how long it'll last. My razor last me 1.5 year and others didn't. I guess it's how you protect your phone. I don't put my phone in my pocket so that it won't get any pressure from my pants, wallets, or keys. 800 is still a bit pricy for the phone but this phone's price should be down a bit now so it's actually not that bad now.
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Otto
#8 Otto 2011-04-04 15:19
19.11.2006 12:43

This phone is really rubbish and from a European company who was once great we expect better. Battery life rubbish, functionality- poor, looks - good, ring-tones - well probably the worst I have heard and terrible for a phone that's is supposed to be top of the range. Nokia have had a knack over the past few years of disappointing their loyal customers and it saddens me again to say they have done it again ! Poor technology for such an expensive phone. I have returned mine to the supplier and gone back with a competitors phone. Sorry Nokia a little more thought and a cheaper price tag next time!
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Samuel
#9 Samuel 2011-04-04 15:19
20.01.2007 04:32

Phones looks good, feels nice in your hands. But the buttons are two small, and lacks the quality of its features. I have had many nokia's. This one must be the worst for the price and all the hype it gets. Yes it looks good, but a mobile is used for all its features. The java screen, does not even feel very rich, its like they spent all its time on the looks. I have a D500, and that's much better then this. I would say don't get the phone. Only had it for a day. Going to return it for the D800 instead.
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Brian
#10 Brian 2011-04-04 15:19
05.09.2007 17:38

It is a nice looking phone, all the fashion at the moment but is rubbish for texting!
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Benny
#11 Benny 2011-04-04 15:20
18.04.2008 18:44

You all said it.... nice looking but rubbish :lol:Very truth!!!!
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