Nokia N8: Review and Disassembly

By Peter Chubb - May 3, 2010

Whenever a new gadget is released we know that it will not be long before it gets taken apart for a closer look at what makes it tick. The latest victim is the Nokia N8, which we can now offer a look at a review of its disassembly.

Some of us will not be able to handle seeing the internals of such a nice handset, but it is enlightening at the same time. There are those who will not be happy to see the internals of this handset, as Nokia’s competitors will be able to gain an insight and learn from it.

There have been a number of people complaining about the images that My Nokia Blog posted on the Nokia N8 Disassembly, saying that they should have got permission from the cell phone maker, the website were quick to explain that these images were from the FCC page.

For those of you who do not mind reading a German review of the Nokia N8 then you can do so from this link, just be aware that this has been translated so will often read strangely.

We recently learned that the Nokia N8 will be much cheaper than the iPhone 3GS, which could prompt Apple to reduce the price of the iPhone 4G.

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  • Paul

    A critical note, the original review isn't in German, it is Dutch 😉

  • Bill

    fell pity for you,crapy critic…..open your eyes…..stick fancy apple pussy…….

  • Eric

    Why should apple even bother? Nokia is no threat. the only people buying this are fan-boys and victims to Nokia marketing. The HTC HD2 also blows this out the water in every way that truly counts. Nokia's implementation of Symbian is 3rd rate in comparison to what others are offering. All Nokia wants to do is lock people into the Ovi store with it's ridiculously overpriced software and Movies. That's why They don't offer DivX and Have such an aggravating certificate program.

    But you know what Nokia, It's my money and I say "Hell no!".
    I'm buying a phone Not OVI. The rest of you fools can do what you want.

    Thank Bill for Microsoft!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Never

      wtf … the only people who are buying the iphone are people in north america and some in europe. thats why, even if you think that the "iphone" is a topseller, it has only like, what, some single-digit-percentage of all phones on the market (and it´s os).

      and the htc hd2 , just throw it away, you cant even surf online normaly with that phone, without having connection issues and shut-downs after 2-5 minutes, my friend has one, and i tested it. its bullshit that phone, not even the connection to Outlook works perfectly, so why the hell should i buy a phone by htc?

      its cleary filled up with stuff that only children are interested in (apps, games, ect.) but i need a device that works perfect with the pc, that works perfect with my e-mail-account, and is "not cheap" like those plastic-phones of samsung or htc.

      to hell with itunes, fuck how i hate that software, i just wanted drag-and-drop , but no, iTunes and Samsung´s Sync are the worst i´ve ever seen. open your eyes…

  • prashant singh

    is it available in indian market?